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Old 2016-04-15, 05:32 AM   #121
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Another great looking deal! A seat that you will remember for a long time!

https://losangeles.craigslist.org/sf...505436966.html
It needs a little TLC and after one ride so will you!
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Old 2016-04-15, 10:48 AM   #122
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Wasn't that the first prototype of the KH zero seat?
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Old 2016-04-15, 12:01 PM   #123
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Shorten the seat bar, wrap it with a 1cm layer of hard needle-felt and a layer of hard leather and you'll get the seat I learned on.
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Old 2016-04-15, 01:28 PM   #124
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That actually might be reasonably comfortable if you rotated the seat 90 degrees.
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Old 2016-04-15, 02:56 PM   #125
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Super cycle , skate bike , unicycle - $150

Super cycle , skate bike , unicycle - $150


I see these occasionally when searching for unicycles on CL, but the "Super Cycle" plate and the very reasonable price of ONLY $150 USD caught my eye.
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Old 2016-04-15, 03:59 PM   #126
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It needs a little TLC and after one ride so will you!
Ouch!
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Old 2016-04-15, 05:11 PM   #127
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Super cycle , skate bike , unicycle - $150
And in like-new condition!
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Old 2016-04-15, 06:54 PM   #128
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It needs a little TLC and after one ride so will you!
"Geez, this seat feels like I'm sitting on an iron pipe!"
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Old 2016-04-20, 04:00 AM   #129
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"Geez, this seat feels like I'm sitting on an iron pipe!"
Yeah, exactly the same feeling.
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Old 2016-07-21, 01:05 PM   #130
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A "vintage" flattened seat on craigslist, for your amusement:

http://minneapolis.craigslist.org/hn...683061660.html

I hope a kind soul will inject the picture....
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Old 2016-07-21, 01:18 PM   #131
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I hope a evil soul will inject the picture....>: )

lol... looks like an elephant sat on it.

Really that looks like a decent frame for such an old school wheel. No lolipop bearings? Those look like proper bearing holders, and a really stout, well built frame.... wonder what that thing is.
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Old 2016-07-21, 01:43 PM   #132
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I came across that one last week. Have been tempted to call about it just to go check out what the heck is going on with that seat.
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Old 2016-07-21, 05:26 PM   #133
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lol... looks like an elephant sat on it.

Really that looks like a decent frame for such an old school wheel. No lolipop bearings? Those look like proper bearing holders, and a really stout, well built frame.... wonder what that thing is.
It's the new KH Fusion -1 (less than zero) saddle with custom ironwood handles.
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Old 2016-07-21, 07:03 PM   #134
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And in like-new condition!
uhm how do you steer that Super Cycle?

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Old 2016-07-21, 07:08 PM   #135
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uhm how do you steer that Super Cycle?
The front wheels are like a skateboard, so you can steer by leaning.
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