That is, I road it at the 2008 Crusin’ in the Country Ride at Claxton, Georgia. I rode it for just over 26 miles on Friday afternoon after arriving in Claxton. I averaged 17.1 mph. The following day I rode my LWB Recumbent.
Last Saturday, I rode a century + in and around Claxton, Georgia. My total time was just under 9 hours [by about 15-minutes]. The ride too longer than my normal centuries. I do not know if that is attribitable to the wind, the weight of the cycle, or my conditioning. I tend to think the weight of the Stratus XP. I have managed reasonable averages on my carbon fiber cycle, with the best time from my Velokraft VK2. I averaged 17.1 on a 26-miler on the Friday warm-up ride.
In terms of speed, I rank my cycles as follows [fastest to slowest]: VK2; Trek Project One; Trek 5200; Stratus XP; Catrike 700; & Trek Y-22 MTB.