UNDER PRESSURE TO DELIVER MORE S-WORKS FRAMES TO IT'S CUSTOMERS, the Big S has released a $4000 unicycle. Known as the Tar, the first available model is the S-Works level option.
Due to the unique nature of 1-wheel bikes vs 2-wheelers, they will essentially be doubling their production capacity.
Marketers at the company claim it's a triple win.
- Quicker deliver to customers
- Significant savings
- Better prep for the circus known as the Pro Tour.
That said this is not stripped down S-Works either:
- $1500 S-Works Tar frame
- $1100 Roval Alpinist Wheel
- $450 Power MIrror Saddle
- $400 S-Works Venge Seatpost
- $400 S-Works MTB Cranks
- $180 Boomslang Platform Pedals
- $50 Pathfinder Pro Tire
The company also claims myriad benefits to one-wheel training:
- Better balance
- Increased core strength
- Smoother pedal stroke
The icing on the cake, however, is safety.
Due to the upright unicycle position and it's rarely seen in the wild nature, drivers normally riveted to their phones and coffee are keenly aware of these beautiful machines and talented riders.
2020... what a year for cycling!
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