Lunicycle

Let's face it, learning to ride a unicycle is hard. Do you really have to spend months or even years training to ride a unicycle to get the same experience? Not anymore. Introducing the Lunicycle.

Overview

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Let’s face it: unless you’re a circus performer, learning to ride a unicycle is hard. Sure, we understand the attraction – who wouldn’t want their hands free while riding? You know, for juggling your keys, phone, briefcase and latte. But it takes months or even years to master a traditional unicycle. That’s why we invented the Lunicycle.

The Lunicycle is pedal-powered, but with the center of gravity low to the ground so that even the klutzy can experience the fun. The specially-designed leg supports add stability and decrease your learning time; as you lean against the supports, your body balances naturally. The pedals are set lower so it’s easier and safer to ride – just step on and off.

The Lunicycle provides a challenging, eco-conscious workout for just about anyone. For superstars who already know how to ride a unicycle, the Lunicycle expands your unicycling universe with a new option.

Prefer your one-wheeled ride with an electric motor? Check out the Solowheel!

Before and After

Comparison photos of the Lunicycle from before and after

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