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Adventure Unicycling, Mountain Unicycling, MUni, Unicycle Tour, Unitour

Articles

We’ll be adding articles over the next few months on Adventure Unicycling.¬† Please let us know what you would be interested in, or if you would like to submit an article.

Upcoming articles:

General

-Getting started

-Learning to ride

Total Gear Ratio A concept of unicycle gearing…or at least how to think about unicycle gearing, devised by Klaas Bil

Unitouring

Packing up a unicycle How to pack up your baby for travelling

Packing list for a 2wk supported Unitour

-Travel tips

-Organising a Unicycle Tour

Training Guide A 12wk training guide that will have you primed and ready to tackle any unicycle tour!

-Unicycle set-up

Muni

-riding techniques

Road

Speed tips how to go fast on one wheel!

Climbing tips from the pros

-Road Unicycle Set-Up and T7 Handle Modification The next step in long distance riding….positioning yourself more like a bicyclist. Also a quick and easy modification for T7 Handle Users

Technical

-Maintenance

29’er vs Tubeless Conversion for 36″ Wheels

36″ Tubeless conversion

29’er Tube in 36″ Wheel Conversion

-Lightening a 36″ Wheelset

Reviews

-Triton Disc,  Spirit Cranks and Nimbus Flat review

NNC Flatfish: The worlds best unicycle seat

Health, lifestyle and injuries

Unicycle Injuries: how to drain a subungual haematoma

 

  • Luis

    September 15th, 2014

    an article about unicycles and cyclocross,
    the best unucycles for cycloss events,
    or altering or improving any unicycle for a cyclocross
    comp.

  • Gizmoduck

    September 19th, 2014

    It’s probably not different to trying to build a lightweight Muni. In terms of what works best- that’s going to depend on the course and what class you’re entered in (unicycle rules), or whether you’re competing with bikes.

  • Rogelio

    October 12th, 2014

    What unicycle models are currently used for cyclocross(unicross) events?

  • Rogelio

    October 12th, 2014

    What unicycle setups (and/or modifications) work best for unicross ?

  • Gizmoduck

    October 15th, 2014

    Given that’s fairly new and likely course dependent, it’s pretty difficult to say. In Unicross, it has only been competed once at Unicon level, and there is both standard class and unlimited class. I raced standard this year and came 4th using a very light 26″ setup. My entire Uni came in just at 4.5kg, which was great for carrying it over the jumps and stairs.

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