Yep

Yes it is. It was made by Abram in Seattle and I got it because he wanted it to be ridden more often. I'm doing my best -- that's my second ~17 mile ride on it.

I've just uploaded a picture of it. You can see that the pedal axle is just a couple of inches above the wheel, so that means the pedals are where they would be on about a 44" unicycle, or 4" higher than on a coker. That, together with being equivalent to a 40" wheel in terms of torque, makes free mounting a challenge, but with a tiny downhill I can do it reliably. Actually, as long as I'm not wearing my backpack I can do it reliably.

It creaks and groans a bit, and it's not the smoothest or most forgiving ride, but there is something magical about going over 15 mph on a tiny wheel, way up in the air. The cranks are pretty long so you can actually climb some decent hills. But it's definitely tricky. Definitely harder than a Coker.

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**juggleaddict**View PostI've just uploaded a picture of it. You can see that the pedal axle is just a couple of inches above the wheel, so that means the pedals are where they would be on about a 44" unicycle, or 4" higher than on a coker. That, together with being equivalent to a 40" wheel in terms of torque, makes free mounting a challenge, but with a tiny downhill I can do it reliably. Actually, as long as I'm not wearing my backpack I can do it reliably.

It creaks and groans a bit, and it's not the smoothest or most forgiving ride, but there is something magical about going over 15 mph on a tiny wheel, way up in the air. The cranks are pretty long so you can actually climb some decent hills. But it's definitely tricky. Definitely harder than a Coker.

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