It uses a cross-over mid drive (but NOT using tandem components) with the arms cut off of the intermediate
chainset. He really likes the fairly direct chain line with one idler on the non-shifted primary chain return
run, which is much quieter and apparently more efficient than what the Rans has. It still needs several detail
tweaks, such as extending the BB boom about 1.5 inches and cutting an inch off of each end of the stock
MTB bars he is using now. It will eventually go in a shell of some kind, but that is a project for another day.
Our resident knitter was able to provide a tape measure, so we confirmed that it has a 49 inch wheelbase
and a 74 inch overall length.