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  • Post Your GUni Here

    I think it's time for a thread to show off the many geared unicycles out there.
    Right now I don't have the time to take new pictures of my 36er but I'll put them in here once they're done. It just struck me that there was no post your guni thread in here yet, so I had to open it right away
    So let's see all your geared machines.
    µ-knee

  • #2
    My ride

    - KH/schlumpf hub (new bearings)
    - Almost stock 07 KH components
    - 125-150mm moment cranks
    - CF seat base
    - Thomson seat post
    - Old chrome lollypop bearing 20" unicycle frame as handlebar
    - Magura HS33 brake.
    - Snafu pedals.
    Attached Files
    Last edited by napalm; 2010-02-23, 11:03 AM.
    Find out about my latest Enduro XC rides and races at my blog.

    http://www.markandhisunicycle.wordpress.com

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    • #3
      The original.
      Attached Files
      -Greg Harper

      "6 Beers? This is Africa, we have that for lunch, then we clear the lions out of the streets so we can pick up gold nuggets." - GILD

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      • #4
        I remember seeing the blue shift years ago and really wanting it, AND I tried out the harper hub in der uber coker in NYC years ago a long time before trying a schlumpf out.

        Here is my styling g36er (I am now running a T-bar and 165mm/137mm cranks instead of a GB4 and 150mm cranks):

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        -James

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        • #5
          My geared KH 36:



          Custom paint job.
          Custom adjustable handlebar.
          Milled out KH cranks (125/150).
          Magura brakes.
          Wallis seat.

          corbin
          http://www.corbinstreehouse.com
          maestro8 fan club
          Justin LE fan club

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          • #6
            Sorry for the huge image!

            My geared KH24 in Madagascar:

            http://www.corbinstreehouse.com
            maestro8 fan club
            Justin LE fan club

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            • #7
              Originally posted by corbin View Post
              My geared KH 36:
              That is probably one of the most epic photos of a unicycle I have ever seen haha.

              Great photo and uni. I am experimenting with trying to get dual handholds on my KH T-bar, but unfortunately most of the configurations I have tried hit my knees while I am riding (on the closer grips).
              -James

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              • #8
                I started off with the Schlumpf hub in a 29". Cool uni and a good intro to gear shifting etc, but it didn't suit the nearby trails - low gear too low, high gear too high and wheel/tire size not one thing or the other.
                Attached Files
                Pete

                MUni & MTB, Victoria Australia
                http://digitalhippie.net

                KH36 Rollercoaster MUni | GUni Gear Shifting

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                • #9
                  After the 29'er I ran the hub in a 36'er. With the long 165mm cranks it was an epic XC machine, two genuinely useful gears off road, lots of fun, lots of scary moments.

                  However after a while it became clear that I didn't really want to get trapped into having the bulk of my off road rides determined by the uni, and around that time I sent my hub back for repair/exchange so had time to consider what to do next.
                  Attached Files
                  Pete

                  MUni & MTB, Victoria Australia
                  http://digitalhippie.net

                  KH36 Rollercoaster MUni | GUni Gear Shifting

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                  • #10
                    Following the 29'er and 36'er off road GUni's I've ended up with a 24" GUni. It's far and away the my favourite of the three GUni's, and has also meant my single speed 29'er and 36'er hardly ever get ridden these days. The 24" GUni is a super versatile off road MTB, really well suited to where and how I like to ride most
                    Attached Files
                    Pete

                    MUni & MTB, Victoria Australia
                    http://digitalhippie.net

                    KH36 Rollercoaster MUni | GUni Gear Shifting

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                    • #11
                      G-muni

                      26" schlumpf, KH dual 125 / 150mm, large marge, gazza 3" and triton frame - i love this speedmuni machine
                      Attached Files
                      bei tierquälern hört die toleranz auf.
                      wer elfenbein konsumiert tötet elefanten,
                      wer fleisch ißt quält und tötet
                      www.ridetriton.com

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                      • #12
                        Guni one

                        there is a newer model 1:1.75 but i have just pics from the old 1:2.5 planet gear...
                        enaddi at unicon14
                        http://www.unicyclist.com/forums/alb...&pictureid=226
                        http://www.unicyclist.com/forums/alb...&pictureid=221
                        bei tierquälern hört die toleranz auf.
                        wer elfenbein konsumiert tötet elefanten,
                        wer fleisch ißt quält und tötet
                        www.ridetriton.com

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                        • #13
                          Here is my GUni (I haven't received it yet but I got the picture as an appetizer from municycle.com).

                          It's more or less a stock KH26 with the following modifications:

                          Schlumpf Hub
                          137/165 dual hole moments
                          some white parts instead of the standard blue and black ones
                          Magura HS33
                          Nokian Gazzaloddi
                          Attached Files
                          www.bikepark-info.com

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                          • #14
                            and how does it feel? without pedals
                            bei tierquälern hört die toleranz auf.
                            wer elfenbein konsumiert tötet elefanten,
                            wer fleisch ißt quält und tötet
                            www.ridetriton.com

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by jogi View Post
                              and how does it feel? without pedals
                              The pedals were too expensive :P

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