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  • #76
    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)
    M044, Hans Fiby, Vienna, Austria (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[/QUOTE]

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    • #77
      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)
      M044, Hans Fiby, Vienna, Austria (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)
      M086, Peter Bier, Auckland, New Zealand (customised KH29)
      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
      -Peter Bier

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      • #78
        Just got mine today, tore apart my KH 29 wheel and built it up, Just rode around for 30 mins and its awesome, really pumped to ride this thing every day.

        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)
        M044, Hans Fiby, Vienna, Austria (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)
        M086, Peter Bier, Auckland, New Zealand (customised KH29)
        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
        M0211, Kaycee Stevens Orono, Maine (KH 29 with brake)
        ¤-Kaycee
        http://gallery.unicyclist.com/Kaycees-Unicycle-gallery

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        • #79
          Got mine last week from UDC NZ. (Thanks Tony!) Am waiting arrival new spokes to build.

          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)
          M044, Hans Fiby, Vienna, Austria (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)
          M086, Peter Bier, Auckland, New Zealand (customised KH29)
          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, David Suede, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia (KH36)

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          • #80
            Wow, 211. What happened with the hubs between 153 and 211? Did they vanish in some exotic unicycling communities, or are they still on stock somewhere in the world? Or did Florian put in a gap for some reason?
            Wolfgang

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            • #81
              Maybe the improved version of the muni hub with the wider flanges and better bearings just starts at 200? Possibly...
              µ-knee

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              • #82
                I have Roland's hub right now, posted below. Hey Roland, post my serial number, too, please.

                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)
                M044, Hans Fiby, Vienna, Austria (KH24)
                M050, Roland Kays, Albany, NY, USA, KH36
                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)
                M086, Peter Bier, Auckland, New Zealand (customised KH29)
                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
                M0211, Kaycee Stevens Orono, Maine (KH 29 with brake)
                steveyo
                ...like having your own personal rollercoaster...

                - a few uni race write-ups
                - muni and kokopelli uni t-shirts, mugs and stickers

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                • #83
                  Added Steve's

                  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)
                  M044, Hans Fiby, Vienna, Austria (KH24)
                  M050, Roland Kays, Albany, NY, USA, KH36
                  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)
                  M086, Peter Bier, Auckland, New Zealand (customised KH29)
                  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)
                  M114, Steveyo, Albany, NY, in a 29er
                  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
                  M0211, Kaycee Stevens Orono, Maine (KH 29 with brake)
                  Last edited by rolandisimo; 2009-08-23, 01:35 PM.

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                  • #84
                    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)
                    M044, Hans Fiby, Vienna, Austria (KH24)
                    M050, Roland Kays, Albany, NY, USA, KH36
                    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)
                    M086, Peter Bier, Auckland, New Zealand (customised KH29)
                    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)
                    M114, Steve (Steveyo) Relles, Albany, NY, KH29
                    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
                    M0211, Kaycee Stevens Orono, Maine (KH 29 with brake)
                    steveyo
                    ...like having your own personal rollercoaster...

                    - a few uni race write-ups
                    - muni and kokopelli uni t-shirts, mugs and stickers

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                    • #85
                      It dosent matter which way the hub is facing right?,
                      I have mine setup so the logos are upside down when looking at the hub, most people have it facing the other way. There is nothing in the manual about this so I figured it wont cause any damage. Anyone know for sure?
                      ¤-Kaycee
                      http://gallery.unicyclist.com/Kaycees-Unicycle-gallery

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                      • #86
                        You can run it either way. Locally, we have kind of standardized on shifting up with your right foot and using the gold button for that side. But others have set it up the other way. Our feeling is that it will be easier to swap around unis on a ride if everyone shifts with the same foot.

                        ---Nathan

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                        • #87
                          Originally posted by KcTheAcy View Post
                          It dosent matter which way the hub is facing right?,
                          I have mine setup so the logos are upside down when looking at the hub, most people have it facing the other way. There is nothing in the manual about this so I figured it wont cause any damage. Anyone know for sure?
                          Just flip the cranks and frame, and problem fixed, no?

                          -Isaac

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                          • #88
                            Would be a nice addition to the list, for statistics:
                            On which side is the golden button?
                            Mine is on the left side (M145 - defective bearing and going to be replaced )
                            Marcus | youtube | municycle.com
                            I ride for fun

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                            • #89
                              I meant to put it on the other way but in my excitement to finish the wheel I dident pay attention to right/left crank, so now my tire is on backwards too. I dont have a crank puller and I like the way it shifts anyways. Just wanted to make sure the hub dident have a preference.
                              Thanks!
                              ¤-Kaycee
                              http://gallery.unicyclist.com/Kaycees-Unicycle-gallery

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                              • #90
                                I have silver on the left and silver on the right side. The golden button looked really bad with my TryAll rim, which is a different shade of gold. But I shift up right and down left.
                                Last edited by munirocks; 2009-09-02, 09:58 PM.
                                µ-knee

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