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Old 2018-01-13, 11:40 AM   #2
one wheeled cycling
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Location: Lüneburg,Germany
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29" sounds good, it's by far the most universal wheelsize, and although you can definetely expect needing some practice to get used to the bigger wheel, it will be a lot more manageable than the jump from 20" to 36" would be.

90-100mm is probably too small if you just learned, cranks are cheap, start with some 140mm cranks on the 29", then get shorter ones as you progress.
I do: Trials, Flat, Street, Downhill. Sometimes Freestyle.
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