Race Number & Chip Belts: Profile Design

Season triathletes would already know this. But just for the benefit of those who’re thinking of attempting your first full or sprint triathlon, there are perks with using a race number belt or chip band (depending on the organiser’s choice of medium for time logging). One reason would be forgoing the need to pin your race number during transition which can result in costly time wasted; whereas with a race belt, you’re just a clip away from getting on with the race. Timing chips can always be attached to the running shoe beforehand but then again, some prefer to have alternatives. Here are a couple of makes from Profile Design.

Race Number Belt

Race Number Belt (Black) - Retail Price: S$13Courtesy of Treknology Bikes 3

Race Number Belt (Black) - Retail Price: S$13

  • Adjustable elastic race number belt with minimal buckle, reflective tabs and easy to install locks

Also available in white, red, blue and pink.

Gel-ready Race Number Belt

Get-ready Race Number Belt (Black) - Retail Price: S$16Courtesy of Treknology Bikes 3

Get-ready Race Number Belt (Black) - Retail Price: S$16

  • Adjustable elastic race number belt with minimal buckle, reflective tabs and easy to install locks.
  • Includes rooms for 6 gel packets per side

Also available in white, red, blue and pink

Timing Chip Band

Timing Chip Band (Black) - Retail Price: S$10Courtesy of Treknology Bikes 3

Timing Chip Band (Black) - Retail Price: S$10

  • Neoprene construction with Velcro loop closure

The Profile Design Race Number Belts and Timing Chip Band are available at leading Treknology Bikes 3 stores.

Gear Features
23rd Mar 2012
Shaun Lin
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