Just over 25kg.
Head light is removable. It's a Philips 20-80 lux, that runs on 5.95V from the on-board electrics.
Reflection at the very front, trying not to harm the aerodynamics.
The light box on top is not the prettiest solution, but it's light, simple and very effective.
The holes look only awful in this photo. They fit my spine. Dash is my own work.
Narrowed to fit my shoulders.
Air suspension from Manitou.
FRM rear wheel, with 10-1 cassette and flat spokes.
X9 10spd. Exact Actuation
The Radical Design velomobile bag fits too. It should not be too full, because then there's no room for your right elbow.
I prefer head-out riding, excepts for when it rains. (and races, but that's rare and different) I sewed together this cover with material I bought from Radical. This 1st try works pretty good :-)
Tent, matras, velomobile bag, cooking stuff on the floor.
Top compartment is for clothing and shopping.
Plan is to store sleeping bag in front of chainring. (in some way)
Everything except sleeping bag.
steep speed bump. (And for those who laugh at our speed bumps because their much higher in your country: your just jealous and photos don't always capture the true angels) My simple rule of thumbs is that when an Evo K has problems with a speed bump, the speed bump is too high.
A killer type speed bump in a corner. Slows down every vehicle.
No problem because of the angle under which you approach it.
Silly steep speed bump. Notice how the underside of the K is angled to cope with this sort of misery. But this is obviously the right on the limit.
Slows every bike down to not much more than 20kph, even my Nazca Pioneer really dislikes this one.
28 flat spokes, a 90mm drum and a rim from Ginko too
An approximately 3x20cm screen keeps a lot of wind noise away from my ears. I tested it up to 60kph.
This rain cover is held in place with 5x2 magnets. It's made of strong tent fabric and 1 aluminium bow to give it shape and make it stable.
The reflector in the middle of wheel makes my K (look) wider. And especially in the dark, that's a great safety feature ;-)