Difficult to learn, but very impressive once mastered. You pedal the top wheel that then drives the lower wheel which means you have to pedal backwards to go forwards. This unicycle will challenge your normal unicycling intuition.
This Club unicycle is the perfect fit for any rider looking to spice up a performing act, parade, or event.
Minimum and Maximum Inseam:
Minimum - 27.5 inches
Maximum - 33.0 inches
***Note that these sizes are from the crotch to the floor wearing shoes, not pant sizes.***
Club with front lift handle
- Seat post:
Club 25.4mm x 300mm steel, welded rectangular mounting bracket, 4 hole
- Seat post clamp:
Impact double bolt (white) aluminum
Nimbus II 20" (black) steel with 42mm machined maincap bearing housings
Unicycle.com 36 hole steel, cotterless with a hardened CrMo splindle, 100mm center bearing to center bearing X 2
14G. stainless black (187mm in legnth for 3X) with silver nips x 2
Club 20" Black, 36 hole, 37mm wide, singlewall, reinforced eyelets X 2
- Rim strip:
Rubber X 2
- Tube size:
20" x 1.75 " X 2
Innova 20" x 1.75" x 2
- Crank arms:
102mm united steel cotterless
United Plastic, 9/16 threads
17mm x 40mm X 2 sets, with 40-42mm bearing shims x 2 sets
- Approx. cycle weight:
Posted by Circus girl on Jan 18th 2010
My daughter is 11 years old and in the Circus. She has already mastered the regular unicycle and the tall unicycle. Plus, everyone at the Circus has either one or the other. The thing about the circus is that you want to do something that get you noticed. She is the first one with a two wheel unicycle.
When she got it for Christmas she was so excited but trying to ride it proved to be quite a challenge. When she brought it to circus practice no one else could do it either. She was determined and today when we were out there practicing she finally got it. She was so excited.
This is a great bike. The thing is not to get discouraged. It takes time to learn how to ride the exact opposite of what your used to.