custom QX #rgb Trials Uni 19": #rgb stands for "red" "green" "blue" and therewith for the tailormade unicycle range from QU-AX. You can choose among many components and colours:
- Q-Axle hub - huge 24 mm diameter steel spindle, drilled to a maximum for minimum weight, aluminum-body
- light QU-AX Zero Q-Axle cranks, 137 mm, anodized black (choose another size if you prefer)
- QX-series flat saddle, extra thin and firm for perfect grip
- filligrane QX-series #rgb aluminum seatclamp with double bolt clamping, laser #rgb-logo, only 29g
- wide #rgb rim, 19", 6061 aluminum alloy, 5 double-wall chambers, 45 mm outer width, 38,6 mm inner width, QX laser-logo on flange
- 67×387 mm (19"x2,5") Maxxis Creepy Crawler tire, or optional OBR Gekok tyre, saving further 245g
- light black QX-series plastic pedal, optional in white, or in black Magnesium or yellow Magnesium
- the #rgb frames have a wide 34,9 mm steerer-tube for thin wall-thicknesses with maximum rigidity. They are made of 6061-T6 aerocraft-grade aluminum alloy. An anodized frame is lighter than a painted one, too - and finally, the threads in the frame save the weight of steel-nuts you would need otherwise. All this makes the QX #rgb frame weigh only 422g (shells 78g, screws 22g). The #rgb frame has a unicrown shape to protect your legs from any impact. #rgb Logos are lasered, the huge QX-logos are decals - definetly one of the lightest frames on the market.
- tyre-clearance: height from axle-center to lower end of frame-crown: 265 mm, width at tire-height: 85 mm
- #rgb 7050 aluminum seatpost with styled, wide head, huge 31,6 mm diameter for thin wall-thickness and only 216 g in 350 mm
- weight: approx. 4,5kg (with optional Gekok tire) or 4,7 kg
- minimum inseam size length for custom QX #rgb Muni 19": approx. 63 cm (with 137 mm cranks)
In the photo-gallery you can find detailed drawings of the frame-measurements and also photos of all parts in all available colors.
Find more informations about the Q-Axle-standard here.
Find more specs and details about #rgb-series here.
Find the assembly instructions for your unicycle here.