This is our most popular unicycle for beginner to intermediate riders, with good reason. Club unicycles are the ultimate multi-talented ride for freestyle, learning to ride, workout machine, capable commuter for the larger wheels, they do it all well. They're the surest answer to the question, "What kind of unicycle should I get?"
Please Note: This cycle is a beginner freestyle cycle with a single walled rim. It is not meant for advanced freestyle tricks.
Saddle: Club saddle (black with a pattern on the saddle top)
Seat post: Club 25.4mm x 300mm steel, welded rectangular mounting bracket, 4 hole
Seat post clamp: Nimbus (black) quick release, aluminum
Frame: Nimbus II 24" (green) steel with 40mm stamped maincap bearing housings
Hub/axle: UDC cotterless (black) 36H, hardened splindle,100 mm center bearing to center bearing
Spokes: 14G. stainless chrome (236mm in length for 3X) with silver nipples
Rim: Club 24" (black) 36H, 37mm wide, singlewall, aluminum
Rim strip: Rubber
Tube size: 24" x 1.95 - 2.125"
Tire: Kenda Kikzumbut (whitewall) 24" x 1.95"
Crank arms: United (chrome) 140mm, cotterless, steel
Pedals: United, 9/16" threads, plastic
Bearings: 17mm x 40mm
Approx. cycle weight: 13 lbs.
Awesome 1st uni
Posted by Cycle Dude on Dec 5th 2013
I bought the 24" Freestyle uni for my son's 11th B-day. When it arrived I swapped the stock Kenda tire for a 24"x2.25" Schwalbe Table Top and upgraded the pedals to a set of Odyssey's. He was up & riding in about a week. The 24" tire rolls over road transitions far better than a 20" and I have real trouble keeping up with him on my 26" wheel. Time for me to buy a 29er.
You really can't go wrong for the price. The Freestyle is a great uni and with only a few small upgrades it'll turn heads. (Even Dad's head in this case.)
Posted by Roweboot on Nov 23rd 2012
I got this a few years back and really rode it rough, through forests after long nights. It rode great and I loved riding it every minuet I had it.