Best unicycles according to redditors

We found 22 Reddit comments discussing the best unicycles. We ranked the 17 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Unicycles:

u/jeremiahs_bullfrog · 5 pointsr/unicycling

> owns exclusive rights

Do you have a source for this? I see Nimbus, Kris Holm and Impact on Amazon, and at least this Nimbus Unicycle ships from somewhere besides (I assume that's what Unicycle Shop is since the logo looks the same).

> They sell only quality unicycles so it's not all bad.

Agreed, and they have fairly reasonable prices too.

u/unnaturalpenis · 4 pointsr/unicycling

avoid this one, it does this

tho, 26" fucking rocks, I'll never go smaller, except with my 16".

u/autophage · 3 pointsr/unicycling

You can learn on a cheap unicycle, but if you can spare the change I'd get a Torker Unistar for 100-150 depending on size etc. That will assure you don't have some of the problems common to lots of cheap unicycles (cottered cranks, uncomfortable seats, etc.)

I've bought two on Craigslist, one was 80 bucks (24") and one was 50 (20"). Both were in good condition, though one was assembled incorrectly (cranks were on the wrong side). I also picked up a cheap 20" for ten dollars from a local sporting goods store - that was a good deal because it was so cheap but I have to hammer the cotter pins back in every once in a while, it doesn't have a quick-release seat post, etc.

u/YOLObear · 2 pointsr/BipolarReddit

I bought this one (Avenir DLX Unicycle and I'm happy with it. I've only had it for a month, though, and I can only ride it a few feet. But I'll get there!

It surprises me that people in a circus club wouldn't be all about learning the unicycle. It's super fun to learn as long as you're not easily frustrated.

u/absynthinwonderland · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Aw. That really sucks. I tore my meniscus when I was younger. It's such a pain.

Is a unicycle strange?

u/hardkorg · 2 pointsr/unicycling

Everyone always suggest Torker but me and my friends have gone through 3 of them and not one held up to a day of muni i think your better of with one of these 20" 24".

u/KeyAdams · 2 pointsr/unicycling
u/lilfunky1 · 2 pointsr/unicycling


That looks like a kids unicycle. 18" is an odd tire size that I think was built specifically for little kids. 20" is where most adult freestyle/jugglers would want to be at.

u/thisalone · 2 pointsr/unicycling

24" avenir dlx that I learned on. Soon to be owner of a nimbus 29" road unicycle. Can't wait to ride it. :D (edit: formatting)

u/TooOldToDie81 · 2 pointsr/me_irl
u/archamedeznutz · 2 pointsr/CringeAnarchy

This is what I found under unicycle training wheels.

This looks like a cyco cycle type device.

This screams hipster affectation, not fun transportation.

u/reddit-creddit · 1 pointr/unicycling
u/xgtrsl33- · 1 pointr/AskReddit

I would recommend the LX model instead of the CX. The seat on the CX is a brick in comparison.

u/Duckism · 1 pointr/unicycling


you want someone who has no experience on unicycling to spend over 300 bucks when they don't even know if they'd end up liking it or stick to it?

u/thechevalier · 1 pointr/unicycling

I recently bought one of these.

It's pretty decent.

u/escrocs · 1 pointr/unicycling

Had a Sun, that was pretty flimsy and the rim broke soon as I started to learn how to hop. I have a 20 in. nimbus and I couldn't be happier! Unless of course I had the bank to buy a Kris Holm uni.

what I had

what I currently have
It also does great off road

If you are serious about buying a unicycle, I would recommend purchasing one that you know you will use in the future, instead of buying a cheap-o and end up growing out of it in 3-6 months and wasting your money. Then again, you may find out that unicycling isn't for you and regret buying an expensive you. It's your call.