Did a bit more on the new velo while waiting for some electrical work to be done in the new shop. At first I though it was looking quite big until I lifted it off the sawhorses I had it sitting on and put it on the ground. Once at ground level it was looking smaller than most velomobiles. The amount of ground clearance at the front is actually larger than it looks as the shop floor slopes up to meet the doorway. At the present size of the front with the bottom bracket at its present height there in no need for footholes or bumps to have heel clearance. My shoe size is 44. This way you can leave the bottom flat and very clean aerodynamically. The bump behind the head is still too large and the shoulder width may be a bit excessive. I will build the other side to match and then take a shape off the outside. Once I have this layup done I can cut it into some parts so it will come off the pattern. Then reassemble it and sit inside it to check out all the clearances.