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  • Which muni setup do you ride?

    Who rides which setup?
    just nice to know
    263
    20"
    2.66%
    7
    24"
    23.95%
    63
    26" x smaler than 3"
    7.22%
    19
    26" x 3" or more
    9.89%
    26
    29"
    10.65%
    28
    24" geared hub
    1.14%
    3
    26" geared hub
    2.28%
    6
    29" geared hub
    1.90%
    5
    cranks 145mm or less
    16.73%
    44
    canks 150mm or more
    23.57%
    62
    bei tierquälern hört die toleranz auf.
    wer elfenbein konsumiert tötet elefanten,
    wer fleisch ißt quält und tötet
    www.ridetriton.com

  • #2
    Hmmm...
    Usually 26x3" (Duro) with 150s or 29x2.4" (Racing Ralph) with 140s.
    Occasionally 26x2.1" if it's really sticky mud and tyre clearance becomes a problem with the Duro.

    Rob
    "Hedgehogs - why can't they just share the hedge?" (Dan Antopolski)

    "I would absolutely recommend a 29er to anyone who didn't prefer a larger or small wheel." (Mikefule)

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    • #3
      Right now I'm riding a 24X3" with 150s, but once I get the plastic pedals out of my 137s I'm switching!
      Last edited by jaco_flans; 2011-01-06, 02:50 PM.
      Jakob F.

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      • #4
        A Blend of sizes

        My MUni riding used to be almost exclusively a 24" Hunter 3.0 with 175, now down to 150 SINZ with the Mountainuni Rotor. Last two seasons 75% of MUni has been w/ a KH29 2.3 with 137 cranks, no dual hole.

        A Triton 36" is next with the disc, and I can only assume that this may trump all other single wheeled forms of Off Road transport

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        • #5
          Hey, looks like I'm going to get to criticize the poll before John Foss gets to it :
          Why no option for 36?
          I'm also not sure what "canks" are, but I still went with that option.

          So, now to answer:
          Usually 29" with 150 or 165 cranks.
          More and more 36" with 152 cranks.
          I've also got a 24" muni, but I use it mostly to practice skills, and only sometimes on the trail to keep my speed down when riding with my son.
          My 29er is my little wheel. Roll it, baby!

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          • #6
            I started on a 24in with 150mm cranks, then moved to 26x2.3 with 152mm cranks. I plan to move to 29x2 with 150mm cranks ASAP. I also ride a 26x3 with 165mm cranks a lot.

            Of course, since tires aren't always accurately labeled, my 26x2.3 is really a 26x2.1 and the 26x3 is really a 26x2.7.
            Last edited by nordicnoel; 2011-01-06, 08:37 PM.

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            • #7
              You forgot 36er! My setup includes:

              24" KH MUni. 150mm cranks, maggies, LM rim, intense dh tire, cf base and handle, etc.
              KH 29er: 125/150mm cranks, maggies, stock rim, tire.
              KH 36er: Mostly street and distance, but MUni as well from time to time.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by jogi View Post
                Who rides which setup?
                Many of us have multiple unicycles.

                And some of us ride different unicycles on the same terrain... some days its 24er muni, other days its 36er muni.

                So... what's your question again?
                "The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt." - Bertrand Russell

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                • #9
                  My choice of rides has become totally weather driven:

                  When it's dry, I ride the KH 29 x 2.4 (RR)
                  When it's snowy or muddy, I ride the Surly 26 x 3.8 (Larry)
                  When I feel the urge, I ride the 36er, certainly not often enough.

                  Poor, poor, poor lil 36er, so lonely. What can I say, I'm all about muni
                  I dream of hamsters and elderberries

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                  • #10
                    i ride a 24muni for now and i want a 26muni with 165s and i want a 36er
                    Roses are red, violets are blue, may I procreate with you so I can ride a g32!! - Alan hogan

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                    • #11
                      KH 26 " w 150 cranks, Kh 29er with 125/150s and once in a while (not very often) my Coker Big One with 150 cranks.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by knoxuni View Post
                        i want a 26muni with 165s and i want a 36er
                        The OP is not Santa Claus.
                        "The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt." - Bertrand Russell

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                        • #13
                          26" x 2.6"
                          165mm
                          How about a poll for what we wish we were running?
                          Get out and ride

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                          • #14
                            GMuni 24" with 125s, 3" duro tubeless, handlebar, cf base, thomson elite Seat post, Maggies.
                            Find out about my latest Enduro XC rides and races at my blog.

                            http://www.markandhisunicycle.wordpress.com

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                            • #15
                              i am trying t put my old 24" together....130mm cranks
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                              70cm high jump (rolling)
                              225cm long jump (rolling)

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