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Kris Holm 26" Mountain Unicycle 2015

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Quick Overview

The KH26 is a top quality unicycle designed for both cross-country and downhill muni. Combined with a stable 47 mm wide KH rim, the 26x3” Surly Knard tire (875g) absorbs shock and rolls smoothly over bumps. An abundant use of one-piece forged components ensures high strength and durability. Recommended for all-around muni riders wanting a unicycle that excels for both climbing and the descent.

First Day on the 2015 KH26 from Maxtron on Vimeo.

Product Description

Highlights include:
  • One piece forged, 7005 alloy frame crown and neck for high strength without bulk
  • Rounded fork blades and with 100mm crown for true 3” tire clearance without excessive frame width
  • One piece forged CrMo Spirit hub for strength and reliability
  • External Disc Brake for high wheel strength and ease of maintenance and 180 mm rotor are now included standard
  • Fusion Zero saddle for bike like saddle performance with a one piece forged Pivotal seatpost for high strength and easy adjustability
  • 47.2 mm wide rim for high tire stability featuring a Surly Knard 26x3” 120 tpi tire for shock absorbency, low weight (875g) and smooth cornering
  • Compatible with KH/Schlumpf geared hub (not included)
  • This unicycle features a Fusion Zero saddle, a fundamentally new approach to unicycle saddle design. Correct setup is important! We recommend adding a T-bar handle for most riders (not included).


    Saddle: KH Fusion Zero (blue) with front lift handle and brake mount
    Seat post: KH Forged Pivotal 27.2 x 320mm, sand blast black
    Seat post clamp: KH (black) Double Bolt, aluminum
    Frame: KH 26" (Signature Blue) 7005 Forged aluminum with machined bearing caps, disk brake and magura brake mounts, Seat tube length is 125mm
    Hub/axle: KH Spirit ISIS (silver) 36H, Forged CrMo one piece, 100 mm center bearing to center bearing
    Spokes: 14G stainless black (260mm in length for 3X) with silver nipples (251mm using KH-Schlumpf hub)
    Rim: KH 26" Freeride (black) 36H, 47.2mm wide, reinforced eyelets, offset spokes, ovalised holes, machined sidewall, aluminum, ERD 541mm (686g rim only)
    Rim strip: Blue vinyl
    Tube size: 26" x 3"
    Tire: Surly Knard 26" x 3” 120tpi (875g)
    Crank arms: KH Spirit (polished) 127/150mm, ISIS splined, aluminum
    Pedals: Wellgo (clear) plastic platform with blue Cr-Mo axial and pins, 9/16 threads
    Bearings: 22mm x 42mm
    Brake: Tektro Auriga SUB Disc, 180mm rotor, mineral oil, white
    Approx. cycle weight: 5.8 kg,12.78 lbs.

  • Additional Information

    Manufacturer Kris Holm
    Brand-Unicycle Muni Series
    Wheel Size 26 inch
    Minimum Inseam Length 30" (76cm)
    Type - Unicycle Mountain
    Type - Seatpost Clamp Double Bolt - 27.2mm
    Seatpost - Diameter 27.2mm
    Color - Frame Blue
    Color - Rim Anodized Black
    Type - Crank ISIS
    Crank Length 127/150mm
    Type - Pedal Plastic
    Bearing Size 22x42x12mm
    Cycle Weight 12 lbs.

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