It is believed that these one-wheeled vehicles came about in the late 1800’s when riders of the popular ‘Penny Farthings’ realised they could actually ride them without the use of the small back wheel, by leaning forward over the front wheel and lifting the back wheel up off the ground. This then evolved again to become the bicycle we all know today. However the unicycle remained and continues to be a popular form of entertainment and recreation.

If you are chasing a particular unicycle or unicycle part which you cannot see on our website, let us know, as we are happy to order them in for you if we can.


In 2004, Sem Abrahams rode the tallest unicycles ever at 35m (114.8ft) high for a distance of 8.5m. And Peter Rosendahl set the world record for riding the smallest unicycle ever at 30cm high, with a wheel diameter of 16.5mm for 11.5m.

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