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” Duro Wildlife Leopard tire absorbs shock and rolls smoothly over bumps. An abundant use of quality components ensures high strength and durability. Recommended for all-around muni riders wanting a unicycle that excels for both climbing and the descent.
Kris does recommend using the Kris Holm T-bar Touring/Muni Handle System for more comfort and control with the flatter style saddle that comes with the Kris Holm Unicycles.
Saddle: KH Fusion One (blue) with front lift handle and brake mount
Seat post: KH 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 with welded IS mount. Seat tube length is 125mm, horizontal crown width of 100mm.
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, 47mm wide, reinforced eyelets, offset spokes, ovalised holes, aluminum, ERD 541mm (686g rim only)
Rim strip: Blue vinyl
Tube size: 26" x 3"
Tire: Duro Wildlife Leopard 26" x 3” (not as pictured)
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: Shimano Deore-level Hydraulic Disc Brake, 180mm rotor, mineral oil
Approx. cycle weight: 5.8 kg,12.78 lbs.
Posted by bill on Oct 8th 2012
Another quality KH product, light and well made. the 26" is a good general purpose size for varied terrain. I like the kh29 better overall because of it's speed and smooth rolling quality. My problem with this uni is the Spirit crank with disk brake. it seemed like a great idea to have it on the outside of the frame, but it is way to susceptible to damage. On my second ride with the disk it hit a rock and bent. it's very hard to straighten out a bent disk on the trail. This has never happened on my Nimbus Oregon with disk brake. I may switch back to rim brakes.
Posted by DhEXED on Jan 14th 2012
I'm like most people that think it's a little on the expensive side but I love it! I'm not a terribly advance rider but from what I can tell it is just plain solid.I am now a proud owner or a KH 26er. I think as I get better I'm going to love it more. If ya got it then get it.
Posted by Casey Pappalardo on Dec 10th 2011
Ok first things first if your gonna buy this uni theres a few things your gonna need. first is a Maxxis Hookworm tire second is a Duro Wildlife Lepard trire, all of which are avalible on this website. All and all this is a great uni its durible its fast and even faster with 137 mm cranks. I use it for street and off road riding and it never disapoints. This uni is worth every penny!!!
Posted by Andrew on Oct 24th 2011
I love this unicycle. It might be the best piece of non-electric machinery I own. The ride is smooth and powerful. Great for street riding in the hills of Oakland and for trail riding on the dirt roads of the local parks.