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delta 224 2017-05-13 05:01 AM

Nimbus Nightrider Square Taper mountainuni 36"
After purchasing a Schlumpf 27.5" earlier this year my 36er has been seeing quite a bit of down time. Seeing as the Guni suits my needs much more than the larger wheel, I am considering selling the 36 to a good home somewhere on the east coast. The specs are as follows.

Coker Steel rim
29" Tube Stretched to fit *see note
Steel spokes
Nimbus Superwide Square Taper Hub
Nimbus Nightrider Tire- with original little rubber fuzz still on it!
Quick release seat clamp
Kris Holm FreeRide saddle
MountainUni Disc setup:
Sinz Dual hole 150/125mm cranks
Mountainuni Disc tab welded to frame
Avid Juicy 3 Caliper


Currently the seat does not have a T-bar attachment, so the buyer would need to either buy the KH T Bar setup or the small lever hanger from UDC, or we may be able to negotiate a price on the adjustable T-Bar setup currently on my Schlumpf.

* At the time that I re-set up this unicycle I was working in a bike shop and somehow developed holes in all of my dedicated 36" tubes (probably from pre-bikeshop tube installation days) so I decided to go with a stretched 29" tube due to availability, weight and price advantages. It was a great decision, and I highly recommend it. The significantly lower price and weight of the 29" tube means if you screw up once it is still cheaper than buying a dedicated 36er tube, and they are available at any bike shop. I haven't had any flats on the 29er tube, and it is slightly easier to get up to speed.

Price: I'm not really willing to negotiate on price, as I don't need the money right away. With the addition of the Disc brake and the various upgraded components, I think $400 is fair when compared to the price tag of $450 for a new UDC titan.

Location: Tri-State area, specifically Hudson Valley, NY.

I may figure out pictures in something better than link form if there is a large interest.

crazyunicyclerNJ 2017-05-13 10:13 PM

How far are you from the Tappan Zee?

delta 224 2017-05-14 03:21 AM

I'm about an hour from the Tapp, but I go to school on Long Island and plan on passing through there next week to come back from school.

crazyunicyclerNJ 2017-05-14 12:27 PM

I am going to mull it over and I will let you know. I have to venture to Newburgh soon as well.

delta 224 2017-05-19 05:13 PM

Take your time, it's currently relaxing in the heat of my garage :p

crazyunicyclerNJ 2017-05-22 10:27 PM

I ended up jumping on a KH 36er

delta 224 2017-05-25 04:32 PM

Price drop $350. I really like my schlumpf. Had a chance to ride it in brooklyn yesterday and realized I won't be going back.

delta 224 2017-06-27 02:19 PM

Bump. Make an offer. My schlumpf is treating me very well and I could use the funds for other projects.

delta 224 2017-06-27 02:21 PM


candyapplecorn 2017-06-27 07:19 PM

I'd take it but I'm across the nation in CA :( Plus at 5'6" tall, I'm afraid I'd be too short to ride it anyways

delta 224 2017-06-30 03:36 AM

The frame's neck has actually been cut to let the seat drop really far. I've shipped big stuff before but I have no idea how much a 36er would cost. Maybe via greyhound. What's your inseam?

dergky 2017-06-30 07:47 PM

PM'd you.

crazyunicyclerNJ 2017-07-03 05:22 PM

Actually just had a KH36 shipped to me from Colorado. he used bike flights to book shipping and it was reasonable.

delta 224 2017-07-09 12:02 AM

Still for sale!

Poinsy 2017-07-13 02:42 AM

Looks like a beaut, and I just moved to CT, but don't really have the spare cash or spare time to pick up a 36".
Too many stop signs and signals in town, too. :(

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