This is our most popular unicycle for beginner to intermediate riders, with good reason. Club unicycles are the ultimate multi-talented ride for freestyle, learning to ride, workout machine, capable commuter for the larger wheels, they do it all well. They're the surest answer to the question, "What kind of unicycle should I get?"
*** Not for jumping or advanced freestyle ***
Saddle: Club saddle (black with a logo on the saddle top) with front lift handle - Click Here for Replacement
Seat post: Club 25.4mm x 300mm steel, welded rectangular mounting bracket, 4 hole - Click Here for Replacement
Seat post clamp: Nimbus (black) quick release, aluminum - Click Here for Replacement
Frame: Nimbus II 26" (red) steel with 40mm stamped maincap bearing housings - Replacement Not Available
Hub/axle: UDC cotterless (black) 36H, hardened spindle, 100mm center bearing to center bearing - Click Here for Replacement
Spokes: 14G. stainless chrome (256mm in length for 3X) with silver nipples - Click Here for Replacement
Rim: Club 26" (black) 36H, 37mm wide, single wall, aluminum - Replacement Not Available
Rim strip: Rubber - Click Here for Replacement
Tube size: 26" x 1.95" - 2.125" - Click Here for Replacement
Tire: Innova 26" x 2.125" - Replacement Not Available
Crank arms: United (black) 150mm, cotterless, steel - Click Here for Replacement
Pedals: United, 9/16" threads, plastic - Click Here for Replacement
Bearings: 17mm x 40mm - Click Here for Replacement
Approx. cycle weight: 13 lbs.
Newbie Loving the Club 26!
Posted by Tyler in Santa Barbara on Dec 14th 2018
I have always wanted to learn to ride. I love riding anything with wheels and keep some weird bikes, but all had 2 or more wheels. Tried learning, apparently the wrong way with the wrong size 10 years ago, but just got this last week and already doing 400'! For anyone that has the itch to try, this is a great step and at a price that feels good for learning. Thank you Josh and this entire website for all the advise and knowledge!
If you're on the fence, do it and with a lil consistency and good habits you'll be riding in a couple of days!
Solid Uni but Screams for Upgrades
Posted by Daniel Marsalone on Oct 26th 2018
I bought this 26 to replace a 24 that I accidental backed over with my car. Rides well and the tire is decent. This uni is very basic and the components leave a lot to be desired. I also purchased the dx alloy pedals and used the alloy 125mm cranks and sweet old school Unicycle.com saddle from my crushed 24 on this new 26 and now it is almost amazing. I am thinking of swapping the tire to a Schwalbe Big Apple if it will fit. With the good cranks, pedals, saddle, and a great tire for the street, this 26 will be amazing. Having said that, the upgrades probably will cost as much as the uni itself. I really think unicycle.com should either spec these better or allow the option to upgrade cranks pedals and saddle at time of purchase with a discount.
The tire is a good general purpose tire for road or trails. The Big Apple tire is an amazing street tire with low rolling resistance and very easy to turn and maneuver on the street where I do 99% of my riding. The tire supplied is a jack of all trades but kind of meh for my style of riding.
The 26 is a much better cruiser than a 24. The major components of this uni are solid and of good quality. One other note is I am 6'-0" and needed the 400mm seat post. I did have to cut an inch or so off of it, the 300 supplied was way too short. The one negative thing about this is quick release seat post clamp. I hate it, can never get it tight enough. Wish it had a clamp with two allen screws.
The supplied saddle, pedals and cranks are weaksauce.
Very nice unicycle at good price.
Posted by Reid Anderson on Mar 22nd 2018
I recently purchased the Club 26” so I can
cycle with my 12 year old who took over my Nimbus 24”. The Club is very solid and the quality is excellent for the price. It seems like a great choice to improve skills on. I will likely move up to a muni with a bigger wheel in the next few years.
I only wish there was a solid color and slightly softer seat option.
Great first road uni at the right price.
Posted by Dwight on Jun 6th 2017
I have only been unicycling for 6 months and this is the first wheel I've had that is fit to ride on the street. I am very pleased with the sturdy feel and the size of the tire is perfect for cruising and maneuvering even pretty tight corners. This is my first Club brand uni and I will probably buy more in the future to keep at my son's house for when I visit.
Fun to ride
Posted by Curtis Reiter on May 9th 2017
I haven't owned a unicycle in 10 years so I decided to buy one with a larger wheel. It was a little challenging at first but I'm doing just fine now. All my friends think I'm crazy for riding a unicycle at age 61 but they are just jealous. Nice scooter...
Posted by Unknown on Apr 27th 2017
I've been learning to ride a unicycle on this for about a week and so far it's held up really well. It seams sturdy and durable.
Posted by unicycle888 on Nov 14th 2012
This is a great unicycle! I just very recently got it and its much different then my old 20" and it handles pretty well rides smooth and it is just overall really good!