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Old 2006-11-07, 06:41 PM   #1
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Longneck trials frames

I was watching "Defect" and saw Z. Baldwins unicycle frame. It had a really long neck, as if it was a freestyle frame, because the bolt was really high.
I'm a tall guy, and my K1 Devil seatpost length didn't satisfy my trialy needs, so I switched to a KH seatpost. Everything was going great, SIF was much easier. Actually i just started riding SIF and rode about 50 meters!
Anyway, i was all fired up, but then i saw the "do not rise seatpost over this line" line. That's when I wished my frame had a longer neck.
So does anyone know of longneck trials- street frames?
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