Strida belt wheel - for 5-bolt 130 mm spider

Strida belt wheel - for 5-bolt 130 mm spider 3d printed Mechanical parts Belt wheel on single-speed 130 mm bolt circle crankset
Belt wheel on single-speed 130 mm bolt circle crankset
Strida belt wheel - for 5-bolt 130 mm spider 3d printed Mechanical parts Belt wheel on single-speed 130 mm bolt circle crankset
Strida belt wheel - for 5-bolt 130 mm spider 3d printed Mechanical parts Belt wheel on single-speed 130 mm bolt circle crankset
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Strida belt wheel - for 5-bolt 130 mm spider 3d printed Mechanical parts Oblique view, showing teeth. There is a "retaining lip" on this side of the belt wheel.
Strida belt wheel - for 5-bolt 130 mm spider 3d printed Mechanical parts Oblique view, showing teeth. There is a "retaining lip" on this side of the belt wheel.
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Strida belt wheel - for 5-bolt 130 mm spider 3d printed Mechanical parts
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About this Product

This is a replacement for the standard Strida folding bicycle belt wheel ("chain ring"). It fits to a standard 130 mm bolt circle crank spider. (The one in the photos is from Lasco -- it's available on Amazon. This belt wheel is designed to work with a standard 8 mm pitch, 12 mm width HTD or GT2 belt. The belt wheel has 100 teeth, like the standard Strida belt wheel.

The belt wheel in the photos was printed in "White Strong & flexible." I "painted" it black with a Scripto marker!

(The photos show the belt wheel installed on my recumbent bike, not a Strida!)

Dimensions

IN: 10.09 w x 10.09 d x 0.512 h
CM: 25.628 w x 25.628 d x 1.3 h
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@dan_kirshner my schlumpf hsd only requires five bolt pattern 130 mm BCD pattern, like your specs emulate. Should I be wrong in assuming this belt drive would fit on my schlumpf as well? Because I believe this would be great to possibly use in a belt conversion of my ICE Sprint, using an internally geared hub in the rear as well. Or does this bicycle you have this built for only have a certain type of belt and not the gcb style? An amazing idea, nonetheless!
September 17, 2014, 5:40 am
@dan_kirshner great, yes, I'd like to see. I haven't really ridden a Strida, or not for long if I did. But my good friend/co-apprentice (bike building) grew up in Seoul, Korea where there isn't much space for full size bikes and her first bike that she learned to ride was a Strida. She rode a 16" Brompton when I knew her and she felt a 20" Bike Friday was big. She complained that the strida belt was noisy in the rain. It's cool to be able to print a usable bike part. I guess you can make it thick enough for strength? I have yet to make a bike part and I wonder about the strength limit compared to metal - how to best design. I think I'm going to start with some cable stops.
August 27, 2014, 5:31 am
@RUSL_bicycle - it works fine. Nice and quiet. It also saves some weight compared to my previous cobbled-together setup based on the stock Strida beltwheel, and it looks a lot better, too! (Hmm, I'll post a photo of the old one -- you'll see what I'm talking about!)
August 25, 2014, 7:13 pm
I suppose I should have said: Genius, how does it ride @dan_kirshner?
August 18, 2014, 8:50 pm
Genius! How does it ride?
August 18, 2014, 8:49 pm
 
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