Note the mudguard strut (hoop style from an old guard) just nudging the rear of the tailbox off the tyre.
Cockpit view -the mirror is very convex, gives an excellent view - I suspect a flat mirror would have been quite poor here, as it is very close to my eyes.
Thumb operated brake levers, keeps the area nice and clear, and allows of lots of hand positioning, since there is nothing to avoid on the bars.
Garmin mount on the main tube - this is visible, but somewhat obscured by the brake levers, so it's fine for navigation by 'beep and check' - but isn't all that easy to check speeds if you are trying to push along a bit.
B&M Lyt mounted to the light mount, and Schlumpf HSD. I've taken the quick change arms off the cranks, because the right hand crank has lost some pedal threads and that pedal kept coming loose.
The Lyt is currently powered by a 9V battery in the tailbox, and has an old telephone wire carrying the power to the light, and back to the TopLight Plus Small mounted at the rear of the tailbox. The switch on the Lyt turns the front light on/off and the tail light on - it then runs on it's own standlight when the Lyt is off.
The pedals are nice one sided affairs, I might move them onto one of my other bikes and use a pair of pure SPDs on this.
The Toplight Plus Small, and mudguard strut, on the rear of the tailbox. The headrest has been replaced with an ICE neck rest, and that has a B&m slimline reflector attached by p clips - so it can turn out of the way to allow the boot to open.
The tailbox is mounted on spacers, to keep it about 7-8mm off the rear of the seat, this allows for the mounting hardware of the neck rest.
I have two new hubs, with disc mountings, to build up into wheels. The rear is a dynamo hub as well - to get the lights powered properly. I'm tempted to make that into a disc wheel if I can - I think it would look pretty nice