It's amazing, so much that I am spending 500 bucks on restoring one to full rideable condition so I can use it as my standard ride. Once mastered, it's simply unique and fun.
The downside is that the flevobike is unnecessarily durable, and thus heavy. It's made of steel. However, the upside is that the wheels are the same size, it's compact and can fold into two. It's drivetrain is efficient. Few recumbents can say these things about their bike. It's also one of the cheapest recumbents on the market.
Throughout the decades there have been many variations of the Flevobike, including this one, the Chinkara. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJl9h7XjMcg
It works exactly the same as the flevobike, and has the same suspension system. However, it is not as heavy and has a simple, elegant design.
Here is another great video showing the features of the general flevobike. It's in german but you can kind of follow what he's pointing at.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5HE0UVMymoA>>1319815
Great choice of clothing, imo.