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Old 2002-08-30, 05:04 PM   #1
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Location: Hickory, NC
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Comments on my new set-up - por favor

The only unicycle I've ridden in several years has been my trusty Schwinn( except for a Savage that allowed me a brief ride before it taco'd after a not-so-huge curb jump.) The Schwinn has been extremely durable, not that I'm doin suicidal drops or anything, but it has put up with much abuse over the years. I'm now going to use the Schwinn for riding trails, so I needed another uni better suited for street riding.

This morning I ordered the components, listed below, to build my new uni for street riding. If I could get some feedback on these individual parts I'd greatly appreciate it. ie pros/cons, durability, weight, should replace with......etc. I probably should have waited for the feedback b4 making the purchases, but I think I am becoming a unicycle addict - I just couldn't fight the urge man!

Yuni 24" Frame

Sun Rhynolit 24" wheelset

Viscount Saddle

UNited Post

Euro Cranks 150mm

Odyssey GI Clamp

Odyssey Twisted PC Pedals
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