Those who are looking for a new challenge on wheels might find an avenue to satisfy their thirst for adventure in the UDC Minibike. Especially for those who have tried their hand at riding unicycles or odd bikes like a modern-day penny farthing bike will find a new challenge and a unique and captivating look in the minibike above, which you can find at Unicycle.com.
This is one of the highest quality options out there in a small bike to test your skills as a rider. You probably won’t be winning any races on a little bike like this, but it’s great for showing off and trying out new skills. Even if you’re just interested in a smaller set of wheels to take out for fun every once in a while, this little bike won’t let you down.
It’s built solidly from heavy gauge steel, and even this little package weighs nearly 14 pounds. In other words, its rock-solid steel frame will be able to hang with your interests in riding, whether you just ride from point to point or you want to learn to pull off some tricks on this minibike.
For anyone interested in a mini bike that offers comfort despite its small size, you’ll be pleased to know that this little bike comes with a UDC big cush saddle. For its size, it’s fairly adequate and 22.2mm straight post with a single bolt seat post clamp for adjusting the seat height to your needs.
The tires are 6-inch solid rubber and paired to mag chrome rims; even though smaller tires handle rough terrain poorly, on a nicely kept road and with skillful handling this bike can offer you a smooth ride. Plus, the fact that the front and rear tires are solid rubber means they require effectively no maintenance and are very stable, which for anyone looking for a tiny bike for trick riding.
The crank arms and pedals are some of the only easily replaceable parts on this particular mini bike. The pedals are made of a plastic body paired to a strong CrMo axle with 9/16” threads, and this bike comes with 90mm cotterless cranks.
It might look too little to tackle, but anyone with the determination can learn to ride this bike if only because it’s made so solidly. Get in the saddle and you can try out your skills or learn new skills, even putting a trick or two into the mix.
If you want to learn more about this particular minibike or you want to hear what customers are saying, visit the link above which will take you to Unicycle.com. Their page has a number of reviews from happy customers who have plenty to say about this bike, and though the bike might enable you to pull off some neat tricks, it’s no trick itself; it’s the real deal.
If you’re still seeking more in-depth information on this little bike or any of the other oddity bikes at Unicycle.com, you can always reach out to a member of their team directly. Visit their website and you can reach them via live chat, or you can give them a call at 678-494-4962.
Their team has years of experience in matters of this nature and there’s no better resource at your disposal. Whether you’re looking into picking up your first unicycle and tackling the challenge or you simply have a few questions on this minibike before you get one for yourself, they’re the team to call. Visit their website today and call them up if you want to learn more or have any questions.