like to work with wood and ride a velomobile? Here you have found the solution for both! Through your own contribution, you will receive a very affordable and high-quality velomobile.
equipped with common bicycle and velomobile components. You can find the components in the blueprint. The cabin offers protection on all sides, as the solid connection between the seat structure and body results in a very resistant and torsion-resistant passenger cell.
Using our blueprint, create a self-supporting body made of plywood with excellent properties.
Thanks to the imagery, the building instructions are internationally understandable.
Affiliated information is provided in English and German.
transfer the 1:1 pattern in original size to the plywood panels using the pattern wheel.
The original scale 1:1 enables you to cut out the plywood parts with millimeter precision without dimension tables and conversion factors.
The cut-out parts can be put together precisely and quickly using the "screw and glue" method.
you can get there step by step with our detailed building instructions.
In the SUPPORT you can get the current construction information at any time. If you get stuck, you are welcome to write us an email or give us a call. We will help you in any case!
The cabin is suitable for one person from 1.50 m - 2.00 m. The bottom bracket distance and the seat height can be variably adjusted to the body size. The comfortable chassis with independent suspension consists of proven components from velomobile technology.
Electric assistance can be easily integrated and enables effortless driving in every situation.
Due to its low weight and the aerodynamically optimized body, you are very fast on the road. This ensures an exceptionally long range when driving with electric assistance.
The windscreen and the side windows can be adjusted and opened to ensure a clear view at all times.
There is ample storage space behind the seat.
The ventilation system developed by sitko-velo ensures a pleasant and dry climate: a diffuser in the rear of the vehicle uses the suction effect of the airstream to specifically transport moisture from the interior - especially from the seat surface - to the outside.
The view from above into the vehicle interior shows how the seat ventilation works: fresh air enters the interior through inlets in the floor and under the windshield. The air finally leaves the vehicle through the air-permeable seat cover and the perforated seat surface. This keeps moisture away from the windows and the driver's back stays dry.