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View Poll Results: Which tweener wheel size?
22 inch wheel 5 29.41%
27.5 inch wheel 4 23.53%
32 inch wheel 8 47.06%
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Old 2017-03-30, 07:27 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by saskatchewanian View Post
I would like a more roadable 32 (and 36, and 42/48). Possibly in the 1.75 to 2.0 range and a 30ish mm wide deep section rim to go with it.
Me too! A rim/tire combination like that would make more sense for serious Road riders, though there would probably still be a larger market for a bigger, heavier "novelty" setup.
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Old 2017-04-20, 03:05 PM   #17
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+1 for a 42" pneumatic wheelset.
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Old 2017-04-23, 08:55 AM   #18
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I am 5'7" intermediate muni rider. 27.5 is a great size. I am very happy with mine. The 29 always seemed too big for me up steep, rooty hills yet not fast enough for real road riding. I like the 27.5 because it allows a pretty fat tire yet is still manageable in technical sections, steep downhills and uphills. Also fun for short urban rides. Great size. But as others had said 650b is very much mainstream.
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Old 2017-06-01, 06:04 AM   #19
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Originally Posted by Pinoclean View Post
A racing BMX tyre/rim for the 22. Lighter, just lighter than what is currently available.

A trials 22" tyre and rim. Wider Rim, THicker sidewall tyre made for hops.
Here's a huge thread about BMX bikes with 22"s (457mm bsd) rims and tires:


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Old 2017-06-01, 06:07 AM   #20
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Originally Posted by Pinoclean View Post
22's are probably best for Hockey and perhaps some Urban. Unfortunately in terms of urban there are no higher volume tyres meaning you have to run a pretty high PSI or risk pinch flats. This results in very hard landings.

For Hockey there is the choice of about 3 tyres and 3 rims. Not a great range so you definitely can't create a unicycle built specifically for performance.
Are you saying there are 22" tires made for hockey? What make/model tires?
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22", 27.5", 275, 32", tweener, unis

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