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  • [For Sale: USA] 20" Nimbus setup for street, trials, trails, and more

    Up for sale is Nimbus II unicycle with a long list of upgrades. This is a quality unicycle with 20" wheel, built on an Alex DX32 hand laced rim, a one-piece forged Kris Holm CrMo Spirit hub for strength and reliability, and a 2.5" Maxxis Creepy Crawler tire. This wheel is built to last. Cranks have also been upgraded to the QU-AX1s. All in this was close to $600 to build.

    This was my 90lb daughter's unicycle. It's been ridden very little. It's been well cared for and maintained and it's in excellent condition.

    Unicycle is located in Bend, Oregon (97703). It can be picked up locally or shipped. My daughter is asking $210 or best offer, plus actual shipping costs.

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    Hi, I've approved this thread now, and deleted the other thread you made. I really don't know why the forum keeps moderating everything...
    Quote Uni57: Unicyclists are the nicest people! Both on and off the Internet.

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    • #3
      Spirit??

      Wow this is really KH Spirit hub? I thought that black version came out this year and I think that it looks a bit differently...

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      • #4
        Frame size

        I'm 5'11"/177lb - what would need changing to accommodate a different rider? Seat post length? Crank length?
        Last edited by Jacmckeag; 2017-08-23, 04:47 PM. Reason: Clarity

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Jacmckeag View Post
          I'm 5'11"/177lb - what would need changing to accommodate a different rider? Seat post length? Crank length?
          Hi Jacmckeag, the cranks are 140mm. My daughter is 5'5" tall, so the cranks may be too short. The seatpost can be extended so that might work for you as is but those are cheap anyway.
          Last edited by kentiff; 2017-08-25, 09:58 PM.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Tony Black View Post
            Wow this is really KH Spirit hub? I thought that black version came out this year and I think that it looks a bit differently...
            No this isn't a Kh Spirit. This is the 2004 Kris Holm hub, which were using 8 Spline cranks. Not compatible with ISIS stuff.
            Jakob F.

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            • #7
              The Unicycle has been sold - thanks!

              The unicycle was sold

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