Battling out on the floor or street it takes skill, discipline, and advanced equipment. The Nimbus Equinox is just as refined as the Eclipse with the ability to hold a tire up to 2.5” wide. We promise you versatility with this unicycle and it will be stable no matter the surface.
Frame Length --- Leg Length - This is the above dropdown choice. Please note that this is the size of the frame tube that the seatpost fits into, not the seatpost size. Below is the required leg length to fit each Frame Length.
200mm -- 25" to 29" (64 - 74cm)
300mm -- 29" to 33" (74 - 84cm)
400mm -- 33" to 37" (84 - 94cm)
Please note that the seat tube (frame) can be cut to size, please call if you have any questions.
Saddle: Nimbus Freestyle (black) with front lift handle
Seat post: Nimbus 25.4mm x 200mm (black) aluminum, welded rectangular mounting bracket, 4 hole
Seat post clamp: Nimbus 30.5mm (black) double bolt, aluminum
Frame: Nimbus Equinox 20" (black) 100mm spaced (300mm Longneck) 7000 series aluminum with 42mm machined maincap bearing housings
Hub/axle: Nimbus ISIS 36H, billet hardened 7075 aluminum, 100mm center bearing to center bearing
Spokes: 14G. stainless black (182mm in length for 3X) with brass silver nipples
Rim: Nimbus Dominator2 20" (black) 36H, 32mm wide, doublewall, reinforced eyelets, aluminum
Rim strip: Rubber
Tube size: Nimbus lightweight clear 20" x 1.95 - 2.125"
Tire: 20 x 1.95 Duro X Performer
Crank arms: Nimbus Venture2 102mm (black) ISIS splined, aluminum
Pedals: Nimbus Venture (black) reinforced plastic body, CrMo axle with 9/16 threads
Bearings: 22mm x 42mm x 12mm
Approx. cycle weight: 9.5 lbs.
Better Than Custom Built Unicycles!
Posted by Mark on Apr 6th 2015
My family recently bought four Nimbus Equinox 20" Freestyle Unicycles.
Wow! These are fantastic unicycles, lightweight, beautiful, and easy to ride.
Over the years we've owned a few beginner unis and a few custom built unis. I would rate these Nimbus unicycles even better than our custom built unis.
If you are considering purchasing a unicycle don't short-change yourself by getting a cheap one. Cheap unis are heavy, clunky and not as easy to ride. The difference between our older unis and our new high-end Nimbus's is about the same as between a Chevette and a Corvette.
Save up a few more bucks and get a Nimbus Equinox 20" Freestyle Unicycle you'll be glad you did.
Posted by Anthony Soumiatin on Jun 5th 2013
This is by far the best freestyle unicycle I've ever been on.
Everything is very durable and it's very lightweight making it perfect for jumps and spins. It is an absolute pleasure to ride and perform with!
Posted by New Zealand on Jul 12th 2011
I gave the Equinox a spin last night. Hands down the best freestyle uni
I have ever ridden. Very nice, well done Roger! The 400mm long neck
frame is perfect for me, looks like it was custom built for my leg
length. I guess that means most people will be opting for the 300mm
length. I wonder how hard it would be to cut the 400mm one down nicely,
say if someone wanted a 370mm long neck frame?
I usually ride with 125mm cranks so was not sure how I would find 100mm
and wondered about swapping them out. I'm glad I didn't, 100mm make for
very smooth pedalling and I didn't notice any loss in control or torque.
I did notice it was much easier to zoom around the hall at speed,
zipping in and out of places. The unicycle feels much lighter than my
ancient nimbus II long neck and is very responsive to ride.
I am impressed with the grifter tyre. It has a lovely tread pattern for
gliding and wheel walking, while still having plenty of bounce if you
are wanting to get airborne.
The saddle feels nice and comfy and is easy to get in and out of seat
out skills. The contours on the handle have been changed for the better
since I last got a nimbus gel saddle. The new shape feels much nicer on
I like the frame and it works well for one foot skills.
Overall, a very good uni.