As promised in yesterday’s 10 Tracks episode, we’re featuring Dylan Canfield’s 2018 QU-AX RGB disc mountain unicycle in today’s Ride Review. Since 2018 Dylan has logged roughly 1800 unipacking and muni miles on this 14.69lb (as pictured) 27.5″ mountain unicycle. The stock version of Dylan’s uni would cost about $750.00 and is a mixture of QU-AX and Kris Holm bits. QU-AX unicycles are designed in Germany and made in Taiwan. Kris Holm is a unicycle and unicycle parts brand out of Canada named after one of the pioneers of mountain unicycle riding.

The Build

Frame: 2018 QU-AX #rgb Disc Muni 27.5″ frame
Rear shock:
Front derailleur:
Rear derailleur:
Brake levers: Custom 3D printed (by me) Carbon Fiber Nylon + TPU brake lever extender
Brakes: SRAM G2 RSC hydrolic brake with 160mm rotor
Bottom Bracket:
Cranks: QU-AX Zero 145mm
Power Meter:
Pedals: Race Face Chester
Front Hub: “Q-Axle” Disc hub. 36 hole
Front Rim:
QU-AX wide #rgb rim, 27,5″, 6061 aluminum alloy, 3 double-wall chambers, 45 mm outer width, 38,6 mm inner width, 36 offset-spoke holes
Front Tire: Maxxis Minion DHR II 3C/EXO/TR 27.5 x 2.8
Rear Hub:
Rear Rim:
Rear Tire:
QU-AX Eleven saddle with added stainless steel webbing straps for saddle bag attachment
Bars: Kris Holm T-Bar Muni Handle System
QU-AX #rgb 7050 aluminum seatpost, 31.6 mm diameter. Wolftooth Designs Seatpost Clamp Quick Release – 34.9
Since there isn’t room on the handlebars for a computer, I use a Garmin Instinct watch for all of my rides
Computer mount:
Revelate Designs Jerrycan with: Park Tool IB-2 multitool, 2oz Stans Sealant bottle, 2 small tire levers, 16 gram CO2, Lezyne CO2 inflator, 27.5+ Tubolito, 2 nitrile gloves, 2 hand sanitizing wipes, pocket knife, duct tape, spoke wrench, valve core remover, bacon strips and inserter tool, spare schrader and presta valve cores, pre-glued patches, various zip ties, beer koozie (protect tubolito or use for beer), and blue shop paper towel. Plus Specalized mtb mini pump in backpack.
Sealant: Stans sealant, schrader tubless valve with rocket ship valve cap
Additional Comments:
Weight with tools is 14.69 lbs (6.665 kg). Since 2018, I have put over 1,780 miles on this unicycle.

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