Speed (mph), Name, Location, Unicycle, Crank size

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29-ish, Christian Hoverath, ungeared Coker, (more info needed)

26.1 mph, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos CA USA, Geared KH36, 150mm

24.2 mph, Lars Lottrup, Nivĺ Denmark, Nimbus 36, 114mm

23.5 mph, David Stone, Lobster, 29" Schlumpf, 125mm

22.9 MPH, Scott Wilton, Madison WI USA, Nimbus 36, 114mm

22.6 mph, Spencer Owen, Nottingham UK, Schlumpf 29, 127mm

22-ish, John Foss, 45" Unicycle Factory Big Wheel (28 pounds), 6.5" cranks

21.75 mph (35.0 kmh) Geoff Houghton, Ashland, Oregon, USA Florian Green 36" with Schlumpf, 165mm

21.1 mph, Řivind Stuan, Trondheim Norway, Nimbus 36, 125mm

20.2 mph, Samuel Farmer, West Sussex England, Qu-ax 36, 114mm

19.9 MPH, Peripatet, Jacksonville FL USA, KH36, 125mm

17.8 mph, Steve Relles, Delmar NY US, Radial 36er, 125mm

17. mph, Rob Northcott, Somewhere on Dartmoor, Mongrel 36er, 145mm

12.8MPH BrianP, Ocala FL US, KH24 w 150s

Looks like I won the "Longest Cranks" category. Woo Hoo!

I measured my Wheel TA circumfrence as 2870 mm. Anybody else get the same?

I'm operating under the assumption that all of these cycle computer measurements are a little bit inflated (mine is no exception) because of the inherent wiggle in the unicycle's path. These are not point A to point B speeds. The difference between a unicycle's path and a straight line is like the difference between the path my dog takes and the line I walk when we're out on walkies. It sure would be fun to ride an actual speed trap.

Geoff

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29-ish, Christian Hoverath, ungeared Coker, (more info needed)

26.1 mph, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos CA USA, Geared KH36, 150mm

24.2 mph, Lars Lottrup, Nivĺ Denmark, Nimbus 36, 114mm

23.5 mph, David Stone, Lobster, 29" Schlumpf, 125mm

22.9 MPH, Scott Wilton, Madison WI USA, Nimbus 36, 114mm

22.6 mph, Spencer Owen, Nottingham UK, Schlumpf 29, 127mm

22-ish, John Foss, 45" Unicycle Factory Big Wheel (28 pounds), 6.5" cranks

21.75 mph (35.0 kmh) Geoff Houghton, Ashland, Oregon, USA Florian Green 36" with Schlumpf, 165mm

21.1 mph, Řivind Stuan, Trondheim Norway, Nimbus 36, 125mm

20.2 mph, Samuel Farmer, West Sussex England, Qu-ax 36, 114mm

19.9 MPH, Peripatet, Jacksonville FL USA, KH36, 125mm

17.8 mph, Steve Relles, Delmar NY US, Radial 36er, 125mm

17. mph, Rob Northcott, Somewhere on Dartmoor, Mongrel 36er, 145mm

12.8MPH BrianP, Ocala FL US, KH24 w 150s

Looks like I won the "Longest Cranks" category. Woo Hoo!

I measured my Wheel TA circumfrence as 2870 mm. Anybody else get the same?

I'm operating under the assumption that all of these cycle computer measurements are a little bit inflated (mine is no exception) because of the inherent wiggle in the unicycle's path. These are not point A to point B speeds. The difference between a unicycle's path and a straight line is like the difference between the path my dog takes and the line I walk when we're out on walkies. It sure would be fun to ride an actual speed trap.

Geoff

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