Nimbus 29" with custom KH seat

Selling a 29" Nimubus with custom kris holm freeride seat.

Seat has three types of foam. 1" left of original foam from the KH seat and 1" layer of confor foam and and 1/4’ of Mincell foam.

The mincell is to keep from sinking too far into the confor (memory) foam.

The back of the seat is cut back to keep from rubbing on the back of the thighs and the front is flattened slightly.

The tire is a Scwalb Big Apple with close to no wear.

The rim is blue and been trued and tensioned recently

unicycle only has about 50 miles on it in total. No drops, only flat ground riding. Always stored inside (really inside, not garage)

Cranks are stock isis 165 nimbus cranks that came on it when I bought it but I also have other length cranks I can put on it. I also have various pedals I can include.

Selling because I can’t ride anymore (bad knees). I’m keeping my 24" for those few times I want to ride around a bit.

Asking $200 + actual shipping (including any boxes I need etc). Will do my best to ship with minimum cost of materials, if I can find a box, etc.

I’m in 95667 (Sacramento, CA) to estimate shipping. Will ship within 24hrs using method of your choice.

I also have a 20" Nimbus with a Kris Holm rim laced to it if you are interested in a combo deal for both. Highly motivated to sell both so hit me up to discuss both. If you buy both I have a few tools I can include to sweeten the deal a bit, extra cranks, etc.

Contact via PM or

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Sigh. The ones I’d be interested in are always so far away from me.

PM sent.

Frame is chrome for anyone who can’t tell from the photo.

These are the crank lengths I have on hand and one pair comes with the uni for the price I said.

They are all run of the mill Qu-Ax some more beefy then others.

Sale pending


Received today. Excellent condition. Well packed. Thanks.

Wouldn’t you know it’s been raining all day today. It let up for just a few minutes here this evening and I was able to make a few runs down the driveway before it started up again, but it was dark anyway.

I’ve been riding for 30 years now and all I’ve ever been on or even seen in person was the cheap crap 20" on which I learned and my current much nicer 24". Wow, this is a different machine. I could always free mount my 24" just fine, but this 29" is going to take some practice. Once I was on it, it didn’t take me long to recalibrate my leg effort. I’m going to like this. As it happens, I’m going in for surgery in two days and it will be five or six weeks before I can even think about trying to ride again. But when I’m ready ride, this will be here waiting for me.