Monthly Archives: August 2018

  • BETD Bike Components – Made in Britain

    Posted in on 29th August 2018.

    At BETD, we manufacture British made bike components. We are one of a very few companies who have the capability to design and manufacture on site in the UK, Stoke-on-Trent. BETD has over 20 years’ experience in this industry, so we are confident you will find the right gear hanger model with the perfect fit for your bike. Not only do we have our extensive range of gear mech hangers, but we also have a range of bearings, fork seals, hubs, cha...

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  • Derailleur Hanger 425

    Posted in on 20th August 2018.

    Derailleur hangers are pieces of metal that are designed and shaped to absorb any strain put onto the frame of the bike to protect it from any damage. It is usually attached to the rear axle of your bike, and can also be addressed as a gear mech hanger or hanger dropout. Mech hangers will either bend or break when put under any strenuous activity, so it is always wise to carry a spare when cycling anywhere! (Unless you like walking 10-20 miles ...

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  • Cycling with the Kids this Summer

    Posted in on 13th August 2018.

    It’s a few weeks into the summer holidays and the kids are getting bored. What’s to do? Well, we’ve listed a few places to go cycling with the kids. Not only will this keep the kids active, but it’ll get you out of the house too! These places are great for long weekends away or even a day out. But in case of any unexpected situations, we recommend that you always carry a spare hanger, because the last thing you want is to be on a cycling ...

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  • Derailleur Hanger 424

    Posted in on 7th August 2018.

    BETD are excited to announce a new release to the hanger family, the derailleur hanger 424. ‘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 Hang...

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