thinking of selling DM 28" unicycle

I’m mulling over the possibility of selling my 28" DM unicycle. Instead of
posting it on EBay and watching it go to someone who may not be “ready” for such
a high quality unicycle, I thought I’d mention it here.

Please e-mail with any questions or comments.

Thanks, Dan

DanielW994@aol.com

RE: thinking of selling DM 28" unicycle

> I’m mulling over the possibility of selling my 28" DM unicycle. Instead of
> posting it on EBay and watching it go to someone who may not be “ready” for
> such a high quality unicycle, I thought I’d mention it here.
>
> Please e-mail with any questions or comments.

Is that Dan Whalen? How about name your price, and see if anyone bites? Also it
will help to know where it needs to be shipped from. US or UK?

Stay on top,

John Foss, the Uni-Cyclone http://www.unicycling.com

RE: thinking of selling DM 28" unicycle

I have to agree that 28" is pretty big for an 11 year old. First is the issue of
fit, for which you could exchange seat height & inseam dimensions. But it would
be like learning to ride on a big wheel. A 20" would be much easier, and a 24"
would also be fine.

Lots of cool choices are available at Unicycle Source:
http://www.unicyclesource.com

Stay on top,

John Foss, the Uni-Cyclone http://www.unicycling.com

> -----Original Message----- From: Jeff Sawyer [mailto:jtsawyer@my-dejanews.com]
> Sent: Friday, April 30, 1999 8:51 AM To: unicycling@winternet.com Subject: Re:
> thinking of selling DM 28" unicycle
>
>
> I have an 11-year who would like to learn how to ride. Would this be a good
> starter bike? Other suggestions?
>
> In article <19990415234846.12993.00001063@ng119.aol.com>, danielw994@aol.com
> (DanielW994) wrote:
> > I’m mulling over the possibility of selling my 28" DM
> unicycle. Instead of
> > posting it on EBay and watching it go to someone who may
> not be “ready” for
> > such a high quality unicycle, I thought I’d mention it here.
> >
> > Please e-mail with any questions or comments.
> >
> > Thanks, Dan
> >
> > DanielW994@aol.com
> >
> >
> –
> Jeff S. Austin, TX
> –
> Jeff Sawyer Austin, TX
>
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Re: thinking of selling DM 28" unicycle

I have an 11-year who would like to learn how to ride. Would this be a good
starter bike? Other suggestions?

In article <19990415234846.12993.00001063@ng119.aol.com>, danielw994@aol.com
(DanielW994) wrote:
> I’m mulling over the possibility of selling my 28" DM unicycle. Instead of
> posting it on EBay and watching it go to someone who may not be “ready” for
> such a high quality unicycle, I thought I’d mention it here.
>
> Please e-mail with any questions or comments.
>
> Thanks, Dan
>
> DanielW994@aol.com
>
>

Jeff S. Austin, TX

Jeff Sawyer Austin, TX

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RE: thinking of selling DM 28" unicycle

Our 11 year olds ride 20 inch. They also ride 24 at times. I would say 20 would
be best to start on. Barb

Re: thinking of selling DM 28" unicycle

Jeff Sawyer <jtsawyer@my-dejanews.com> wrote in message
news:7gcjgi$ujp$1@nnrp1.dejanews.com
> I have an 11-year who would like to learn how to ride. Would this be a good
> starter bike? Other suggestions?
>
> > I’m mulling over the possibility of selling my 28" DM unicycle. Instead
of

Only if he’s very tall :wink:

Anyone over about 5’ tall can reach the pedals on a 20" Ringmaster with the seat
in it’s lowest position. The lowest position on a 28" will be higher. Most
people also find it much easier to learn on a 20" - bigger wheels tend to run
away with you in the beginning.


Danny Colyer danny@mos.clara.net