Is a Go-One Evo K just too big and slow for you?
Published on 13 October 2012 21:52, edited on 13 October 2012 23:09 (1416 times viewed) 0
Well Beyss, the manufacturer of the Go-one velomobiles now has a solution for this. Daniel Fenn, who had also been responsible for the development of the Evo K wanted to reduce the cross-sectional surface further and come up with a light velomobile for not too tall riders.The result is a prototype of a vehicle which is a little shorter than the Evo K. It rides deeper and due to a smaller height, shorter riders can sit deeper which effects the center of gravity positively. The track is only slightly more narrow, thus the cornering behaviour should be even better.
In spite of being smaller, the width in the height of the elbows is wider than in its ancestor, thus more comfort here. The entire built of the vehicle changed. There is no “engine hood” anymore but an upper and a lower shell. The bottom bracket boom is adjustable and available in different sizes. The seat and its mounts can be modified to the customer’s needs but is not adjustable.
Its name will be something with s. In the German velomobile forum, the name Evo K is circulating. Daniel himself called it Evo S in a message. Let’s see how Beyss is gonna put it on the market.
Blathered enough, here are the pictures (more on BentBlog.de):