Bicycling Magazine Magazine Review March 2009
The belt replaces a standard chain, and along with the three-speed internal hub eliminates grease, rust, lubrication, tension adjustment and nearly all other drivetrain-related maintenance issues. The belt drive feels remarkably similar to a chain drive, except it's eerily silent. And it performs well too. One rider tested its reliability by committing the ultimate shifting no-no—gearing down while standing up to pedal on a hill—and although the shifter resisted slightly, the belt responded smoothly.
Bicycling Magazine Video Review March 2009
Washington Post 7/18/04
"….and in place of the usual chain you’ll find a rubber belt system—goodbye grease-streaked slacks."