Timing Belt System for Tandem

Timing Belt System for Tandem

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Regular price $349.00 Sale

Description

Enjoy the benefits of a timing belt on your tandem! With our belt splicing technology, we can custom cut our belts to any length. There are no limitations to the stoker compartment length to enjoy our timing belt. 

Cycling should be smooth, responsive, and worry free. Belts don't require grease or regular maintenance, so you can spend less time tinkering with your bike and more time riding or relaxing.

Our durable, robust belts last 3x as long as your traditional chain components and is just as strong. Belts also don't "stretch" like chains do, making maintenance easier. Make your life easier and upgrade your bike with a belt.

 

 

Features

Sprockets:

  • Slotted teeth shed mud and debris readily
  • CNC machined for high precision 
  • Case hardened Chromoly and nickel-plated for exceptional abrasion resistance
  • Proprietary sprocket flanges provide perfect belt guidance
  • Run at lower tension than most belt drivetrains, installation is easy

Belt: 

  • Abrasion resistant tooth facing for longer life of your components
  • Splice meets ISO standards for strength equivalent to chain
  • Splice allows belt to be joined through rear frame triangle
  • Improved flexibility leads to higher efficiency and is more resistant to damage
  • Not adjustable after installation
  • Made of H-NBR rubber, reinforced with carbon fiber cords
  • Rubber is resistant to temperature, oxidation, and chemicals. Made of one of the most durable rubbers you can buy
  • Joined by stainless steel rivets that will never rust
Items Included in Kit
  • 14mm custom sized, spliced, carbon fiber belt
  • (2) Belt Rings
  • Rivets 
  • Chainring Bolt Spacers

*Riveting Tool required*

Have any questions about whether this is right for you and your bike? Let's chat today. Click here to contact us.

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