I learned to ride a unicycle when I was 10 years old. Now I am 60 and I though I would celebrate my 50 year old bone spur. I got it from whacking my ankle bone against the square steel crank arm. It does not cause me any distress and is only about the size of a pea. By the way since the last time I posted on this group I have cycled over 100000 miles over most of the United States on a regular bicycle. You young whippersnappers don’t realize the problems we had to put up with in the old days. Buy aluminum crank arms if you can afford them.
As if aluminum feels any less rigid when whacking your ankle against it
But interesting to hear that you need your additional training wheel to ride the 100000 miles
Its still worth buying them if you can afford them. The lighter weight is nice. I can’t bring myself to pay the big bucks for stamp11’s, but a marginally higher price for a lighter product is something I’ll pay.