Whether you need a unicycle to ride fast on and keep up with bikes, or you just want something comfortable to get around town on. The Titan 36" has a CrMo spindled hub to hold up to most riding forces you would find from the streets to lite trails. All that we care about is that you're having the time of your life on your unicycle.
- This frame is not compatible with disc brakes applications.
Note: The Club saddle does not work with the KH Touring bar. You must upgrade the saddle to the Nimbus or Kris Holm saddle to add a Handle
Here are some measurement's for the possible handle options:
Inseam Length Required For:
- 4 inch post & 152mm cranks - 31.5 (w/ Shadow Handle) - 30.5 (w/o Shadow Handle)
- 4 inch post & 127mm cranks - 30.5 (w/Shadow Handle) - 29.0 (w/o Shadow Handle)
- 200 post & 152mm cranks - 34.5 (w/ Shadow Handle) - 33.5 (w/o Shadow Handle)
- 200 post & 127mm cranks - 33.5 (w/ Shadow Handle) - 32.5 (w/o Shadow Handle)
- 300 post & 152mm cranks - 38.5 (w/Shadow Handle) - 37.5 (w/o Shadow Handle)
- 300 post & 127mm cranks - 37.5 (w/Shadow Handle) - 36.0 (w/o Shadow Handle)
***Note that these sizes are from the crotch to the floor wearing shoes, not pant sizes.***
Saddle: Nimbus (black) with front lift handle
Seat post: 25.4mm x 200mm steel or aluminum with a welded rectangular mounting bracket, 4 hole
Seat post clamp: Nimbus (black) double bolt, aluminum
Frame: UDC round crown 36" (chrome) steel with 40mm stamped maincap bearing housings
Hub/axle: Nimbus cotterless (black) 36H, hardened CrMo splindle,127mm center bearing to center bearing
Spokes: 14G. stainless chrome (371mm in length for 3X) with brass silver nipples
Rim: Nimbus Stealth2, 36" (black) 36H, 42mm wide, aluminum doublewall, ERD - 767mm
Rim strip: Rubber
Tube size: 36" x 2.25"
Tire: Nimbus Nightrider 36" x 2.25" multi surface
Crank arms: United (chrome) 150mm, cotterless, steel
Pedals: United black, plastic body with steel axle with 9/16 threads
Bearings: 17mm x 40mm
Approx. cycle weight: 16 1/2 lbs.
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Great Entry 36er!
Posted by Todd Mason on Jul 20th 2017
I'm 51 and relatively new at unicycling. I've spent the last month learning and practicing on the local rails to trails paved pathway on my Nimbus 29. Looking for a 36er and based on the reviews, I ordered the Titan. An hour after it showing up, I was out on the pathway. At first it was very intimidating. Throwing caution to the wind and just going for it, I quickly found it as easy if not easier to freemount than the 29 because everything happens slower. As far as riding, it is a pathway machine! A comfortable cadence results in a comfortable pace on the 36er. Fast delivery from unicycle.com and good quality for the price. Great purchase and highly recommend.
Posted by David on Sep 4th 2013
What a thrill.
This unicycle flies. A great commuter. Good quality, and fast delivery from unicycle.com
Now out for more adrenaline rush...
Posted by Sam on Aug 9th 2013
Every unicycle has its upsides and downsides. Luckily for us, Nimbus does this cool thing where their unicycles have virtually none of the latter. They decided, "Hey, 29 inches of wheel isn't big or fast enough, we need to have something even more ridiculous that strangely still works" and the Titan was the product of this thought.
At a whopping 36 inches, this thing can get some serious speed going. Due to the size, it also takes bumps like a champ, which has been handy on the college campus I live on. Getting from point A to point B is a breeze, which suits it well, because you'll have the speed to whip up a light wind.
Of course, there are the aforementioned downsides. While this is a quality unicycle and no less, it is a steep price hike from a 29 inch wheel. And even with that, 450 is the sort of price you pay that would be considered "enough to make it happen." Some of the parts aren't stellar, but since we're dealing with Nimbus here, even the lower end products are still incredible. The pedals are a bit small, the frame very basic, and the seat handles somewhat flimsy, but overall, these are trivial compared to the sheer amusement of watching heads turn.
A+ unicycle. If you want speed, the Titan is your friend.
Good Basic Ride
Posted by MTUni on Mar 30th 2013
I've put around 100 miles on my new Titan in the first month. Rides very smooth. I got just the basic setup with no brake or touring handle. This is a basic ride, but very solid. I like the fact that UDC tries hard to make parts interchangeable. I see some upgrades in my future. If I have one complaint, it is that the pedals feel small under my size 13 feet. Just ordered an upgrade for that. The padding on the seat is firm, but so far seems comfortable enough. The Titan is a great way to get started on a 36.
great for long distance rides
Posted by Andrew on Jul 6th 2012
This is a great unicycle and a head turner. It takes some getting used to, because the big wheel makes it difficult to start and stop. I still haven't figured out how to idle effectively. I just did a 7 mile ride with my wife. Now she can enjoy a casual ride on her bicycle, while I get a serious core workout! Great fun!
At long last!
Posted by bkarasek on Dec 30th 2011
I received a Nimbus Titan for Christmas this year, after many years of wanting a commuter. It's exactly what I had hoped for. Just got back from a two mile ride to break it in, and I want to go right back out. The balance is impeccable, the speed makes for a true commuter ride. It's like flying. I love my Nimbus!
Posted by Uniblader on Nov 24th 2011
I love this unicycle. I primarily bought it because I wanted a unicycle that stands out over normal size unicycles. I love the old penny farthings and this unicycle reminds me of them. I put 125mm cranks on and this thing will fly. I recommend the 125mm cranks if you are using this for commuting or just cruising around. You still have some control, but if you need to get somewhere quick the 125mm cranks will work great. I get so many people looking at me when I ride this unicycle. I must admit that was what I was looking for in this unicycle. I also put on the Nimbus Shadow Handle Set and it helps keep the unicycle steady when I'm on long stretches and going fast. I really love this unicycle and you will too. If you want to see a true pro that makes riding a 36er look easy check out www.unigeezer.com
I have some newbie footage on my site. www.uniblader.com
Posted by Jeffery on Jul 14th 2011
This is my first 36 in and i really like it. i got the 100 cranks and they make it fly. it goes really fast but i did not get a brake. i didnt think it would be necisarry but i was rong! it takes forever to get it slowed down but thats my fault. Great unucycle!
Love this Unicycle
Posted by bluesman on Jan 10th 2011
This is my first 36er and I have to say I am impressed. The club seat is firm but comfortable, and the build quality overall is great. The 150 length cranks seem like a good length to learn on. Really quick shipping. A great value in large 36" unicycles.
Posted by casey pappalardo on Oct 4th 2010
althought the titan dont look like much it sure surprized me with very little money I couldnt afford anything fancy so i bought the nimbus titan and i have to say it is one of the best 36ers ever i highly recomend it to anyone.
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