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2002-05-08, 07:46 PM
Hey I was wondering where I could find a cheap MUni and im not a newbie unicyclist <<<just dont know how to change that
2002-05-08, 09:53 PM
a cheap MUni?that aint gonna happen,unless you make it yourself and even then,that aint so cheap.
2002-05-08, 10:14 PM
I mean cheap in the average price range ya know like $280+
2002-05-09, 12:18 AM
I got the low end Pashley. It took quite a while before I began to feel like it was holding me back on the trails. The only down side is that the frame won't accomodate a large tire, so I am left buying a whole new second muni, which it isn't bad to have a spare to loan to people, but it is expensive to start over. I would definately recommend this one to someone looking for a good quality *inexpensive* muni to get started. I think it will become my commuter uni when I finish my new one.
2002-05-09, 04:58 AM
all of you
pashley owners out here need not fear.you can fit a 3.0 tire in there by squeezing the forks in a vise.compared to what is on the market,the Pashley frame is "low cost",ride the 2.6 tire for a while,then in the future squeeze it for free.
put your money in the wheel!
2002-05-09, 12:37 PM
Pashley fork, bearing housings, and bearing bolts come to $230 bucks:
Overpriced British Import (http://www.unicycle.com/shopping/shopdisplayproducts.asp?id=2&subcat=22&cat=Pashley&L2=Frames+and+Frame+Parts&L3=Off%2DRoad+Frames&L4=Pashley)
You might try Jaguring (ya, you'z been verbed!) a Sem XLW ($63, with caps):
Sem 26" XLW (http://www.unicycle.com/shopping/shopdisplayproducts.asp?id=2&subcat=22&cat=Semcycle+XL&L2=Frames+and+Frame+Parts&L3=Freestyle+and+Street+Frames&L4=Semcycle+XL)
Or wait for Lucifer to roll in.. maybe a couple weeks...
2002-05-14, 11:15 AM
Well, cheap muni. No muni with any type of quality is goiong to be cheap. The cheapest cycle i have seen, that wasnt a piece of metal, was around 270. I dont know if that will help you.
2002-06-04, 08:15 PM
ok i found a rather nice one i think i am going to get its the wilder cycles lightrider A and i rather like it because of the low weight 1.44 lbs
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