Lightest trials uni....

Anyone know what the lightest production trials unicycle is, i want at least a suzue hub!

Im looking at getting a 20" trials uni but want a realy light one…

My Steve Howard unicycle, set up for Trials, is 10.5 pounds–and that’s with Moab dirt in its treads.

The setup uses one of Steve’s beautiful black aluminum frames, a Thomson seatpost, Kinport adapter, Velo Seat, Suzue hub laced to Arrow rim, with Monty Tire, Dotek 140 cranks and Easton Cully pedals.

It is amazing how this unicycle handles. The weight really does matter.

David Maxfield
Mitchell, SD

If you want splined, the new onzas seem to be the lightest there is. Also, a profile on a united frame with a miyata seat. Don’t get a viscount if you want to keep it light, the viscount seat weighs like twice the miyata. Hey, does anyone know how much a KH wheelset ride will weigh with a Yuni frame?? That would probably be light and cheap.

Re: Lightest trials uni…

the new lightweight onza

REgards
Des
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