Hello I am short on cash at the moment and I would really like a nice trials unicycle. I was wondering if this would be a nice choice for a fairly cheap nice unicycle. So if any one has any experience with this uni please any information is helpful. Basically I would just like to know how high you could jump off of this thing.
Not very precise, QU-AX has more than 1 model.
I ride the 20 inch 2005 Trials Edition, and I dropped of 9 palettes yesterday, not a problem.
I consider it as unbreakable as a Kris Holm.
9 Pallets Ha…I don’t believe you!!!
I would beleive him… the Qu-ax does look pretty strong. But I have never even seen anyone ride one, let alone do anything serious. I’d say go for it… for only $300 at UDC.
Hahaahahahhahahaha. Unfortunately you didn’t take a picture nor a movie of it…
Dude, shipping would cost quite a bit more from europe.
BUY IT HERE from UDC and save yourself some bucks.
Ohm… I wouldn’t get this one. This is definitely not a Trials Unicycle IMHO. Look in the other thread about heavy weight and stable unicycles, the link for the one I mean is in there.
Maybe the unicycle could take it , but…
Better, but it will brake - sooner or later, and it’s no dedicated Trials uni. Pay 250 Euros for it, and you will be happy for a long, long, time!
Buying a cheap uni and breaking it in a few months is senseless in my eyes…
Ok screw Qu ax is there any nice trials uni i can get for about $220? in the US
Ok screw Qu ax is there any nice trials uni i can get for about $220?
the Qu-ax looks like your best/only deal for a cheaper Splined set-up…
But if you wanted to go un-splined, untill you can save up money, I’d reccomend the Bedofrd light duty trails. Its cheap and will hold you off utill you can save up for a new wheel.
They took the picture!
OK OK He (Wogri) can 1 foot wheel walk and glide too.
I like worgi’s 24" qu-ax, but the frame is to wide (rubs my legs). I might get it anyway.