How a Strida 5 differs from a Strida 3
These are the differences that I've noticed so far :--
Freewheel's better now that it's on the back wheel, less drag, so it goes much further on freeweel.
Tried it up some steepish hills in Nottingham & no Belt jump or BB flex (my 3.2 always jumped the belt as it had no pinch roller on the back pulley)
BB has a snail-cam which adjusts the belt tension by means of a screw under the BB
Disk Brakes are superb
Standard tyres are Kenda 65 psi
Another addition is spring loaded buttons on the handlebars which you push in to locate them into the steering head before you tighten the over-centre catch
And there are ergonomic grips fitted
One free mudflap
And finally it came with free tiny LED lights (the type which you attach with elastic)
I originally posted this in UK Strida forum
Safe riding Chop!