These machines are incredibly tough and built to conquer rugged heights, whether it’s your local trail or cross-country adventures. They’ll take you there and back with a big smile on your face.
Saddle: Nimbus (black) with front lift handle Click Here for Replacement
Seat post: Nimbus 25.4mm x 300mm aluminum, welded rectangular mounting bracket, 4 hole Click Here for Replacement
Seat post clamp: Nimbus (black) DoubleQuick, aluminum 28.6mm - Click Here for Replacement
Frame: Nimbus II MUni 24" (black) steel with 42mm machined maincap bearing housings, with magura brake mounts Click Here for Replacement
Hub/axle: Nimbus 36H A/S Disc ISIS hub, 100 mm center bearing to center bearing Click Here for Replacement
Spokes: 14G. stainless silver (Disc side 227mm 3x, Non-disc side 229mm 3x) with silver nipples
Rim: Nimbus Dominator 2, 24" (black) 36H, 42mm wide, aluminum doublewall, reinforced eyelets, ERD 492 Click Here for Replacement
Rim strip: Rubber
Tube size: 24" x 2.7"- 3.0" Click Here for Replacement
Tire: Duro wildlife leopard 24" x 3.0" Click Here for Replacement
Crank arms: Nimbus Venture2 (black) 150mm, ISIS splined, aluminum - Click Here for Replacement
Pedals: Nimbus black plastic with steel pins and CrMo axle with 9/16 threads Click Here for Replacement
Bearings: 22mm x 42mm Click Here for Replacement
Approx. cycle weight: 14.5 lbs.
Posted by Unknown on Jan 26th 2019
Fun to ride, after a week with this unicycle as my second I can ride on snowy roads.
57 years old
Posted by Aaron on Mar 24th 2017
last time I rode I was 14. something told me to get back on .
wow , its not like riding a bike!
after 43 years, you do forget.
but unlike the first time ,I know it can be mastered. (been there done that )
I got the 24" Ninbus Muni. thought the fat tire would cushion my old bones.
turns out I must have been in pretty good shape when I was 14.
I don't remember being worn out in 10 minutes , or taking all the asprin like whats happening now.
I remember it being good exercise but the number of muscles im using is insane.
well one statement that applies ...if it don't kill you it will make you stronger !!!
at 10 minutes a pop im guessing ill have it down in about 2 weeks !
unless it kills me.........................
Posted by Aaron on Nov 20th 2014
After learning to ride on a 20", I figured it was time for something a little bigger and faster. I had tried to ride the 20" on some mountain bike trails, but it wasn't really doing the the job. This unicycle was a major upgrade. It rolls over almost anything and makes the trails a ton of fun. It's very solid, the default seat is quite comfortable. The only real complaint I have is with the quick release seat post clamp it came with. The clamp just couldn't keep the seat straight, so I quickly upgraded to a double bolt. All in all though, a great MUni for a good price.
Posted by Rob on May 7th 2013
I bought this unicycle instead of a torker and i think it was the best decision i could have made. I put a huge Velo saddle on it and it is amazing. I can jump as high or as low as i want, it is totally ready for brakes, it is very comfortable and great for tricks.
Posted by Dane on Mar 28th 2012
Had this one for about a week. Started out on an old 20" Torker I found on Craigslist. After 2 months, I bought this one to continue learning and get into MUni.
The unicycle was delivered within a few days of ordering, and after assembly, it looked exactly like the pictures. However, I was still surprised at the size of the tire - fat.
The quality is very good, solid-feeling. I upgraded the cranks and seat, and so far, that has worked out fine.
It's fast enough to cover ground at a good pace (My guess: 8-9 min. mile) with very moderate pedalling. In comparison to a standard 20": With 150mm cranks, it climbs better than the 20 with 127's. It does require more force to get that big tire moving, but you get used to it quickly. The most noticable difference to me was the greater stability. Newbie mounting is much less frantic, and now that I have a seat that isn't quite so board-like, I can mount with the pedals closer to horizontal without, uh, painful shifting. With 1 PSI to every ten lbs of body weight (rule of thumb I read on a forum), it rolls over bumpy grass, course mulch, small branches and such without a hint of a problem.
No regrets at all.
Not one complaint
Posted by sjsskill on Jan 23rd 2012
This is one robust machine, and it has sure taken a beating over the past few years that I have owned it. As my first Muni (and uni), I might be biased, but this thing has sure held up well. I use it every day to travel around my relatively small college campus, and the offroad capabilities more than meet my requirements. I can cut across muddy and bumpy grass with ease. I live in West Michigan on the coast, so we definitely get heavy snowfall here. No matter the weather conditions, I am still able to ride this Muni to class. Even through the seasons of salt and water splashing the hub and pedal components, the ride is a smooth as the first day I received it.
When I bought mine, it came with metal studded pedals, and those have held up well. I cannot imagine using plastic pedals with this uni, as the edges of my pedals have been through a lot of abuse. I do like the insane grip of my pedals, but I am not sure if the plastic ones compare.
I have used this uni on more terrain than can be found on a college campus. I often bring it on mountain biking trails. I feel that I have not pushed this uni as far as it can go, in terms of extreme conditions. I can hop pretty easily on it, but it is heavier than my trials uni. That being said, this beast can power over curbs and through snow drifts, which is why it is my primary transportation tool.
The only thing that is worn down is the tire. All of the nubs are completely gone, so I am now losing traction in ice and snow. The tire it comes with fits well with the way the uni should be used, as the knobs provide grip at all times, no matter what. The only time I experienced slippage (other than from my recently bald tire) is when I tried to unicycle on flat, shear ice.
In essence, this unicycle is indestructible. It was with me for the hours and hours of falls when I first learned how to unicycle, and it continues to surprise me with new ways to use it as I become a more proficient rider.
One of the best
Posted by guyfromsantacruz on Jul 29th 2011
I am a university student with about 4 years of street/trials riding experience, and I decided to pick up a muni. Admittedly, I wanted to get a Kris Holm, and I still may, but money is tight. Upon receiving this unicycle, I was amazed at the quality and the weight even considering that it still is a very expensive uni. The cranks seem indestructible- I'm glad I didn't pay more money for the KH ones. I did upgrade to a KH freeride saddle(black) which is awesome on this uni, and a cheap upgrade. This is one of the best mountain unicycles out there, especially for the price. The first day I took it out and bombed some stairs/did some 360s people were telling me how nice the unicycle was. The large tire makes it a breeze to ride over rocks and sand, although hopping can be difficult. It is relatively light, strong, stable and comfortable and is an absolute beast. For the price, I couldn't imagine anything better.
Posted by Doogie on May 1st 2011
So far this unicycle has been great! I have taken it on a couple of rocky trails and it held up great. It has mowed down tons of obsticals with ease. Super strong and well worth the price. Only problem is the plastic pedals. Otherwise it is a spectacular mountain unicycle. A true beast.
Posted by unicyclistV on Dec 31st 2010
i really like ths unicycle but i think that you guys could put better pedals on it. but i think that this is the best unicycle for all around unicycling