Milan SL

Milan SL



273 cm

Height without Hotspot

82 cm


70 cm

Height with Hotspot

– cm


~25 kg

Turning Radius

13.5 m

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about this velomobile

The Milan SL velomobile was built in 2005 by Eggert Bülk and Jens Buckbesch for racing events and record drives. Since then, this velomobile has set a number of world records. To this day, this record bike has been continuously improved and optimized in the areas of weight, stiffness, comfort, and features. With its CW value of 0.1, the Milan is aerodynamically at the top. That is why you only need around 160 watts of pedal power for a speed of 50 km/h. This creates an enormous daily range.

Whether as a commuter vehicle, a holiday velomobile or a year-round sports device: with the Milan you fly towards your destination, and it is often difficult not to get the grin off your face.  While the Milan SL has largely been replaced by the Bülk, it is still popular with those seeking the ultimate race machine.