A Unicycle with a 20″ wheel is a good size to learn on. If you were thinking of using it for distance riding, a 24″ wheel would also be a good choice.
- Qu-ax Unicycles available from RTUC member Brian Sciatto, 248-310-1432, email@example.com. See flyer here. Contact Brian for special RTUC pricing that may be lower than on the flyer.
- “Club” Unicycle from Unicycle.com . Sign up for their newsletter to receive sale notices and free shipping options when available.
- Anything by Nimbus will be a higher quality option if you want to spend a little extra.
“Two of the main considerations when choosing a unicycle are whether it will fit you and what sort of riding you want to do.” An exert from:
Selecting a Unicycle – a resource by unicycle.com Australia
Frequently Asked Questions – a resource by unicycle.com US. Ten Topic categories including “First Time Buyer”, “General Information”, “Selecting a Unicycle”, “Learning to Ride”, “Assembly or a Unicycle”.