The most important question when it comes to buying your first unicycle is probably what you want to do with it. Do you just want to learn to ride? Do you want to go offroad? Do you want to learn tricks and glide around and perform or do a dance routine? Or do you want to commute by unicycle?
Prices generally range from about $150 for the one-wheeled equivalent of a Carrefour bike to upwards of $1000 for a sturdy unbreakable Kris Holm unicycle. Unlike bicycles, unicycles require minimal maintenance and don’t need frequent oiling.
A commonly-asked question is, why aren’t unicycles half the price of a bike? Well they are actually cheaper. A top-of-the-range Titanium unicycle would set you back by about $5000 but a top-of-the-range Titanium bike frame along would easily cost the same amount.
Online unicycle shop and local distributor of Qu-Ax brand unicycles. Prices start from $160 for a 16″ uni and $200 for a standard 20″ uni. Other brands may be available from time to time. If you have something specific, drop them an enquiry.