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Torker Unistar TX 5 - Foot Giraffe Unicycle

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Torker Unistar TX 5 - Foot Giraffe Unicycle

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Quick Overview

“Someone we all look up to,” the TX uses a 20" wheel and stands approximately 5' tall. The TX features a one to one drive ratio with cotterless crankarms, quick release seatpost clamp, and precision bearings. A great value for a “giraffe type unicycle.”

Minimum Inseam Required - 25.5 inches
Maximum Inseam (w/400 post) - 37.0 inches

Product Description


Saddle: Torker lx Saddle
Seat post: 300mm, 25.4mm black steel with H style 4 bolt mount
Seat post clamp: Quick release, black
Frame: Steel, giraffe style, with a flashy silver and red shimmer paint scheme
Hub/axle: fixed gear bicycle type
Spokes: 14G. Black (182mm in legnth for 3X)
Rim: 20" aluminum single wall
Rim strip: Rubber
Tube size: 20" x 1.95 - 2.125"
Tire: 20" x 1.95"
Crank arms: 127mm black aluminum (right side sprocket)
Transmission: Single speed chain, 1 chain tensioner for drive side
Pedals: Plastic, 9/16 threads
Bearings: N/A
Approx. cycle weight: 13.5 lbs.

Additional Information

Manufacturer Torker
Brand-Unicycle TX
Wheel Size 20 inch
Minimum Inseam Length 25.5" (65cm)
Type - Unicycle Giraffe
Type - Seatpost Clamp United Quick Release
Seatpost - Diameter 25.4mm
Color - Frame Black
Color - Rim Anodized Silver
Type - Crank Cotterless
Crank Length 127mm
Type - Pedal Plastic
Bearing Size 22x41.5x12mm
Cycle Weight 13.5 lbs.

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