Choosing the right size Uni
Measure your inside leg seam from crotch to floor to determine which size unicycle is suited to you.
|Wheel Size||Leg Length Min|Max (Standard)||Leg Length Min|Max (Shortened)|
|12″||50cm – 61.5cm||47cm – 61.5cm|
|16″||60cm – 74cm||51cm – 74cm|
|18″||76cm -81cm||58cm – 81cm|
|20″||71cm – 84cm||61cm – 84cm|
|24″||79cm – 92cm||69cm – 92cm|
|26″||81cm – 93cm||74cm – 93cm|
|27.5″||81cm – 103cm||71cm – 103cm|
|29″||86cm – 106cm||76cm – 106cm|
|36″||75cm – 110cm||75cm – 110cm|
How long will it take me to learn to ride a uni?
This is how long it took Erlo Brown to ride a unicycle. He is a South African currently working in Korea.
How to assemble a Unicycle
Instructions for assembling a beginner unicycle and a giraffe unicycle.
NB: Take special note about the cranks, pedals and rolling direction of the wheelset.
How to ride your Unicycle
How to mount your Unicycle
Free mounting is an essential skill to being a Unicyclist. If you can’t mount without a aid then you can’t rightfully call yourself a Unicyclist.
Tips on learning this essential skill…
Help & Support
OddWheel Unicycles is South Africa’s only unicycling specific online store with an active community of riders and balance minded enthusiasts. Our experience and knowledge of the sport will guide and nurture you into the wonderful world of one wheeling. Need advice about choosing a product or whatever, get in touch: