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  • #61
    Standard:
    00012, David Stone, New York (original frame) -- not sure
    00016, Dave Bagley, New Jersey (original frame)
    00050, Ken Looi, Wellington, New Zealand (original 1st Gen Al frame) 29"
    00058, Vincent Lemay, Montreal, Quebec, 29"x2.35" (Vintage Schlumpf frame)
    00059, Spencer Owen, Nottingham, UK, 29"x2.0" (Triton Schlumpf)
    00069, Richard Lewis, Southampton, UK, 36"
    00079, Geoff Houghton, Ashland, Oregon, USA 36" (Florian Green (Nimbus frame reconfigured into a V frame))
    00080, David Stone, New York (original frame)
    00088, Kevin Gilbertson, Minnesota, USA, 29" (Original Al frame)
    00089, Markus Büchel, Liechtenstein, 29" (Original Schlumpf-Frame)

    Muni:
    M010, Markus Büchel, Liechtenstein, 29" Turtle's V (Two kh frames)
    M012, Henrik Åkerstedt, Stockholm, Sweden, 29"x2.5" Nimbus/KH
    M018, Rene van Schijndel, Cuijk, Netherlands 26"x2.4" (KH26)
    M019, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 26"x3.7" (Surly Conundrum)
    M024, Thorsten Johannes Hornung, Lübeck, Germany (KH24)
    M030, Chuck Edwall, San Diego, CA, USA (KH36)
    M034, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos, CA, USA (KH24)
    M054, Gerald Weber, Brunn am Gebirge, Austria, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
    M056, Beau Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
    M057, Jan Logemann, Remscheid, Germany, KH36
    M068, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos, CA, USA (KH36)
    M071, Ken Looi, Wellington, New Zealand (KH36)
    M091, Nathan Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
    M095, Martin Afanasjew, Freiberg, Germany, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
    M103, Friedrich Hlava, Perchtoldsdorf, Austria, 24"x2,6" (KH24)
    M107, Sam Wakeling, Aberystwyth, UK, 36"
    M113, Christian Armin, Arnhem, Netherlands, 26x3 in KH29 frame (might change sometime)
    M118, Hans Chen, Stockholm, Sweden, 29"x2.5" (KH29)
    M123, Pete Walsh, Victoria, Australia (KH29,KH36)
    M127, Rob Youngren, Huntsville, Alabama USA, KH24 (*Largest Prime)
    M144, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 36"x2.25" (KH36)
    M145, Marcus Schmitz, Cologne, Germany, 29"x2.3" (KH29) "Speedy Gonzales"
    M146, Christof Rother, Berlin, Germany, 28"x2.35" (KH29)
    munisano

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    • #62
      Any more Schlumpf hubs out there in the world? The max serial numbers of 89 resp. 146 would indicate that there are not only 10/23 hubs available.
      Wolfgang

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      • #63
        Originally posted by Yeti View Post
        Any more Schlumpf hubs out there in the world? The max serial numbers of 89 resp. 146 would indicate that there are not only 10/23 hubs available.
        Many more people unicycle than are on these forums. There also may be those who don't feel like putting their details up - I do wonder if this list is of much value (although, even though it is public to the internet, it should be harmless enough).

        Sam

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        • #64
          Standard:
          00012, David Stone, New York (original frame) -- not sure
          00016, Dave Bagley, New Jersey (original frame)
          00050, Ken Looi, Wellington, New Zealand (original 1st Gen Al frame) 29"
          00058, Vincent Lemay, Montreal, Quebec, 29"x2.35" (Vintage Schlumpf frame)
          00059, Spencer Owen, Nottingham, UK, 29"x2.0" (Triton Schlumpf)
          00069, Richard Lewis, Southampton, UK, 36"
          00079, Geoff Houghton, Ashland, Oregon, USA 36" (Florian Green (Nimbus frame reconfigured into a V frame))
          00080, David Stone, New York (original frame)
          00088, Kevin Gilbertson, Minnesota, USA, 29" (Original Al frame)
          00089, Markus Büchel, Liechtenstein, 29" (Original Schlumpf-Frame)
          00105, Tony Melton, Auckland, NZ, 36" original Al Schlumpf frame

          Muni:
          M010, Markus Büchel, Liechtenstein, 29" Turtle's V (Two kh frames)
          M012, Henrik Åkerstedt, Stockholm, Sweden, 29"x2.5" Nimbus/KH
          M018, Rene van Schijndel, Cuijk, Netherlands 26"x2.4" (KH26)
          M019, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 26"x3.7" (Surly Conundrum)
          M024, Thorsten Johannes Hornung, Lübeck, Germany (KH24)
          M030, Chuck Edwall, San Diego, CA, USA (KH36)
          M034, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos, CA, USA (KH24)
          M054, Gerald Weber, Brunn am Gebirge, Austria, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
          M056, Beau Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
          M057, Jan Logemann, Remscheid, Germany, KH36
          M068, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos, CA, USA (KH36)
          M071, Ken Looi, Wellington, New Zealand (KH36)
          M091, Nathan Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
          M095, Martin Afanasjew, Freiberg, Germany, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
          M103, Friedrich Hlava, Perchtoldsdorf, Austria, 24"x2,6" (KH24)
          M107, Sam Wakeling, Aberystwyth, UK, 36"
          M113, Christian Armin, Arnhem, Netherlands, 26x3 in KH29 frame (might change sometime)
          M118, Hans Chen, Stockholm, Sweden, 29"x2.5" (KH29)
          M123, Pete Walsh, Victoria, Australia (KH29,KH36)
          M127, Rob Youngren, Huntsville, Alabama USA, KH24 (*Largest Prime)
          M144, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 36"x2.25" (KH36)
          M145, Marcus Schmitz, Cologne, Germany, 29"x2.3" (KH29) "Speedy Gonzales"
          M146, Christof Rother, Berlin, Germany, 28"x2.35" (KH29)
          M153, available for sale at www.unicycle.co.nz
          Take a squizz at my YouTube videos!

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          • #65
            Just bought my very first schlumpf! (KH/muni model) I'm not sure of the serial no. yet but thought this would be a good place to ask for advice with the wheel building process. I tried the search function but didn't find anything.

            So, what i would like to get is some advice about the correct procedure/ torques/ things to avoid/things to expect/ regular maintenance etc from you guys so i don't make my first schlumpf hub experience one to forget. Also, it will be laced into a '07 model KH24 rim- does anyone know what length spokes are needed for this?

            Cheers!
            Mark
            Last edited by napalm; 2009-08-03, 12:38 AM.
            Find out about my latest Enduro XC rides and races at my blog.

            http://www.markandhisunicycle.wordpress.com

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            • #66
              Go to technical then instalation to find out info on maintainice and instalation.
              http://www.schlumpf.ch/uni_engl.htm
              Sam

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              • #67
                Originally posted by napalm View Post
                Just bought my very first schlumpf! (KH/muni model) I'm not sure of the serial no. yet but thought this would be a good place to ask for advice with the wheel building process. I tried the search function but didn't find anything.

                So, what i would like to get is some advice about the correct procedure/ torques/ things to avoid/things to expect/ regular maintenance etc from you guys so i don't make my first schlumpf hub experience one to forget. Also, it will be laced into a '07 model KH24 rim- does anyone know what length spokes are needed for this?

                Cheers!
                Mark
                Hey, congratulations and welcome to the exclusive club of Schlumpf-owners!
                I don't have any advice about the wheel building aspect, but from my relatively short experience I can give you some other recommendations:

                First of all use the appropriate torque wrenches! They are quite expensive but really necessary to make sure you don't overtighten or undertighten anything. In my case it meant buying two different wrenches, one for the crank bolts and one for the bearing holders. Don't tighten the crank bolts more than 50Nm because otherwise you'll ruin the bolts (even though Schlumpf recommends 50-55Nm). Been there, done that... It could make it impossible to remove the cranks from the hub, which would be a major PITA.
                Check your bolts and retighten them with the torque wrenches not only after the first couple of km, because they do have a tendency to come loose even with loctite on. So check them quite often. If they should come loose during a fast muni ride it could be very unpleasant...
                One more important thing is: Don't forget to inject the first shot of oil before your fist ride.

                That's about all I can think of at the moment, I hope it helps. Everything else can be found in the owner's manual.
                Last edited by munirocks; 2009-08-03, 11:16 AM.
                µ-knee

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                • #68
                  i sold my original standard schlumpf (number 00089) to Valentin BUcher, Weite.
                  I did i little upgrade, before i sold it, looks very good:
                  Attached Files
                  If everything's under control, you're going too slow

                  I trust in those:

                  Triton

                  Mountainuni Brake System

                  Schlumpf

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                  • #69
                    Originally posted by napalm View Post
                    Just bought my very first schlumpf! (KH/muni model) I'm not sure of the serial no. yet but thought this would be a good place to ask for advice with the wheel building process. I tried the search function but didn't find anything.

                    So, what i would like to get is some advice about the correct procedure/ torques/ things to avoid/things to expect/ regular maintenance etc from you guys so i don't make my first schlumpf hub experience one to forget. Also, it will be laced into a '07 model KH24 rim- does anyone know what length spokes are needed for this?

                    Cheers!
                    Mark
                    Hi Mark,

                    spoke lengh is 227 mm


                    Thanks, Juan M>

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                    • #70
                      00012, David Stone, New York (original frame) -- not sure
                      00016, Dave Bagley, New Jersey (original frame)
                      00050, Ken Looi, Wellington, New Zealand (original 1st Gen Al frame) 29"
                      00058, Vincent Lemay, Montreal, Quebec, 29"x2.35" (Vintage Schlumpf frame)
                      00059, Spencer Owen, Nottingham, UK, 29"x2.0" (Triton Schlumpf)
                      00069, Richard Lewis, Southampton, UK, 36"
                      00079, Geoff Houghton, Ashland, Oregon, USA 36" (Florian Green (Nimbus frame reconfigured into a V frame))
                      00080, David Stone, New York (original frame)
                      00088, Kevin Gilbertson, Minnesota, USA, 29" (Original Al frame)
                      00089, Markus Büchel, Liechtenstein, 29" (Original Schlumpf-Frame)
                      00105, Tony Melton, Auckland, NZ, 36" original Al Schlumpf frame

                      Muni:
                      M010, Markus Büchel, Liechtenstein, 29" Turtle's V (Two kh frames)
                      M012, Henrik Åkerstedt, Stockholm, Sweden, 29"x2.5" Nimbus/KH
                      M018, Rene van Schijndel, Cuijk, Netherlands 26"x2.4" (KH26)
                      M019, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 26"x3.7" (Surly Conundrum)
                      M024, Thorsten Johannes Hornung, Lübeck, Germany (KH24)
                      M030, Chuck Edwall, San Diego, CA, USA (KH36)
                      M034, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos, CA, USA (KH24)
                      M054, Gerald Weber, Brunn am Gebirge, Austria, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
                      M056, Beau Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
                      M057, Jan Logemann, Remscheid, Germany, KH36
                      M068, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos, CA, USA (KH36)
                      M071, Ken Looi, Wellington, New Zealand (KH36)
                      M091, Nathan Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
                      M095, Martin Afanasjew, Freiberg, Germany, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
                      M103, Friedrich Hlava, Perchtoldsdorf, Austria, 24"x2,6" (KH24)
                      M107, Sam Wakeling, Aberystwyth, UK, 36"
                      M113, Christian Armin, Arnhem, Netherlands, 26x3 in KH29 frame (might change sometime)
                      M118, Hans Chen, Stockholm, Sweden, 29"x2.5" (KH29)
                      M123, Pete Walsh, Victoria, Australia (KH29,KH36)
                      M127, Rob Youngren, Huntsville, Alabama USA, KH24 (*Largest Prime)
                      M144, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 36"x2.25" (KH36)
                      M145, Marcus Schmitz, Cologne, Germany, 29"x2.3" (KH29) "Speedy Gonzales"
                      M146, Christof Rother, Berlin, Germany, 28"x2.35" (KH29)
                      M153, available for sale at [url]www.unicycle.co.nz
                      M209, Juan M Campos, Panama City, Panama, 24"x3", KH24

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                      • #71
                        Standard:
                        00012, David Stone, New York (original frame) -- not sure
                        00016, Dave Bagley, New Jersey (original frame)
                        00050, Ken Looi, Wellington, New Zealand (original 1st Gen Al frame) 29"
                        00058, Vincent Lemay, Montreal, Quebec, 29"x2.35" (Vintage Schlumpf frame)
                        00059, Spencer Owen, Nottingham, UK, 29"x2.0" (Triton Schlumpf)
                        00069, Richard Lewis, Southampton, UK, 36"
                        00079, Geoff Houghton, Ashland, Oregon, USA 36" (Florian Green (Nimbus frame reconfigured into a V frame))
                        00080, David Stone, New York (original frame)
                        00088, Kevin Gilbertson, Minnesota, USA, 29" (Original Al frame)
                        00089, Markus Büchel, Liechtenstein, 29" (Original Schlumpf-Frame)
                        00105, Tony Melton, Auckland, NZ, 36" original Al Schlumpf frame

                        Muni:
                        M010, Markus Büchel, Liechtenstein, 29" Turtle's V (Two kh frames)
                        M012, Henrik Åkerstedt, Stockholm, Sweden, 29"x2.5" Nimbus/KH
                        M018, Rene van Schijndel, Cuijk, Netherlands 26"x2.4" (KH26)
                        M019, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 26"x3.7" (Surly Conundrum)
                        M024, Thorsten Johannes Hornung, Lübeck, Germany (KH24)
                        M030, Chuck Edwall, San Diego, CA, USA (KH36)
                        M034, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos, CA, USA (KH24)
                        M054, Gerald Weber, Brunn am Gebirge, Austria, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
                        M056, Beau Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
                        M057, Jan Logemann, Remscheid, Germany, KH36
                        M068, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos, CA, USA (KH36)
                        M071, Ken Looi, Wellington, New Zealand (KH36)
                        M091, Nathan Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
                        M095, Martin Afanasjew, Freiberg, Germany, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
                        M103, Friedrich Hlava, Perchtoldsdorf, Austria, 24"x2,6" (KH24)
                        M107, Sam Wakeling, Aberystwyth, UK, 36"
                        M113, Christian Armin, Arnhem, Netherlands, 26x3 in KH29 frame (might change sometime)
                        M118, Hans Chen, Stockholm, Sweden, 29"x2.5" (KH29)
                        M123, Pete Walsh, Victoria, Australia (KH29,KH36)
                        M127, Rob Youngren, Huntsville, Alabama USA, KH24 (*Largest Prime)
                        M144, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 36"x2.25" (KH36)
                        M145, Marcus Schmitz, Cologne, Germany, 29"x2.3" (KH29) "Speedy Gonzales"
                        M146, Christof Rother, Berlin, Germany, 28"x2.35" (KH29)
                        M153, available for sale at www.unicycle.co.nz
                        M209, Juan M Campos, Panama City, Panama, 24"x3", KH24

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                        • #72
                          Received my hub today, it is a Muni style no. 00036. Will post some pics once it is all built up.

                          Mark
                          Find out about my latest Enduro XC rides and races at my blog.

                          http://www.markandhisunicycle.wordpress.com

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                          • #73
                            Standard:
                            00012, David Stone, New York (original frame) -- not sure
                            00016, Dave Bagley, New Jersey (original frame)
                            00050, Ken Looi, Wellington, New Zealand (original 1st Gen Al frame) 29"
                            00058, Vincent Lemay, Montreal, Quebec, 29"x2.35" (Vintage Schlumpf frame)
                            00059, Spencer Owen, Nottingham, UK, 29"x2.0" (Triton Schlumpf)
                            00069, Richard Lewis, Southampton, UK, 36"
                            00079, Geoff Houghton, Ashland, Oregon, USA 36" (Florian Green (Nimbus frame reconfigured into a V frame))
                            00080, David Stone, New York (original frame)
                            00088, Kevin Gilbertson, Minnesota, USA, 29" (Original Al frame)
                            00089, Markus Büchel, Liechtenstein, 29" (Original Schlumpf-Frame)
                            00105, Tony Melton, Auckland, NZ, 36" original Al Schlumpf frame

                            Muni:
                            M010, Markus Büchel, Liechtenstein, 29" Turtle's V (Two kh frames)
                            M012, Henrik Åkerstedt, Stockholm, Sweden, 29"x2.5" Nimbus/KH
                            M016, Andi Wild, Esslingen(weekend)/Cologne(during the week), Germany, (KH29) "Kunz"
                            M018, Rene van Schijndel, Cuijk, Netherlands 26"x2.4" (KH26)
                            M019, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 26"x3.7" (Surly Conundrum)
                            M024, Thorsten Johannes Hornung, Lübeck, Germany (KH24)
                            M030, Chuck Edwall, San Diego, CA, USA (KH36)
                            M034, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos, CA, USA (KH24)
                            M054, Gerald Weber, Brunn am Gebirge, Austria, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
                            M056, Beau Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
                            M057, Jan Logemann, Remscheid, Germany, KH36
                            M068, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos, CA, USA (KH36)
                            M071, Ken Looi, Wellington, New Zealand (KH36)
                            M091, Nathan Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
                            M095, Martin Afanasjew, Freiberg, Germany, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
                            M103, Friedrich Hlava, Perchtoldsdorf, Austria, 24"x2,6" (KH24)
                            M107, Sam Wakeling, Aberystwyth, UK, 36"
                            M113, Christian Armin, Arnhem, Netherlands, 26x3 in KH29 frame (might change sometime)
                            M118, Hans Chen, Stockholm, Sweden, 29"x2.5" (KH29)
                            M123, Pete Walsh, Victoria, Australia (KH29,KH36)
                            M127, Rob Youngren, Huntsville, Alabama USA, KH24 (*Largest Prime)
                            M144, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 36"x2.25" (KH36)
                            M145, Marcus Schmitz, Cologne, Germany, 29"x2.3" (KH29) "Speedy Gonzales"
                            M146, Christof Rother, Berlin, Germany, 28"x2.35" (KH29)
                            M147, Andi Wild, Esslingen(weekend)/Cologne(during the week), Germany, (KH29) "Hinz"
                            M153, available for sale at www.unicycle.co.nz

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                            • #74
                              Originally posted by monopa View Post
                              M016, Andi Wild, Esslingen(weekend)/Cologne(during the week), Germany, (KH29) "Kunz"

                              M147, Andi Wild, Esslingen(weekend)/Cologne(during the week), Germany, (KH29) "Hinz"
                              Sicher dass es zwei KH29 sind?
                              µ-knee

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                              • #75
                                Originally posted by munirocks View Post
                                Sicher dass es zwei KH29 sind?
                                Sorry, did too much copy and paste. My first one (M016) is a KH24. Here is the rectified list:

                                Standard:
                                00012, David Stone, New York (original frame) -- not sure
                                00016, Dave Bagley, New Jersey (original frame)
                                00050, Ken Looi, Wellington, New Zealand (original 1st Gen Al frame) 29"
                                00058, Vincent Lemay, Montreal, Quebec, 29"x2.35" (Vintage Schlumpf frame)
                                00059, Spencer Owen, Nottingham, UK, 29"x2.0" (Triton Schlumpf)
                                00069, Richard Lewis, Southampton, UK, 36"
                                00079, Geoff Houghton, Ashland, Oregon, USA 36" (Florian Green (Nimbus frame reconfigured into a V frame))
                                00080, David Stone, New York (original frame)
                                00088, Kevin Gilbertson, Minnesota, USA, 29" (Original Al frame)
                                00089, Markus Büchel, Liechtenstein, 29" (Original Schlumpf-Frame)
                                00105, Tony Melton, Auckland, NZ, 36" original Al Schlumpf frame

                                Muni:
                                M010, Markus Büchel, Liechtenstein, 29" Turtle's V (Two kh frames)
                                M012, Henrik Åkerstedt, Stockholm, Sweden, 29"x2.5" Nimbus/KH
                                M016, Andi Wild, Esslingen(weekend)/Cologne(during the week), Germany, (KH24) "Kunz"
                                M018, Rene van Schijndel, Cuijk, Netherlands 26"x2.4" (KH26)
                                M019, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 26"x3.7" (Surly Conundrum)
                                M024, Thorsten Johannes Hornung, Lübeck, Germany (KH24)
                                M030, Chuck Edwall, San Diego, CA, USA (KH36)
                                M034, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos, CA, USA (KH24)
                                M054, Gerald Weber, Brunn am Gebirge, Austria, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
                                M056, Beau Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
                                M057, Jan Logemann, Remscheid, Germany, KH36
                                M068, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos, CA, USA (KH36)
                                M071, Ken Looi, Wellington, New Zealand (KH36)
                                M091, Nathan Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
                                M095, Martin Afanasjew, Freiberg, Germany, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
                                M103, Friedrich Hlava, Perchtoldsdorf, Austria, 24"x2,6" (KH24)
                                M107, Sam Wakeling, Aberystwyth, UK, 36"
                                M113, Christian Armin, Arnhem, Netherlands, 26x3 in KH29 frame (might change sometime)
                                M118, Hans Chen, Stockholm, Sweden, 29"x2.5" (KH29)
                                M123, Pete Walsh, Victoria, Australia (KH29,KH36)
                                M127, Rob Youngren, Huntsville, Alabama USA, KH24 (*Largest Prime)
                                M144, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 36"x2.25" (KH36)
                                M145, Marcus Schmitz, Cologne, Germany, 29"x2.3" (KH29) "Speedy Gonzales"
                                M146, Christof Rother, Berlin, Germany, 28"x2.35" (KH29)
                                M147, Andi Wild, Esslingen(weekend)/Cologne(during the week), Germany, (KH29) "Hinz"
                                M153, available for sale at www.unicycle.co.nz

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