I'm interested in finding out what people think about what unicycles the winners of Ride the Lobster will be riding.

I think it's nearly cinched that the fastest teams will be on geared wheels, and I'm curious if 29ers or 36ers are going to be faster.

Of course 36ers are geared higher, but I'm finding that it takes a bit of energy to get the cranks spinning. I'm wondering spinning a higher cadence on a 29er might be faster than mashing it out on a 36er, not to mention the lighter weight. Still, I like the stability of the bigger wheel, and I'm finding it easy to accelerate to high speed on the slightest downhill.

yeah yeah, its all about the rider, but lets assume all riders are equal and discuss what cycles are going to will this race.

Of course the results off RTL will settle a lot of arguements.

I think it's nearly cinched that the fastest teams will be on geared wheels, and I'm curious if 29ers or 36ers are going to be faster.

Of course 36ers are geared higher, but I'm finding that it takes a bit of energy to get the cranks spinning. I'm wondering spinning a higher cadence on a 29er might be faster than mashing it out on a 36er, not to mention the lighter weight. Still, I like the stability of the bigger wheel, and I'm finding it easy to accelerate to high speed on the slightest downhill.

yeah yeah, its all about the rider, but lets assume all riders are equal and discuss what cycles are going to will this race.

Of course the results off RTL will settle a lot of arguements.

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