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TOPIC: Rear mud guard advice

Rear mud guard advice 22 Oct 2017 18:16 #11756

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Thanks Alan, will take a look.

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Rear mud guard advice 22 Oct 2017 08:51 #11755

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Hi Seonaid,

With mudguards, the more coverage they offer to each wheel the better so I'd say the SKS Raceblade Longs look like a better option than the
Raceblade Pro. I find that too many mudguards stop just a little short and so the rider behind still gets showered in all sorts.

Alan

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Rear mud guard advice 21 Oct 2017 19:14 #11754

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Colin Chisholm wrote: Hi David,

I use SKS Raceblades, great mudguards that clip on and don't slide between the frame and wheel.

road CC have a review here

Hope this helps

Colin.


Colin, Would you recommend the Pros or the Pro XLs? Read mixed reports about whether pros give enough coverage for folk riding behind.

Thanks!!

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Rear mud guard advice 30 Sep 2017 19:57 #11641

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Hi David,

I use SKS Raceblades, great mudguards that clip on and don't slide between the frame and wheel.

road CC have a review here

Hope this helps

Colin.
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Rear mud guard advice 30 Sep 2017 17:22 #11639

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With the change in seasons upon us and the increasing likelihood of wet days, could I please ask for some advice on choosing a rear mud guard for my winter bike?

Due to the higher profile tyres in use, there is not enough of a gap between the tyre and the rear break to fit the one I inherited when I got the bike.

Thanks in advance.

David

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