Designed in 2002 by Damjan Zabovnik, design finalized in 2003, built in 2004 for Damjan Zabovnik.
- CdA = 0.0155m2 (for 172 cm tall Damjan Zabovnik)
- Cranks length 170mm
- rider goes backwards (again), head first and lying on his back and uses a mirror for navigation
- Driving wheel positioned just behind the cranks
- Cable steering
- 17″ front wheel, 26″ rear wheel
Damjan poses after making his world record for low-altitude flying 200 meters sprint. The record is still valid today:
Graph from 200 meters sprint course, Battle Mountain 2006.
Graph from Dekra Test Oval 2008 when Damjan set the world record for 1 hour time trial going 87,11 km/h.