I have a 20" trial something unicycle and would like to be getting a muni with tires that work for both mountain and street riding. I asumed that the unicycle i already have is 24", but when i read “20inches x 1.95inches” I was very suprised.
I thought the 20" was very slow and you couldn’t get lots of speed with it, but now that i know that i already have a 20", i don’t understand that anymore. I can get to pretty fast speeds with that little uni! So I was wondering whether for my “pleasure riding uni (i don’t think i’ll do tricks with that one :-)), It would be nice to have a muni for both dirt and street riding, one that can go with a nice little speed so i can keep the same speed as my bicycling friends or whatever, just faster than on a 20”
Now I know that 24" is not as good as 26", but i would want a wheel thats good for bumps and tree roots, as well as nice smooth road, and faster than 20". what kind of wheel should i get? fat or skinny? (i might even do a little trial riding too, if you know what i mean :-D). Also, is there any muni in particular i should get? what about crank length?
Well now that i have that question asked, i would also like to get a street uni (and what i learned is that thats a trial + freestyle unicycle)
I would like it to be 20", crank size good for tricks, and just a uni i can do tricks with, grind, hop, etc. should i get a fat or skinny tire? does it matter? I might also do trial tricks with this uni too :-). I think i should get the KH20 uni (for 400$ or whatever), but thats a little expensive. is it worth it? or should i get something similar for cheeper? if so, what in particular?
Oh, and one more detail, i would like both to have handles (or something) on the seats, and flat crowns.
Well thanks for the help, unicyclists