Ok, ive broken my makeshift trials unicycle, so i figure its time for the real deal! i know that ive given some advise on some unis that people should buy, but that was from what ive read, now its time that you peeps do the same for me! of the unicycles on unicycle.com in my price range i have the: Torker Unistar DX 20-inch Trials, looks really nice, especially for the price; the: Qu-Ax 20-inch Cross Unicycle (no seat handle), which is cheaper but does not have splined cranks, the no seat handle isnt a big issue, ive got seats to spare; and the: Qu-Ax 20-inch Trials Unicycle which is more expensive than both but it looks really tough and cool…
By the time you have 360 $, A E Bike should have the KH 20 back in stock. It’s like the difference between a K Mart bike and a real bike. All the uni’s you mention are pounds heavier to save almost no cash.
I just got a DX and love the thing. A friend just got the Qu-ax and he likes it too. The difference that I could notice were the qu-ax has longer cranks and its a tad bit lighter. Other then that the tire was the same and both have splined cranks and both have great reputations. I have heard of a few people breaking the frame of the DX. If you realy can’t go for the qu-ax get the dx. every one is right don’t waste your time with a lesser uni just get a good one and you will be happy with it for a long time.
ok, heres the thing, i dont care so much about a one or two pound difference. really, i should be able to compensate for the weight by getting stronger, i mean really it wont matter that much about the weight. it may take longer but ill have to just get stronger and better. you get my point…
Well, the DX is great, as with the Qu-Ax. The Qu-Ax comes with longer cranks, which is better for trials, DX comes with shorter, which is good for street. Both trials and street can be done on both unicycles.
These are also the two cheapest unicycles for what they are.
If you have the money, there is Koxx and KH. Personally, id rather go with a KH above a Koxx, but both are great unis.