The Nimbus Hatchet builds on the amazing platform that the Oregon created, and moves it onto the next level. The frame comes with the brake installed on a new precision IS mount. The hose is also clipped in place with special red aluminium clips. The main challenge with “Fat-Uni’s” is the requirement for a super wide frame. This can make it uncomfortable to ride as it catches the riders' legs. To resolve this the Nimbus Hatchet moves the frame behind the riders legs giving maximum clearance. This also means you can run some of the largest tires on the market, which includes the Snowshoe 5.05" tire.
- This frame will hold a tire up to 26" x 5.05", 27.5" x 4", 29" x 3.0" and a 32" x 2.125.
Note: Michigan Trail Tested, Mother approved!
Saddle: Nimbus (black) with front lift handle and brake mount 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 (red) double quick Click Here for Replacement
Frame: Nimbus Hatchet 26" (gray) aluminum with 42mm machined maincap bearing housings, with IS disc brake mount Click Here for Replacement
Hub/axle: Nimbus ISIS drive Disc (black) 36H, hardened CrMo splindle with steel flanges,125mm center bearing to center bearing Click Here for Replacement
Spokes: 14G. stainless black (Disc side 256mm 3x, Non-disc side 256mm 3x) with red nipples
Rim: Nimbus Dominator+ 36H, 80.2mm wide, single skin with cutouts, ERD 538mm Click Here for Replacement
Rim strip: Vinyl rim tape, red
Tube size: Nimbus 26" x 3.0 - 5.0", schrader Click Here for Replacement
Tire: Maxxis Minion FBR 26 x 4.80 , 120 TPI
Crank arms: Nimbus Venture2 (black) 170mm, ISIS splined, Click Here for replacement
Pedals: Nimbus black plastic with steel pins CrMo axle with 9/16 threads Click Here for Replacement
Bearings: 22mm x 42mm x 12mm Click Here for Replacement
Brake: Shimano Disc 30" line (black) 180mm rotor, mineral oil Click Here for Replacement
Approx. cycle weight: 15.4 lbs.
Nimbus Hatchet 26”
Posted by Hugh on Oct 31st 2017
Love, love, love. I eventually switched the saddle for a KH freeride. I thought the original saddle was too hard. The 170mm cranks were too long, so I replaced them with 138mm. I eventually lowered the tire psi to 8 for better off road handling. It can plow over just about anything with enough practice. I have taken on the beach, in shallow snow, through streams, and off road. It goes over roots, branches, and rocks without any resistance. It looks and handles beautifully!
Posted by Michael on Jun 8th 2017
This is my first uni and I LOVE IT! It is everything I had hoped it would be. Day three and I am up and riding. I had so many people advise me against buying this muni as my first uni because it would be so much harder to learn to ride. Don't let people discourage you. If the muni is what you're interested in riding, then based on personal experience, I can say, go for it.
Posted by Hunter Guy on Mar 8th 2017
this uni is amazing it will roll over anything the trail can throw at you and climbs amazingly well and is very light and maneuverable to have such a big tire but after riding this baby I'll never have anything else!
Posted by Unimichael on Feb 21st 2017
This is the first muni I've purchased, and it is amazing. I have nothing to compare it to, but i think it's safe to assume this is one of the best available. Rides smooth on any terrain, and rolls over fairly large obstacles with ease. The brake is a cool feature. Never ridden a unicycle with a brake before but it definitely opens up new opportunities.
Posted by Munimag on Jun 2nd 2016
This new Hatchet frame design is awesome. There is no way I could hit my knees on it while riding. I rode the Oregon for a couple of years and have become a huge fan of fat tired unis. The Hatchet frame solves a few of the issues that I had with the Oregon. The Hatchet frame has additional tire clearance and is also very stiff which eliminates tire rub when running a 4.8 inch tire. I also love the disk brake tab on the frame. My brake is now quiet which I was not able to achieve with the D brake adapter on the Oregon. The frame appears to be very solid and well built.
I highly recommend this uni for someone that is ready to move up to fat tire riding.