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Planet Bike Front Fender Release Tabs
$6.99
- Releases front fender stays if debris is present in between fender and tire - Fits current and past Grasshopper, Cascadia ALX, Cascadia and Hardcore front fenders (not recommended for non-Planet Bike fenders)
Bikery Bikery Fender Asssaver
$14.00
Taylor here at The Bikery liked his lightweight fender from Ass Saver so much he decided we should have a version of our very own – so he grabbed a pen and drew up a design that plays off the chemical structure of caffeine. Now your backside can be mud free and your bike will look great too! Ass Savers – The Story Summer 2011, faced with yet another rainy ride home from office, Ass Savers founder, Staffan Weigel, rips a piece of cardboard and stick it underneath his saddle just to get home reasonably dry. Surprised by the positive result, he decides to develop it into a mudguard concept together with a couple of cyclist friends. True to the Gothenburg humor tradition, they call the project Ass Savers. Quite satisfied with the finished product, the friends post a short video of the product online. The rest is mudguard history. The video goes viral and within 24 hours they build a simple web shop and six months later, Weigel quits his daytime job to fully focus on the new company. Today the company employs 5 people and operates out of it’s headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden. More than one million Ass Savers have been sold and the brand that started as a joke is now recognized by millions of cyclists all over the world. As the first mudguard ever to be used by professional cyclists in the UCI World Tour, it has proven that a good idea can go far.
Mucky Nutz Face Fender
$15.08 - $23.47
- 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 - XL version is longer and provides more coverage - Reverse version is designed for forks with reversed bridges - Fat Face, you guessed it, extra wide for Fatbike applications
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