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Published on February 17 2013
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Homebuilt Velos - Aluminum

Feb 16, 2013 - The Homebuilt Velomobiles - Aluminum list page.

 

Aluminum projects

Gavin Keats's (Carnot) seems to not only be a useful personal project, but one that also clearly demonstrates the fabrication abilities of his shop. The Carnot has very nice lines and it would be nice to learn more about it. His website is located at: Velocity.

Rick Atwater helped oversee the construction of two unique velomobiles at his shop (CGI Waterjet in Rockford, IL) as part of a way to enhance the skills of his workers. There is a page on the company website at: CGI. There are also a large number of pictures available at: B-52.

The Alligt (Alleweder a3) was commercially available as a kit a few years ago, but has now been directly replaced by the Alleweder a4 (see the Historical Velomobile section for more information on the Alligt Alleweder a3). The Alligt website is at: Alligt

The Alligt (Alleweder a4) is still commercially available as a kit as well as fully assembled (see the Current Velomobile section for more information on the Alligt Alleweder a4). The Alligt website is at: Alligt

The Alligt (Alleweder a8) is the most recent commercially available kit from Alligt [also available fully assembled]. Alligt is trying to replicate the experience of the Waw in an aluminum kit (see the Current Velomobile section for more information on the Alligt Alleweder a8). The Alligt website is at: Alligt

The Flevobike (Alleweder a2) was the first commercially available velomobile kit. It is a modified version of the original Bart Verhees Alleweder. Although Flevobike still produces velombiles, the Alleweder a3 was replaced by the Versatile (which was not available as a kit). (see the Past Velomobile section for more information on the Flevobike Alleweder a2). The Flevobike website is at:

The VelombileUSA (FAW+) is an updated, modified Flevobike Alleweder a2 that is still currently available as a kit [as well as fully assembled] (see the Current Velomobile section for more information on the VelomobileUSA FAW+). The company website is at: VelomobileUSA.