The Stealth just doesn't do one thing well, it does everything exceptionally well! Which is why it's been ridden all over the world.
Saddle: Nimbus Stadium (black) with front lift handle - Click Here for Replacement
Seat post: 25.4mm x 200mm aluminum, welded rectangular mounting bracket, 4 hole - Click Here for Replacement
Seat post clamp: Nimbus (black) double-quick release, aluminum, 31.8mm - Click Here for Replacement
Frame: Nimbus Oracle 36" (black) 6000 series aluminum with 42mm machined maincap bearing housings, welded I.S. disc brake mount - Click Here for Replacement
Hub/axle: Nimbus 36H steel, 125mm center bearing to center bearing
Spokes: 14G. stainless black , 369mm 3x with silver nipples
Rim: Nimbus Stealth2 with Braking Surface, 36" (black with silver) 36H, 42mm wide, aluminum double wall, reinforced eyelets, ERD - 767mm - Click Here for Replacement
Rim strip: Rubber - Click Here for Replacement
Tube size: Nimbus Foss light weight 36" x 2.25" - Click Here for Replacement
Tire: Nimbus Nightrider 36" x 2.25" multi surface - Click Here for Replacement
Crank arms:Nimbus Venture2 (black) 138mm, 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: ISIS 42x22x12mm - Click Here for Replacement
Approx. cycle weight: 16.00 lbs.
Solidly built 36er
Posted by Ed on Mar 16th 2018
Enjoying my Nimbus Stealth 36er.
Nimbus Stealth 36
Posted by Michael Ratcliff on Oct 28th 2017
I am a two year unicyclist and 56 years old. I started with a 20" and moved up to a 26" and then a 29". Just got my Nimbus Stealth 36. I was a little concerned about being able to handle it after reading that some have a hard time with the big wheel. I contemplated on getting a 32". I am so glad I didn't. I love the 36er. It is so stable and smooth. It still takes me several times to free mount but it is not as hard as I expected it to be. I highly recommend this unicycle. Same great quality as all of my Nimbus unicycle. I did upgrade to the Kris Holm 127/150 cranks. Nice upgrade.