These machines are incredibly tough and built to conquer rugged heights, whether it’s your local trail or cross-country adventures. They’ll take you there and back with a big smile on your face.
Saddle: Nimbus (red) with front lift handle
Seat post: Nimbus 25.4mm x 300mm aluminum, welded rectangular mounting bracket, 4 hole
Seat post clamp: Nimbus (black) DoubleQuick, aluminum 28.6mm Click to find: Nimbus DoubleQuick 25.4 mm Seatpost Clamp - Black
Frame: Nimbus II MUni 26" (red) steel with 42mm machined maincap bearing housings, with magura brake mounts
Hub/axle: Nimbus Disc ISIS all steel (black) 36H, hardened CrMo splindle,100 mm center bearing to center bearing
Spokes: 14G. stainless Chrome (255mm in length for 3X) with silver nipples
Rim: Nimbus Dominator 2, 26" (black) 36H, 42mm wide, aluminum doublewall, reinforced eyelets, ERD 544
Rim strip: Rubber
Tube size: 26" x 2.7"- 3.0"
Tire: Duro wildlife leopard 26" x 3.0"
Crank arms: Nimbus Venture2 (black) 150mm, ISIS splined, aluminum
Pedals: Nimbus Venture, reinforced plastic body with steel removable pins, backing plate for added durability and CrMo axle with 9/16 threads
Bearings: 22mm x 42mm
Approx. cycle weight: 17 lbs.
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Posted by Tasha on Jan 13th 2012
This is the first uni I've owned rather than borrowing from a club, and it's really amazing. At first, I was floored by the size of the tire it comes with, which I named the 'monster tire.' I'm sure it's great for mud, but for my combination of roads and limestone trails, I decided to replace the tire with a 26"x2" mountain bike tire. Thankfully, the frame can seat a wide range of tires, so I can change the tire for different purposes. It looks a lot more reasonable now, and is better for my purposes. The frame, seat, and the wheel itself are fantastic. Certainly a keeper.
Excellent Muni for the money.
Posted by Wendell on Nov 21st 2011
This is my first Muni. I have been studying for 8 months whether to go with the nimbleness of a 24" or the speed of a 29". This 26" is the best of both worlds. And the components rival that of a KH machine at half the overall price.
Posted by tstessney on Feb 23rd 2011
I've had the muni for several months now and am quite satisfied. I am 5' 11" tall and I think the 26" is perfect for moderate offroading and cruising around town. It's my "all around" unicycle. Quality is very good and I lucked out and bought it on sale. The 150 cranks are just right for my location (Central Pa) as we have quite a few hills. I bought a lighter offroad tire and regular inner tube and saved alot of weight. I also have a Hookworm for the street and like it, although it must be pumped up to 60psi or it gets squirrely due to the crown on the road.
I would recommend it to anyone who is considering a uni to be used on and off road as the 26" performs well on both. If you plan on all dirt...get the 24". If you plan on all road...get the 29" or a 36".
Posted by Mini Muni Master on Feb 16th 2011
I just bought this Muni about a month ago and It is just simply awesome. It seems really strong and I have ridden it through snow, mud, water and on the street. The last unicycle I had broke when i jumped off my Dads trailer which is about 4 feet tall. I hope that this one can take the jump since its built for handling mountains. But I don't want to test that until I ride it in the rocky mountains this summer. And all you people complaining about the weight. You Should Stop. Its not that heavy Its kind of light. But then again I'm not used to such good quality bikes. And for all i know the expensive ones for over $1000 might not weigh anything compared to this one. All i know is that I can't afford those so I will just be happy with this one.
Great ride - versatile and very stable
Posted by NotSoYoungOne on Feb 2nd 2011
I bought this two months after learning to ride and it didn't take long to get the feel for it. I payed full price but it looks like it goes on sale a couple times a year. At the sale price I would give both the price and the value 5 stars. I upgraded the cranks at purchase time to the KH 137/165 dual hole and this has turned out to be a great decision. I also upgraded the saddle to the KH Freeride which was also a great decision. So both of these options being available saved money and increased the value and long-term quality and enjoyment. I also purchased the Maxxis Hookworm slick tire and rode with it for the first several rides on the road and really liked the stability and smoothness. Then I put the huge 3" nobby on and tryed my luck on a dirt road then out in the snow and ice where it performed wonderfully. With the slick tire and with the pedals in the 137 holes this is a lot of fun on medium long ride on smoother surfaces.
I highly recommend this as both a MUni and an all around fun machine. Some have complained that it is heavy but I really have not felt that way. I am not trying to do serious trials or jumping. I have done some hopping and the big nobby is kinda heavy, but it is really stable and super tough. You can easily put a smaller MTB tire & tube on and I think it would be great for hopping and simple trials. if you are seriously concerned about weight then spend twice as much on the KH uni, otherwise this is a really fun ride. And the bright red color is awesome! Definitely a keeper :)
Posted by Larry on Dec 28th 2010
Larry has already had a few "Unplanned dismounts" so he's looking forward to the shirt. :) We may be coming to you for full body armor protection. Personally, I'm happy with my Wii Fit.
Yeah, just wait till you give your boxing partner a head butt against our 46 inch TV and step on the dog...uni's are far safer than a Wii...
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