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16 Unicycle / Unicycles / Unicycling ** FREE P&P **
Was £75.00
Now £34.99

20 Unicycle / Unicycles / Unicycling ** FREE P&P **
Was £85.00
Now £39.99

24 Unicycle / Unicycles / Unicycling ** FREE P&P **
Was £90.00
Now £39.99
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#1
Should read 'Reduced to £34.99' not £9.99
:)
[admin]#2
Randomness :lol:
#3
Maybe random, however i bought one a week ago for 34.95 (This was from Lidl - as found on HD of course) and gave it to my younger nieces/nephews - ages 7 - 12. It was supposed to be for XMas but I couldn't wait.
Anyhow they all spent the next 3 days on it - Brilliant fun in back garden.
My only issue is with the weight limit of 80KG - I'm 30 over ;-(
#4
Got one of these for my girls at christmas, told em the would get the other half next Christmas :-D
They love it, and I think it's gonna get some good use this summer!
Beware of having a go after a few beers though! :?
#5
theres a guy near me who seems to do the daily commute on this. serious
#6
magicbeans
theres a guy near me who seems to do the daily commute on this. serious


He's got to be a bit of a twit - with an a - to do that :) Great as toys for kids, but any burk who decides to use it as a mode of transport deserves to fall off under a tractor :roll: Sorry, but it's difficult enough to put up with cyclists and their moronic behaviour, never mind bloody unicyclists - I'd be tempted to knock one off if he unicycled next to me in traffic :p
#7
how do you chose the size,16,20,24 ?
i mean which is the right size
#8
Voted hot!
:p
#9
magicbeans
theres a guy near me who seems to do the daily commute on this. serious


i know that guy !
#10
jhw
He's got to be a bit of a twit - with an a - to do that :) Great as toys for kids, but any burk who decides to use it as a mode of transport deserves to fall off under a tractor :roll: Sorry, but it's difficult enough to put up with cyclists and their moronic behaviour, never mind bloody unicyclists - I'd be tempted to knock one off if he unicycled next to me in traffic :p


no prizes for guesssing who can't unicycle
#11
Rubbish - one of the wheels has fallen off :?
#12
jhw
He's got to be a bit of a twit - with an a - to do that :) Great as toys for kids, but any burk who decides to use it as a mode of transport deserves to fall off under a tractor :roll: Sorry, but it's difficult enough to put up with cyclists and their moronic behaviour, never mind bloody unicyclists - I'd be tempted to knock one off if he unicycled next to me in traffic :p


As someone who commutes through London every day on a bike I agree some cyclists are morons, but believe me they're way outnumbered by the moronic drivers;-)
#13
What sort of clown would buy this??????
#14
Good find Andy.

Looks like 10% quidco ! :w00t:
#15
sia
how do you chose the size,16,20,24 ?
i mean which is the right size


16" more control, less distance with each pedal, good for small space, juggling.
20" between the two.
24" good for distance and speed.

Good price :O)
#16
thanks K9ine
#17
the bigger wheel unis are normally considered a bit more stable (it's all relative, lol) and 24" tends to be the most common size for people i know (especially for use in races/unicycle hockey). the smaller one is much more controllable at slow speeds, and for "idling".

also, obviously, the bigger the wheel, the bigger the uni. I bought one of the Lidl ones a few weeks ago, and was very surprised to find that the shortest i can set the height is obly a couple inches less than is right for me - i don't think anyone under 5'6" would be able to reach the pedals.
#18
jhw
He's got to be a bit of a twit - with an a - to do that :) Great as toys for kids, but any burk who decides to use it as a mode of transport deserves to fall off under a tractor :roll: Sorry, but it's difficult enough to put up with cyclists and their moronic behaviour, never mind bloody unicyclists - I'd be tempted to knock one off if he unicycled next to me in traffic :p


So slagging someone off who can ride a unicycle? And admitting (jokingly I hope) that you'd try to knock someone off one.

Yeah, nice one mate :x

On a better note - these are serious good fun if you can master them - I'm not too good but my bro's pretty good. The 24" is pretty good for average height adults - and it's more suited to off road / garden etc. The 20" is typical, but better for halls etc.

Do it whilst juggling clubs or doing fire pois for maximum effect at a family bbq lol :-D
#19
Re size. No adult should ever consider a 16". They're only really suitable for children who are too small for their feet to reach the pedals on a 20". My 9 year old rides one but she'll be moving up soon. One big problem with a 16" is that the pedals hit the ground on sharp turns.

Smaller wheels struggle with bumps; offroad unicycles tend to have 24" or 26" wheels.

As for distance/speed a 36" is the way to go. I sometimes use one to commute to work and, contrary to "jhw", I'm no ****.

Regards,
Mark.
#20
Don't forget...10% Quidco too....
#21
jhw
He's got to be a bit of a twit - with an a - to do that :) Great as toys for kids, but any burk who decides to use it as a mode of transport deserves to fall off under a tractor :roll: Sorry, but it's difficult enough to put up with cyclists and their moronic behaviour, never mind bloody unicyclists - I'd be tempted to knock one off if he unicycled next to me in traffic :p


Oh, Someone has unicycle envy.

The folks that ride unicycles on the road normally have enough skill and confidence to be there in the first place. I dont see why they are any different to their two wheeled cousins.

P.S. If you have time and (alot of) patience, get a unicycle. you wont regret it. I never.
#22
Another link to consider if anyone decides to buy this... CLICKETY
#23
as much as i love unis, they really shouldn't be used on the roads - a lack of lights and reflectors ought to keep them off the roads, certainly in anything but the middle of the day.. cycle paths on the ohter hand, perfect environment for unis.
#24
This is getting well away from whether or not this is a hot deal but...

Why do you think unicycles can't have lights and reflectors? A strange comment from someone who seems to know a thing or two about unicycling. I avoid riding on roads at night when I can but I've raced in quite a few 24-hour mountain bike races. I wouldn't recommend trying that without some pretty good lights.

Cycle paths can be great and I plan my commute to include as many as I can but, alas, nobody thought to put a cycle path from my house to my place of work. About half is traffic-free along cycle paths, through parks etc. but the other half is on the quietest roads I can find.

BTW, for anyone who's been interested enough to read this far (not many, I guess) we've checked with the police and their view is that unicycles should be ridden on the road. They're road-legal as long as they have lights after dusk and before dawn, just like a bike.

Regards,
Mark.

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