I kind of want an inexpensive trials uni, and I was wondering how strong this one would be.
I weigh about 125 lbs, and was wondering how this would be, since it seems to just have a standard hub.
Would that be too weak?
That is a bad uni man, it will break quickly if you ride it hard. Especially when your learning and land hard with bad form. Normally they have the nimbus isis unicycle which is cheaper and way better, like arguably better than a kh good. I would recommend that, but it seems they are off of the site, so either wait or I say the qu-ax if you can afford it.
That is about as much as a nimbus isis with kh cranks, I say get that if you can. It and the nimbus are about the same in quality, the nubbed cranks though. If you can get them removed then those are not a problem.
Get the Nimbus Trials (if possible with the Moments)
You can upgrade it when you want (be prepared to upgrade the cranks pretty soon, cause the cranks are not that strong), the KH frame will also fit the Nimbus hub if you have the money later and want a lighter frame.
The Nimbus is a great unicycle to start with and has lots of upgrade possibilities.
The hub is a KH hub in black and equal strong (i have them both) the rim is one of the strongest out there.
i wanted the other nimbus trials but they were out. I got the street x and have the kh cranks and I enjoy it. That came out $330ish. or it would normally if I didn’t have to overnight parts for it. For straight up trials though the 137s have a bunch more torque than the 125s that I have on mine.
I’d go with the nimbus and put some moments on there but that’s just me and I don’t have any experience with the quax. the nimbus is a solid uni and the price is great. also more upgrade options with the nimbus, and lighter.