The KH20 is a top quality unicycle designed for trials, street, and flatland riding. It is also a durable mountain unicycle for kids. The KH20 has been the preferred unicycle for all but one World Unicycle Trials Champion in history, as well as by multiple top 5 finishers in World flatland and street riding events. An abundant use of one-piece forged components ensures high strength and durability.
Saddle: KH Street (black), Second generation KH design base with front lift handle
Seat post: KH Forged 27.2 x 350mm bolt on style, sand blast black, fixed rectangular mounting bracket, 4 hole - Click Here for Replacement
Seat post clamp: KH (black) Double Bolt - Click Here for Replacement
Frame: KH 20" (Signature Blue) 7005 forged aluminum with machined bearing caps, 150mm seat tube length, horizontal crown width of 93mm - Click Here for Replacement
Hub/axle: KH Spirit ISIS (silver) 36H, Forged CrMo one piece, 100 mm center bearing to center bearing - Click Here for Replacement
Spokes: 14G stainless black (171mm in length for 3X) with silver nipples - Click Here for Replacement
Rim: KH 19" (black) 36H, 47.2mm wide, reinforced eyelets, offset spokes, ovalised holes, machined sidewall, aluminum, ERD 370mm (505g) - Click Here for Replacement
Rim strip: Blue vinyl - Click Here for Replacement
Tube size: 20" x 2.1" - Click Here for Replacement
Tire: Cyko Lite 19 x 2.5. This is a specific tire for this rim. A regular 20" tire cannot fit this rim.
Crank arms: KH Spirit (polished) 117mm/137mm, ISIS splined - Click Here for Replacement
Pedals: Wellgo (clear) plastic platform with blue Cr-Mo axial and pins, 9/16 threads - Click Here for Replacement
Bearings: 22mm x 42mm - Click Here for Replacement
Approx. cycle weight: 11.5 lbs.
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Best Unicycle to Learn on.
Posted by Julian Corona on Sep 8th 2018
Before I got this one, I order the cheap beginning unicycles at my local bike shop. my first one was a 20" and for some reason I had a hard to balancing and getting moving. I later learn that the cranks were too short and decided to get and try a 24" unicycle. I was making progress until I had a bad fall. I scrapped my right calf and just donated it back to the bike store. The seat on the 20" would not stay and I felt that the tire was not stable because it was thin. I bought this Kris Holm and I have been making a lot of progress with it. Not only is it easier to balance and learn on but it's well contructed. Once I learn how to ride forward then I slowly starting to turn to the left and then right. The right turns for me took me awhile to learn since my body was adjusting to the turns. I had this for 4 months since I purchased it. I'm very happy with it and today I just order the Kris holm T bar set so I can take it out to my local park or trails. there are two things I need to mention.
1. This is not a fast muni because of the wheel size but if you want a good stable unicycle to learn on this is well worth the money.
2. I'm not a trials person but this Muni can be ok for small commutes. I take a bus and then ride my portable bike to work. Currently I'm learning how to go up hills and down hills with this unicycle. Why I would take this you ask because it's great exercise and helps my back since I have to keep straight posture while riding. Another good reason is that this can fit in back of the seat of my bus but I had to change the stock pedals with fold-able ones so it can fit.
I'm no expert but I can recommend this unicycle for a beginner but before you buy this, start out with a cheap 20" or 24" and get the feeling of riding a unicycle and if you feel or have the confidence to learn then go invest in a quality unicycle especially a kris Holm 19" unicycle!
Posted by Glen on Apr 10th 2016
This is the best Unicycle that ive ever owned, Extremely durable. Definitely worth every cent. The Cranks are great for learning how to do a rolling wrap. If I were you I would buy one of these bad boys!
Posted by Raymon on Mar 27th 2013
I got this unicycle a year ago and I absolutely love it, But if do jumps on it you might want to change the pedals they do wear out easy, the treads on the tire also wear out a little to fast. But other than that wonderful unicycle buy it!
Its the Best
Posted by Kevin on Jan 11th 2013
This is an amazing unicycle it is extremely strong and very nice quality this is the best trials 20" you can buy.
Posted by Mr. Segobike on Apr 29th 2012
This unicycle rocks no major problems, just the Spokes start to grind and wear each other down and make noise and the tire it too soft for me. Other that that This is definitely the way to go when picking a unicycle.
Posted by Dirk on Nov 1st 2011
I bought this UNI to learn on. I started out with the KH29" Muni and after several months, I still couldn't ride it very well. This uni makes learning so much easier. Same quality as its bigger brother. I love it. I am even considering putting a schlumpf geared hub on it so it will cruise like my 29" and still be super maneuverable.. Worth every single penny.!!!
Awesome uni just a little overpriced
Posted by Unimaster hero on Oct 23rd 2011
Awesome so durable the only thing I would change is the spokes I would buy titanium if your a hard rider. I broke my rim in half jumping a 9 set but I guess I landed weird but I would still reccomrnd it it is still super durable
JUST GET IT
Posted by grant on May 25th 2011
no unicycle will ever compare! i got this about a year ago and have put it threw hell and it still looks almost just as beautiful as it used to. besides how sexy it is every last part on the unicycle is A+. the tire is meant to ride skinny objects and endure tough terrain, the cranks are built to crank/pedal grab just about anything and are very good at grinding. considering how beefy the kh20 is it is as light as a feather. compared to freestyle uni's its light. of course the seat is also very light and extremely comfortable. My last unicycle hub completely broke... the kris holm moment crank is like a miniature tank! Lastly the pedals that come with it are not crap... they are plastic twisted pc odyssey pedals that also come with some medal trail mix odyssey pedals. all around when you put everything together and how specialized this sport is the price is not bad. especially when you get used riding it. and i know the people looking at this unicycle have been admiring for like a year. if you are going to get a new unicycle just spend a little extra and get a kris holm... enough said.
going to buy
Posted by uniholic on Jul 3rd 2010
the price is high but i am a heavy unicyclist and ive been saving for a year now and am stoked about getting it .
Posted by uniman on May 11th 2010
This unicycle is pretty amazing. i have done drops up to 11 feet in -30 degree weather. nothing bent or anything. rides sooth still. bearings and cups are awesome. never cracked any yet. The new dual aluminum hub is an awesome new future. if in your price range, definately buy this uni.
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