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Old 2015-11-18, 06:41 PM   #7
juggleaddict
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You don't really need a street uni for that kind of thing, though it's not going to hurt to be on one. Given your inseam length, you may be more comfy on a 24" nimbus II or Muni, and it will be a lot cheaper if you're just using it as a learning tool. Not to discourage you, both of them are great wheels. If you don't plan on learning a lot of tricks, the Muni would allow you to try that out if you were interested.

Idling on a 36er can be done, but it's not particularly useful. It takes a lot of effort for what it is, especially if you run small cranks. Hopping in place is more efficient it seems. I personally just re-mount.
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