This is a 2004 or 2005 (not sure as I bought it used) Kettwiesel titanium trike. It is not the superlightweight version Hase sold for a short time, rather one built more for ultimate comfort, guaranteed to deliver a dry-footed rider even in the middle of the Pacific Northwest winter with the Mueller WindWrap fairing, and fenders. The suspension fork makes for a smooth commute, ably assisted by the Schwalbe Big Apple 2.0 tires all around. The front rack allows me to even out my load and the rails on the back side of the seat allow for many options for load carrying, from the Hase-specific bag, to the Ortlieb messenger bag (pictured).
This trike has a Schlumpf mountain drive rather than front derailleur; matched with the 9-speed cassette, the gearing is more than adequate for my moderately hilly 30-km, each way, commute to my night-shift job. —Sally