Unicycles bikes are bicycles that were designed specifically for unicycling. They have a specially designed frame that is optimized for riding on the tips of your fingers, and they usually have very wide tires so you can travel over soft surfaces easily.
Unicycles bikes are not typically suited for use on roads or tracks, but they make an excellent choice for riders who want to explore parks, trails, and other areas that are conducive to unicycling. Here is the unicycle bike size chart:
|Min – Leg Length||Max – Leg Length||Unicycles Size|
|50cm (19.5″)||61.5cm (24″)||12″ Unicycle|
|60cm (23.5″)||74cm (29″)||16″ Unicycle|
|71cm (28″)||84cm (33″)||20″ Unicycle|
|79cm (31″)||93cm (36.6″)||24″ Unicycle|
|81cm (32″)||92cm (36″)||26″ Unicycle|
|87cm (34″)||97cm (38″)||27.5″ Unicycle|
|86cm (34.5″)||100cm (39″)||29″ Unicycle|
|88cm (34.5″)||97cm (38″)||32″ Unicycle|
|96cm (38″)||104cm (40.9″)||36″ Unicycle|
Unicycles Bikes size chart for kids
Most kids’ unicycles have a seat height of 20-24 inches. The smaller the child, the more important it is to have a unicycle that is the proper size. A child on a unicycle that is too big will have a difficult time keeping up with the pedals and may become frustrated.
Conversely, a child on a unicycle that is too small will have their feet dragging on the ground, which can be dangerous. If you are unsure what size to get, it is always best to err on the side of caution and get a unicycle that is slightly too big rather than one that is too small.
Unicycles Bikes size chart for adults
Assuming an average-sized adult, unicycles bike sizes for adults generally range from 20 inches to 36 inches. While there are smaller options available for those under 5 feet tall, and larger ones for those over 6 feet, the vast majority of riders will be comfortable on a unicycle in the 20- to 36-inch range.
The size of the wheel also has an effect on the feel and ride of the bike, with larger wheels providing a smoother ride but being more difficult to maneuver.
There is no definitive answer when it comes to choosing the right size unicycle. The best way to determine the right size for you is to come in and test ride a few different models. Our experienced staff will be able to help you find the perfect fit.