Indy Cotterless Cranks - Pair - 5 Sizes Available

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Quick overview

Affordable but tough cotterless cranks from Indy unicycles. These are great for swapping used cranks out on any of the Indy Trainer unicycles or if you want to add a different feel to your unicycle. Generally speaking, The smaller the ratio of crank length to wheel size the quicker the unicycle. Equally, the larger crank the more control the a rider will have. Size is measured from the middle of the axle hole to the middle of the pedal hole. Sold as a pair.

12" and 16" unicycles can only be fitted with 102mm cranks otherwise the cranks touch the ground when pedaling.
20" unicycles: 114 cranks give a smooth fast ride but make idling harder, 127 cranks give more torque and are good for learners and tricks, 152 are too long.
24" unicycles: 102 cranks are very smooth and should only be considered if you are a speed fiend, 127 cranks are smooth and still quite fast, still OK for idling, 152 cranks are great for learners.

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SKU UNI-025
Brand Indy
Weight 0.56kg


Affordable but tough cotterless cranks from Indy unicycles. These are great for swapping used cranks out on any of the Indy Trainer unicycles or if you want to add a different feel to your unicycle. Generally speaking, The smaller the ratio of crank length to wheel size the quicker the unicycle. Equally, the larger crank the more control the a rider will have. Size is measured from the middle of the axle hole to the middle of the pedal hole. Sold as a pair.

12" and 16" unicycles can only be fitted with 102mm cranks otherwise the cranks touch the ground when pedaling.
20" unicycles: 114 cranks give a smooth fast ride but make idling harder, 127 cranks give more torque and are good for learners and tricks, 152 are too long.
24" unicycles: 102 cranks are very smooth and should only be considered if you are a speed fiend, 127 cranks are smooth and still quite fast, still OK for idling, 152 cranks are great for learners.

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