How's the air up there? Ride high with the Club 3 wheeler! If your friends don't think your unicycle is cool. They will change their mind when your rocking this one out.
This Club cycle 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
***Note that these sizes are from the crotch to the floor wearing shoes, not pant sizes.***
Saddle: Club saddle (black with a pattern on the saddle top) 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 Click Here for Replacement
Frame: Nimbus II 20" (black) steel with 42mm machined maincap bearing housings
Hub/axle: Unicycle.com 36 hole steel, cotterless with a hardened steel splindle, 100 mm center bearing to center bearing X 3
Spokes: 14G. stainless Chrome (187mm in legnth for 3X) X 3
Rim: Club 20" Black, 36 hole, 37mm wide, singlewall, reinforced eyelets X 3
Rim strip: Rubber X 3
Tube size: 20" x 1.75" X 3
Tire: 20" x 1.75" Innova X 3
Crank arms: 102mm united steel cotterless
Pedals: Plastic DX style, 9/16 threads
Bearings: 17mm x 40mm X 3 sets, with 40-42mm bearing shim
Approx. cycle weight: 24 lbs.
Show stopper!! Well built with good parts, difficult to free mount, but can be done.
Posted by Chris on Apr 27th 2013
I purchased this unicycle last fall and used it for a big elementary school parade...IT WAS A HIT !. I also recently used it for a Mardis Gras gig where it also turned heads. Let's face it, many have seen a unicycle, but one with three wheels, that's not something seen very often.
If you can free mount a giraffe unicycle (5 or 6 foot tall), this is a little different and difficult . It can be done but takes practice, especially with all those wheels in the way and don't step on the wrong one or you will roll. It is also pretty heavy and tires carry alot of friction so pedaling or idling can become tiresome on your legs after a little bit/ but i will take the trade off to turn heads at an event. Other than that, the quality of this unicycle is superb. I was also very happy with how smooth the purchase was and loved the free shipping (THANKS UNICYCLE.COM). I loved it so much I just purchased the nimbus performer. I will review that one as soon as I get it.
Posted by Uni on Jan 5th 2013
I just got this 3 wheeled Giraffe Unicycle is AMAZING! It is So much fun to ride and show off. First time riding it People come yelling across the street and ask for pictures of me riding it and standing by it. Except the price is a bit steep, but other than that is is Amazing!
Made Our Day!
Posted by Breidablik Elementary on Nov 30th 2012
I just had three of my ‘wheelstack riders’ open up the box from Unicycle.com and they helped me put the pedals and seat on. They are so excited, one girl called her dad to come pick her up instead of riding the bus so she can ride it for him. When she wheeled the finished product into the gym during lunch the other BRATS, unicyclists, clapped for it. It is so way cool looking, I like the flames, I like the blue hub caps on bottom, the pedals are cool, the seat is awesome, I like the red unicycle on top, the seat is perfect, are just a few of the comments I heard about it. The colors are great, well done and many thanks to you Josh. It is great. Thanks so so much, you just made a bunch of kids and one teacher’s day. Thanks.
Tire Size Important!!!!!
Posted by Gym Dandies Children's Circus on Apr 9th 2011
When ordering the the three wheel Giraffe be sure to request the 1.85 tire. The 2.1 tire is much too large and very hard to pedal even at reduced tire pressure. A 1.75 trie would be event better but it is not available in the variety of colors. I replaced the 2.1 tires and ordered another 3 wheeler with 1.85 tires. I plan to purchase more of this model.
Same is true with the two wheel Giraffe. Get the 1.85 tires
The 3 wheeler is very attractive, a real audiance pleaser, especially when the child performer is wheel walking and juggling clubs at the same time!
great show cycle, not so great practice cycle
Posted by Austin on Aug 28th 2010
this cycle is a show stopper! i have ridden this in countless shows and not once has the crowd been disappointed! the bad thing about this cycle is that the frame is rather weak and bends under a little stress after the first 20 hops i pulled with this cycle the frame bent in the top section. Another problem with this cycle is the resistance in the pedaling, ITS A WORK OUT EVERY TIME I RIDE! So if your one that wants to impress many, and doesn't mind it's price, this cycle is well worth the time spent to learn it.