so i was trying to find some way of adapting a touring unicycle too have a normal bike saddle, when i looked at the underside of a bike seat you can see the bracket that fastens to a bikes seatpost could be adjust to fasten onto a horizontal bar instead of vertical, is there anyway you could but a bike seat onto a T7 futher back? or does the seat have to be directly above the seat post?
is their any other way of getting a more natural riding position and using a bike saddle? i’m looking for a way of doing it without having to do any welding, just using stock parts, but all input is welcome…
please post pictures of your road or touring unicycles to give ideas…
this is purely for information purposes i won’t be able to afford a 36er for a longggg time
sort of 100 mile a day rides, minus the saddle soreness…
was thinking a V-frame… i was also wonderring if having the back of the V a supension piece (like loppybopster’s muni) - but i also thought having suspension like this would make long distances a bit more tiring… ?
to put it simply, yes. i do want a V-frame, but before i go spending a silly amount of money i want to know other peoples experiences and if there is a better way of getting a similar riding position…
you mentioned that you do have a V-frame, could you post a picture?
and yes, i do know people that would build it if i gave them accurate plans
It was made when i worked at a company as a part of my education.
I there had the abbilities to work with a 3d computer program and a cnc milling machine.
I dont have the 3d files anymore wish i still had them.
The frame took over 12 hourse to machine so dont expect it to be cheap.
As discribed in the other topic a v-frame could be made much cheaper using tubing.
to only problem you then have is how to machine the bearing holders.
i don’t personnally have access to a workshop, but i will ask these guys… http://www.johnwhitemanengineering.co.uk
or i may go to a friends friend, it will be made of tubing, thanks
any measurements or a roughly drawn sketch woulod help ALOT, thanks