Sébastien Dussac

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How can I help you?

Hello velonauts, my name is Sébastien DUSSAC, and I am a velomobile ambassador living in Haute-Savoie, France, at the foot of Mont Blanc, close to Geneva, Switzerland and Lake Geneva, as well as Italy, more specifically the Val d’Aoste. I’m a mountain guide and ski instructor in some of the world’s most beautiful mountains. I’ve already converted two of my best friends to the velomobile, so I can share my experience with you and possibly let you try out my machine.

Let me know how I can help you discover a fantastic alternative to a car that’s much faster and more comfortable than a bicycle! Let’s schedule a chat and maybe even a test drive!


Email: [email protected]


Useful links:    Sébastien YouTube Channel    Velomobile World YouTube Channel    Blog    Technical Support    Create account

About me

I started traveling by bike ten years ago, when my daughter was born. It was the best way to be outdoors and travel as a family with a young child.
Unfortunately (or not), I had neck pain a few years ago, so I naturally turned to the obvious solution in this kind of situation, the recumbent bike. I found a Street Machine from HP Velotechnik, the benchmark bike for long-distance travel. And right away, it was a great pleasure, as I crossed France several times and loved the advantages of the recumbent position.
In the course of my research, I discovered these strange machines known as velomobiles, a world still totally unknown to me.


Like most of us, I spent hours on the internet watching videos, looking for opinions on forums and started dreaming…
But it’s true that the price can be a deterrent even if the desire is strong. I kept on dreaming, looking at others, until one day I came across an ad for a used Milan GT for sale just down the road from my parents’ home in south-west France. This was the machine that appealed most to me, with its proven efficiency and characteristic humps that I love.


It was the start of a total (r)evolution for me!
It’s true that it takes some time to get used to the position and the sensations, which are so different. Generally speaking, we’re talking about 1000 km or so. But when you find yourself cruising along at over 40 km/h effortlessly, and you leave your first cyclists with honed calves and shaved legs, it’s impossible to get your butt back on a bike seat. At least on terrain that’s not too steep.
And for travelling, it’s an EXTRAORDINARY machine.


Following a silly bet, I covered the 800 km that separate me from my parents’ house in two (long) days. The next day, my legs weren’t even sore! After that, you look at the road map differently, and you’re soon planning long-distance trips. I’ve since made several trips, including a 2000 km crossing of France with one of my best friends, a video of which you’ll find on my YouTube channel.
For more ambitious projects, I’ve opted for a brand new Bülk, which is the best current compromise for me.


To be continued…

Bülk MK1 Velomobile

After Eggert Bülk and Jens Buckbesch started the Milan project in 2005 (which is still running successfully today), they started a new velomobile project in 2021, the Bülk-MK1. It implements a new space utilization and aerodynamic concept. The findings from various wind tunnel tests were also taken into account. Jens documented every step of the Bülk-MK1 project, then he sent us very detailed info to create a page where you can discover the philosophy of the Bülk-MK1.


A velomobile is a human-powered vehicle related to the bicycle, for everyday use, with a body/shell that provides comfort, weather protection and luggage space. Due to the aerodynamically shaped bodywork, you can achieve a decent speed with little effort (30-50 km/h on flat road). Velomobiles are very suitable as commuter vehicles, for shopping or holidays, also are a good way to clear your mind while taking a tour or a road trip with your friends.

Why you will love one

● Fun to drive with little effort on long distances

Environmental friendly transport

● Very suitable for commuting, shopping, holiday travels

Comfortable to drive

You are independent, needs only your force to work

Good for training and sport, good for your health


If you live in FRANCE, USA, Canada or UK, please create an account, so you can order your velomobile (soon also in Europe). After you create your account on our website, you can access the configurator to create the velomobile after your needs, you will see also the final price and other details, if you follow the steps. Do you need help? Please contact me!

People. Experiences. Reviews.

Werner Klomp, one of our clients, took some time to share with us his experience over the years with a few models of velomobiles.

I just want to write something positive as a customer of; In one year, I drove about 16.000 till 20.000 km with a velomobile made by in Romania, and that’s already over 10 years with a lot of fun and almost no problems.

The velomobiles are getting better and better, lighter and lighter, faster and faster. Therefore I thank the Romanian producers and off course the designer Daniel Fenn and also the distributor Ymte with whom I have also good connections. If there is a problem, what normally is small, the help from all three of them is very fast. I never had a problem that big in the last 8 years that I couldn’t drive on to the destination I want.

The first Velomobile was a Strada, which I drove in two years about 50.000 km and the only problem was the broken suspension on the back. This part made from aluminum was on the post after two days at my place to repair it. Strada was a little bit big for me, that is when Daniel came to and started to work there. At that time he designed the DF, which is like a smaller Strada, with the complete team from The DF velomobile came and I drove it with a lot of fun and speed, over 50.000 km in two years. By driving so many kilometers you’ll always find something to make better. All those experiences I offered to the team to make it even better than already was. The time goes on, people want to do their business to work, not always together, so Ymte started Intercitybike and Daniel is working for himself in southern Germany.

Daniel designed a new model called Alpha 7, which is a bit bigger than DF but a bit smaller than  DF XL. This velomobile is about 21 kg, which is 3 kg lighter than the normal DF, so as you can see, it is still getting better and better. This Velomobile is made in Romania of course, and at a really good quality. Also if the new velomobiles have some problems, they always fix them very fast and the customers are getting help. The Alpha is now also produced with tank steering, which is made from carbon fiber and very light.

At this moment I have an Alpha with tank steering at home and a DF that was specially made for me with special parts and special carbon fiber to make it lighter for me. This one made me happy and I drove 500 km already, with a lot of hill meters in it the last 5 days. The speed between Alpha and my special DF is almost the same, but for me the DF fits very well to my body, so I am very lucky to have this part built for me in Romania.

So I want to thank the whole team in Romania for their work, the good parts and the deliver … thanks a lot guys.

Velomobiles on world roads

We have happy clients that are delighted about the velomobile experience, in over 20 countries around the world.

Germany, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Netherlands, Belgium, England, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, France, Portugal, Spain

China, Japan, Korea, Saudi Arabia

USA, Canada, Brazil

Australia & New Zealand


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