Does it have main cap bearing holders? What does the bearing holder look like? I saw the thing two weeks ago and can’t remember. Are there alot of people who will be needing an extension block like this or is it just for one type of unicycle to accommodate one type of tire?
>Are there alot
>of people who will be needing an extension block like this or is it just
>for one type of unicycle to accommodate one type of tire?
It’s a main cap bearing holder with a lip on the outside. I guess an extension
would need to accomodate the existing lip and create a new one. My sense is
that the market for such a block would include me and someday John Childs–a
small, but zealously sought-after market.
>Maxfield D,i assume you are trail riding on your 29er wheel.can i ask
>what length/type cranks your using?
I’m using 158 cranks–for road riding on steep hilly terrain. Right now I’m
using a road tire 700x47. I’d like to use a 29er–or at least try one. My local
bike shop plans to get me a less aggressive 29er to see if it fits.
A Telford with the Thudbuster and a 29er tire would be so fun on smooth fast single track. Normally the smooth fast swoopy single track is boring on a uni, but on a 29er I think it would actually be fun.