I might end up doing the same with my Nuvinci build, like the looks of no derailleur but function should always come before form!.
What chain do you recomend?, would like something as heavy duty as possible really..
We had a "few" after work at Christmas and I road home (in hindsight it was a stupid idea..).
My max speed was 22 mph before that night, had a look a few days after and it was 32mph..
Never again!, 2 pints tops from now on.
Around the world on 2 belts, 11,000 miles on 1 belt with a Rohloff and no cleaning..
My bike is silent in the wet or dry..
I wonder if all the people slating the belts have ridden a bike (put decent milage on one) or are just...
I think if you wanted rear hub ( Nuvinci or Rohloff) and Carbon drive it would be wise to find a bike with both fitted that is capable off accepting your BBS02.
The carbon drive requires a split-able frame to accept the belt, and appropriate dropouts.
You'd require a different rear sprocket for the Rohloff but other than that should be a simple enough swap.
Buying the bike alread built from the ground up with carbon belt system is a good idea as they are very close tolerance on the alignment.
I run Gates Carbon Drive and it's excellent, especially running through winter due to low maintenance requirements.
The drive is lovely and smooth, really happy with it.
Longevity wise I suppose it depends on what you're using the bike for, I expect 6,000 miles or more before requiring a new...