This is interesting , technically , and frightening !

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It's well made but not something I would like to have. Far too boxy.
 
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The video is all on flat surfaces. I think I can just make out some flexing wishbones at the front but can't help wondering if it does the often trick of quads and turns into an unwanted trike over rougher roads. I like the load area - very useful if there is some means of attaching the cargo.
 
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Is it my imagination or is it an optical thing?
In the first picture, the wheel on the yellow one looks laid over/broken.
 
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Is it my imagination or is it an optical thing?
In the first picture, the wheel on the yellow one looks laid over/broken.
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That picture contains mainly velomobiles and the yellow one is a Quest [ I think ] laid on it's side so you are looking at the central rear wheel.

Paul
 
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That picture contains mainly velomobiles and the yellow one is a Quest [ I think ] laid on it's side so you are looking at the central rear wheel.

Paul
Thanks, Paul

Whew! there, for a minute I thought it was 'my' eyesight getting worse. o_O🧐
 
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Last link doesn't work Paul.
Love the boxed chassis on it.
Fixed

I think he said the next iteration would have a more monocoque body to reduce the plywood in the chassis.

A beautiful project however not something I could use locally , paths to narrow and lots hills

regards Paul
 
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