The Allweder A6 takes the classic aluminum velomobile and makes it into a fiber reinforced resin piece of art. Standard equipment will include a head rest, roll bar, dual front mirrors and an Inoled front light with a rechargeable Sigma battery. Available in red, yellow or white as standard, other colors are optional and the velo only need a few pieces glued together with laminating adhesives. Here is the price list for the A6, taken right from their website.
|Build kit A6 with 3 x 8 hub gears||€ 3795,00|
|Build kit A6 with Shimano 8 hub||€ 3870,00|
|Build kit A6 with Rohloff 14 hub||€ 4640,00|
|Brake on the rear wheel||€ 60,00|
|Fiberglass rain cover||€ 295,00|
|Seat pad||€ 30,00|
And of course what list wouldn't be complete without a few extras, like the technical specifications.
|Turning circle||8,3 m ( 9 m wall to wall)|
|Weight||31 kg (complete standard version with Continental SportContact high pressure tires)|
|Wheels||3 x 406 ertro (20")|
|Brakes front wheels||Drum brakes on both frint wheels activated by a single brake handle. Also used as parking brake|
|Brakes rear wheel||V-Brake (optional, required by law in some countries, advisable in mountainous areas)|
|Gears||3 x 8 Sram derailleur (standard version)|
Gear range with standard 65 teeth front blade (smaller blades possible.
In highest gear (24) 12.1m/crank revolution
In lowest gear (1) 2.2m/crank revolution
|Lighting||Battery operated long duration LED tail light with red reflector.|
|Front light (optinonal)||Uses four very efficient white LED's. Thanks to clever electronics it runs 72 hours (400 in blinking mode) on just 3 AAA penlights.|
With blinking mode for visibility. Gives sufficient light for an occasional ride in the dark. If you ride in the dark a lot, or under
difficult circumstances we advise to use 2 of these units, or to buy a heavier alternative.
|Miscellaneous||One rear view mirror (second one is optional).|
A powerful bell (you will need it!).
|Maximum body sizes||Maximum height is 195 cm and the maximum weight is 95 kg. Very broad shoulders restrict the maximum lenght as that means|
that the seat can not be put in the backmost positions. (the cockpit opening gets narrower towards the back. When foreseen during
the building process, it is possible to make the opening a bit wider, so the seat can be moved back a bit further without the
shoulders getting in the way.)