Derailleur Hanger 421


BETD are excited to announce that the Derailleur Hanger 421 is a new release to the hanger family. ‘What is a derailleur hanger?’ I hear you ask. It is a small piece of metal that is attached to the rear axle of your bike, it is also known as a rear mech or gear hanger. This hanger is designed to absorb any impact and strain that would be focused on the frame of the bike; it will bend or break off to protect the main body of the frame.

BETD’S Hanger Collection

We are proud to say that our hanger collection is the largest in the world, boasting an amazing 400+ mech hangers that all have superior strength, shifting and durability. At BETD, we have 18 years of experience and expertise in this industry, which is why we offer a 100% fit guarantee.

Customer service is at the heart of the company, which is why we offer a bespoke service for all popular frames. We work alongside the customer to develop and manufacture the product, which not only broadens the BETD range, but fulfils and exceeds customers’ expectations.

Benefits of the Derailleur Hanger 421

All of the hangers at BETD are machined out of Aerospace grade aluminium. Not only does this material enhance the performance of bikes, but it also comes with a black anodise finish, all of which are manufactured in the UK. It is a robust and cost-efficient upgrade from your standard cast hangers.


Hanger 421 has been designed and cut to fit models Orange P7 2016-2018.

Orange P7 Frame Spec:

  • Frame: Reynolds 525 Chromoly steel
  • Fork: Rockshox Pike RCT3 Solo Air, 140MM/5.5in travel
  • Drivetrain: Shimano SLX with Race Face Ride cranks and MRP 1x guide (1×10)
  • Wheelset: Alex MD23 rims on Formula hubs
  • Tyres: Maxxis High Roller II EVO 3C 2.3in (f) and Maxxis Ardent 2.25in (r)
  • Brakes: Shimano Deore
  • Bar: Kore Durox, 760mm
  • Stem: Kore Cubix, 50mm
  • Seatpost: Rockshox Reverb Stealth Dropper
  • Saddle: SDG Falcon
  • Weight: 13.59kg/29.96lb, medium size without pedals

You can view the full details of the Orange P7 bike frame on BikeRadar.