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Muckynutz Butt Fender
$10.89 - $15.08
- Attaches to saddle rails - Quick and easy to install and remove - Fat Butt, a wider version for fatbike applications - Road/CX narrower for road and cross bike applications
Muckynutz Face Fender
$13.99
- Lightest and most versatile MTB mudguard available - Uses hook and loop Velcro straps to attach to the bridge and lower legs - Compatible with forward and double bridge fork designs and all wheel sizes
Axiom Mudrunner DLX Reflex Rear Fender
$23.99
Mud, muck and rain are no match for Axiom's Mudrunner DLX Rear Fender. Its dual-pivot arm offers ease of adjustment and installation is tool-free and supremely easy thanks to the quick-release mount that fits on any seatpost. Plus, this fine fender is made of a tough dual-compound material and features a reflective raised spine for excellent durability. A ‘fit anything’ clip-on mountain bike fender set with Variable Radius Technology that makes it compatible with 26”, 650B and 29” tires. - Virtually unbreakable dual compound body - Adjustable Boa Bracket fits all seatpost/seat tube diameters. - Raised mounting spine enhances stiffness and reduces chatter; 3M reflective panel for nighttime visibility; dual pivot design offers easy adjustment to fine-tune positioning
Topeak DeFender M1 (27.5/29-inch)
$24.95
Topeak's DeFender M1 front fender offers durable rain and mud protection on wet and sloppy rides for your 27.5- or 29-inch wheeled bike. It's incredibly light and easy-to-use, too. The M1 installs easily to any standard fork, even reverse arch designs and seamlessly integrates with the front end of your bike. The quick-release attachments allow the DeFender to be installed and removed in seconds.
Muc-Off Ride Guard Rear Fender
$12.99
- Guards against mud - Made from 100% recycled plastic waste - 100% recyclable - Supplied with 4 zip ties - Made in England
DVO Onyx SC Fender Kit
$39.00 $39.95 2% Off
Arch-mounted fender is designed to fit Onyx SC-D1 and SC-E1 suspension forks. - Includes mounting hardware
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