I know there is probly already a thread like this but im starting a new one so post pics of ur uni, muni or whatever one wheel bike that u most favor
20" summit trials unicycle
FRAME/FORK: 4130 chromoly steel tubing with main-cap bearing housings and flat crown for one-foot skills
HUB: 6061 aluminum alloy, 36-hole, anodized black with chromoly steel 8-spline heat-treated axle
BEARINGS: 20- x 41-mm Sealed bearings
CRANKS: 140-mm hollow tubular chromoly steel with 9/16-inch pedal threads, black
PEDALS: Wellgo pin-style platform pedals with 9/16-inch threads
RIM: Alex DX-32 19-inch black with double-walled rim
SADDLE: Kris Holm
SEATPOST: Chromoly steel black, 27.2-mm x 250-mm (10 inches)
TIRE: 20 x 2.50 trials tire black with schraeder valve
SPOKES: Stainless steel silver-finish 14G with brass nipples
SEAT POST CLAMP: Black alloy BMX style clamp with 2 allen key bolts
WEIGHT: 14 lbs, 14.8 oz.
I have a picture on my computer, but it’s temporarily destroyed. Don’t ask.
Just picture the crappiest unicycle in the world. Well, maybe a little better than Jagur’s up there. But not by much. Yesterday, the crank fell off. It just, fell. And so now I’ve ordered a new Onza trials uni, and then Unicycle.com e-mailed me saying that they just ran out of Onza’s.
you guys,stop making fun of my new 29er.your lucky i even posted a picture of it.i was going to wait till it was finished but i figuered “what the heck” i’ll give’em a sneak peek…im going to drill 4 finger holes in the front of the seat so i can hold on while doing big drops.first i have to get some shoes to match those weird style clipless pedals.
It cost about $600 USD, but half of that is the profile hub/crankset. Everything you see (except the car) was purchased from unicycle.com. I thought I’d save a little money by buying all the parts of the wheel seperately and building it myself. I was able to assemble all the spokes, but I ended up having a bike shop true it for $25, still cheaper (though maybe not better quality) than buying the profile/alex wheelset from uni.com as built by Kovachi.
The frame is just painted with Rustoleum, which doesn’t stick to chrome very well at all. I think I’m gonna try to sandblast the chrome off, or at least rough it up so the paint sticks. You can’t tell from the picture but in black metallic it says “Hell on Wheel” on both forks. When I re-paint it, it’ll fade from yellow to orange to red, complimenting the seat and pedals.
I am extremely happy with it. Unlike other large purchases I’ve made in the past, I have yet to feel an inch of guilt about this one. It’s everything it needs to be and (knock on wood) should last a very long time.
Hey Jagur. Your not alone here…Here’s mine but it’s a Planter Stand. I decide to put a Clown on top for decorative my Lounge Room so I can hide that Gas Connector. I got an Air Conditioner in the Lounge Room.