It’s time to move on to another velomobile so I need to sell one to make that possible. I reluctantly put WAW no. 407 up for sale. This WAW has been ridden only approximately 800 miles since it arrived in January 2019. It has no scratches or dings. It’s in near new condition.
Price: $7900 – SOLD
- Carbon Fiber main section
- Carbon/Kevlar nose and tail sections
- Visible carbon wheel covers
- N4 Nose with SPAI (Stagnation Point Air Intake) and 2 headlights
- T3 tail with integrated rear lights
- Stowable Katanga race hood
- Daylight LEDs and turn signals in mirror caps
- Integrated USB accessory plug
- Triple 155mm crankset ( 60-39-30 ) – Pedals not included
- Alligt bottom bracket holder and post (stock bottom bracket holder also included)
- Alligt 60T chainring with integrated chain guard (prevents overshifting)
- 11-36 10 speed cassette
- SRAM X0 10 speed rear derailleur
- SRAM TT500 10 speed Bar End shifters
- Rear suspension upgrade with chain protector
- Includes all of the hardware to revert back to rigid rear end with chain protector
- Upgraded Ginkgo front wheels with black, machined 90mm drums
- Near new Schwalbe Pro One tires front and rear
- Single layer Ventisit seat pad
- Reusable Katanga factory wooden crate
- Any other components not specified are as supplied by Katanga
- Can provide custom vinyl graphics (we’ll have to talk about this)
- Custom add-ons (see below)
These parts came out of my workshop – not from Katanga.
Chris from Texas picked up the WAW today. After dialing it in for him, we took a 20 mile ride.
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Hello, do you have plans for that awesome sun hood and that mirror windshild?
The sun hood is based on the DF Velomobile’s sun hood sold by IntercityBike.nl. You can order one from them via email. You won’t use the mounting hardware for the DF. You’ll need to make something like the clear Lexan posts that you see in my photo. I’m not sure what you mean by “mirror windshield”. If you’re talking about the mirror cones, those are just the stock WAW mirror cones by Katanga. If you mean the small Lexan wind screen, I have made a pdf available on the WAW page of this site. The download link is at the bottom of this page: https://laidback.me/waw/