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 (red) 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 26" (red) 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 Chrome (255mm in length for 3X) with silver nipples
Rim: Nimbus Dominator 2, 26" (black) 36H, 42mm wide, aluminum doublewall, reinforced eyelets, ERD 544 Click Here for Replacement
Rim strip: Rubber
Tube size: 26" x 2.7"- 3.0" Click Here for Replacement
Tire: Duro wildlife leopard 26" x 3.0" Click Here for Replacement
Crank arms: Nimbus Venture2 (black) 150mm, ISIS splined, 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: 17 lbs.
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Posted by Geof on Nov 22nd 2017
This is a great muni! It's a beast that takes a beating and holds up to it. Going up hill the tires really grip and the width of the tires help so much. A slow progress helped with the tires allows for your balance to be maintained. There isn't any slippage with the knobs going over pine needles or anything presented. This is a monster!
Good, solid unicycle
Posted by Trev on Nov 21st 2017
Decided to branch off into Muni after riding for 3 months on a beginner unicycle. The Nimbus 26" Muni was my eventual choice after searching for the beat value for money. Its built like a tank and pretty solid. The saddle is comfortable and quick release clamps convenient for adjusting on the trail. Overall happy with this purchase - it seems a bit heavy at times but I'm pretty new to the sport and have little to compare to so I'll pin that on inexperience for now.
Posted by Unknown on Aug 25th 2017
This uni. Is great. The tire takes some getting used to because of the knobbie. I have only been riding trainers on hard surface for about 3 month and was just getting the free mounting down on my 24 inch when I ordered this one. I have free mounted this one many times now. The quality is great all though why does it have the brackets on the forks if it's set up for disc brakes?
Posted by Grayson Goering on Jun 20th 2017
I've been riding this uni for about 2 weeks now, and I am loving it. It's extremely durable and has held up to some solid 3-4 foot drops with ease. It also stands up to many terrains, including shallow water crossings, rocks, dirt, sand, and probably just about anything else that you want to ride on. The only downsides that I have experienced are having adequate leg clearance, due to the large width of the tire, which has caused me to get banged up under my knees a few times. Mine lacks a break, which I believe is a good investment depending on your skill level and what you want to do with your uni. But over all a GREAT uni!!!!!
Look Out World, I'm on the Loose
Posted by Greg J on Jun 18th 2017
I rode a unicycle for the first time six weeks ago. It was an inexpensive 24" model purchased elsewhere, but I had so much fun I decided to buy something of higher quality and got the Nimbus II 24". That was so awesome I decided to explore my love of trail riding (on a mountain bike) and bought this 26" mountain uni. I'm still learning the basics of riding in general, but this thing makes learning almost too much fun. I practice in my back yard which is slightly sloped but plenty bumpy. I've progressed from going up a short incline starting from my patio (making the transition from stone to dirt) to riding across the full width of my yard. I'm now practicing turning around and riding back. Some day I hope to ride it on the trail, but for now the yard presents plenty of challenges. I never thought unicycling could be so much fun (and work). I originally bought this with the 150mm cranks, but then ordered the 165mm. The longer size helps me with control since I'm still a beginner. Sometimes I'm able to freemount on the grass after about a dozen tries. I'm having so much fun, I want to add a 27.5" muni and 29" road model to my collection. Yeah, I may have more money than sense, but I'm in my fifties and not getting any younger. Live long and unicycle.
Posted by Riley Groves on Feb 9th 2017
My wife got me this Nimbus 26" for my birthday last week!!! And IT IS AWESOME!!
Ordered it Tuesday night, and it arrived Saturday morning!!! SO SWEET! Super easy to put together and was riding it within 10 minutes of opening up the box.
Picking the Nimbus unicycle:
Wheel Size: 26” was personal preference and matched my technical riding on the trails near where I live on the Mississippi River bluffs, many switch-backs up and down the bluffs. The top of the bluff has nice rolling hills to get up to speed.
Crank Size: Probably the most difficult choice. SO MANY BLOGS on choosing the right length.
I chose 165mm. Plenty of torque and healthy amount of speed. Not ideal for flat trail riding as my legs are pumping pretty fast and wear out quicker. I will probably try the 150mm cranks this summer for the smooth bike trails, but 165mm cranks are PERFECT for getting me up the steep bluffs with great control. I used this chart to determine crank length. http://i860.photobucket.com/albums/ab161/ericpulvermacher/unicycle%20stuff/GainRatios.jpg
Overall review of the Nimbus 26”, it’s a solid first Muni that will last me many, many years. The standard seat is comfortable and the Nimbus is SOLID. Quite and Strong!! Also quite reasonable for the price too! Got the February special for getting the RED Nimbus
Short history: Started riding unicycles in 2009. Learned to ride with a Sun 24inch – Beginner. Then got a Club 24inch Orange Unicycle in 2013. After a few years of riding and becoming more technical, my wife and I moved to a new area for work that happened to have 5 parks nearby with some great mountain bike trails.
Posted by Mark on Dec 5th 2016
So, I rode in high school (over 40 years ago) so I'm getting reacquainted with the unicycle. I'm 6'3 and ordered the 26" Muni with the longer seat post. Probably didn't need the longer seat post but time will tell...This is so much bigger than what I rode in hs. I think my hs unicycle was a 20" schwinn. Getting used to the huge knobby tires.
I love this Muni!
Posted by Bryan on Mar 28th 2015
I've had this beast since July, and it seemed a little bit out of my price-range, but it was worth it. After the first few rides I noticed that on of the crank arms was loose (I chose the Nimbus Venture2 cranks), and I contacted Unicycle.com. They said that there was occasionally some imperfections in how the crank arms were machined. They sent me a new set of cranks, and it has been riding smooth every since! Thanks Unicycle.com for fantastic customer service!
This was an upgrade from my training uni, a Torker 24", and it has been incredible. I added a Kris Holme Freeride saddle, and the aluminium DX Pedals. I really like this setup. My next addition could be brakes?
How does it ride? The only downside that I can say about this is that it's a little heavy, but it's a Muni! It's not as maneuverable as 24", but that's about it. It's big enough that you go faster, and with the massive tire it handles off-road conditions with ease while still being easy enough to maneuver around most anything.
Price = Worth it
Value = 5/5
Quality = 4/5 (This was because of the crank arm issue, but you will likely not have this problem)
Posted by Cole on Aug 31st 2014
This is the best. Rode it on Blankets Creek and had a blast. It handled very well, and the drops were magnificent, it held up and kept on going. Although it is a bit on the heavy side, with a little trouble going up hills, it was the best MUni I have ever ridden.
Old guy having a lot of fun!
Posted by Bill on May 30th 2014
When I was in my 20's I bought a cheap unicycle from Sears and learned to ride well with no one to help me. But one of the cranks broke after about 2 years and I never replaced it.
I am now 66 years old and just wanted to see if I could still ride one. I saw the Nimbus 26" Muni on sale and ordered it. It took me about a week to get going on it (with a lot of abuse to the uni, but it took it without any problems) and now I am riding it 4 to 5 miles without stopping. I am having a BALL (even though my family thinks I am nuts!). This is a GREAT unicycle. With it being so strong and sturdy, it gives you a lot of confidence when riding it. I am now planning to order a 29" for more street use.
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