There's a massive variety of performance across the spectrum we offer, from the first option we propose, good in what it does and comparable in quality to the disc brake systems you usually find on the best known mountain unicycles available on the market, to the more powerful ones, up to the 4-piston braking systems, which offers excellent modularity and superior stopping power in all conditions, instilling great downhill confidence and control.
The round Mad4One frames are made from aluminum alloy AL7005-T6, that compared to the more common AL6061-T6 has a greater load resistance (+ 12%) and a higher fatigue resistance (+ 56%). The URC frames are made from CrMo-4130 chromium-molybdenum steel, an alloy that guarantees greater load resistance, lower specific weight and better tensile strength compared to unalloyed steel. In the design of our frames we paid also great attention to the shape and the diameter-thickness ratio of the tubes. Furthermore, we paid great attention to the shape and the diameter-thickness ratio of the tubes.
There is also a wide choice of cranks. We go from the standards ISIS UnicycleStuff, 1 hole, up to the high-end MAD-Tecno or AGILE. Both Tecno and AGILE are 100% compatible with any ISIS-hub. They come out of the same aluminum mold and are made from ERGAL AL7075, the aluminum alloy that offers the best strength and stiffness. But where does the difference lie? In the finishing phase the Tecno are beveled while the AGILE are further milled with different CNC machining that optimize the weight without compromising the strength (they are 30% lighter than the Tecno). Furthermore we tried to reduce as much as possible the Q-Factor and we succeeded. In fact, the AGILE are narrower than the ISIS-standards. Their Q-Factor has been reduced by 3mm per side, for a total of 6mm. A narrow Q-Factor improves riding efficiency (better power generation and more aerodynamic), that is very important at high speeds, such as speed on the track.