The ultimate 20” trials unicycle money can buy. Featuring a lightweight 3 piece frame for stiffness. Impact also features 32mm bearings for extra weight savings and stiffness. This unicycle will not fail to impress!
- The 32mm twin bearings can be fitted to any ISIS wheelset.
- The frame is made with 6061 T6 aluminum.
- Saddle: Naomi ultra thin saddle - Black with removable cover - Click Here for Replacement
- Seat post: Impact 'AllinOne' Seatpost 270mm - (27.2mm) - Click Here for Replacement
- Seat post clamp: Impact double bolt, 31.8mm white - Click Here for Replacement
- Frame: Impact 20" Impact Gravity Longneck, 6061 series aluminum with 32mm double bearing housings - Click Here for Replacement
- Hub/axle: Impact ISIS CrMo 36 spoke (small flanges) - Click Here for Replacement
- Spokes: 14G. stainless black (171mm in length for 3X) with brass silver nipples - Click Here for Replacement
- Rim: Impact 47mm wide, double walled, Anodized black - Replacement Not Available
- Rim strip: Impact vinyl, white - Click Here for Replacement
- Tube size: 20" x 1.95" - 2.125" - Click Here for Replacement
- Tire: Maxxis Creepy Crawler, 20" x 2.5" This is a specific tire for this rim. A regular 20" tire cannot fit this rim. - Click Here for Replacement
- Crank arms: Impact Eiffel Tower Cranks - 140mm - Click Here for Replacement
- Pedals: Impact 'All Bran' Pedals - Black
- Bearings: Impact 32mm x 22mm bearing system - Click Here for Replacement
- Approx. cycle weight: 10.14 lbs or 4.6 kg.
Awesome and durible.
Posted by Austin on Jan 12th 2019
Very nice unicycle here. I've been riding this one for almost a year now and has held up strong through all the trials and beatings I put on it. Highly recommend this unicycle.
Good quality, looks sharp.
Posted by Shmolagin on May 22nd 2015
This is a sharp looking unicycle that seems to be really well built. The frame is awesome with the new crown. I'm excited to progress in my skill level with this beautiful machine.
When I got mine the cranks had been overtightened and the wheel would not spin freely. I had to dissasemble the entire unicycle and pull the cranks and bearings. After I spun the bearings by hand some I was able to reassemble it and get the wheel spinning properly. So not really a huge issue as I've assembled and maintained lots of unicycles but for someone who doesn't know much it could have been a problem.