Stay clean and dry with SKS's Commuter II fenders! The stainless-steel hardware comes pre-installed for quick and easy mounting.
The Bluemels 75U Long Fender Set is a classic full fender, especially suited for 29er bikes. As with all SKS Bluemels, the fenders are robust and rigid with an aluminum strip sandwiched between plastic sheathing. A safety front fender release system is included and should be used. The Long version offers extra protection for linkage and suspension. - 29er/700c/650B up to 2.5" - 75mm wide profile must fit through seat stays and fork legs - Fender eyelets or frame clamps (sold separately) are necessary for mounting - Stainless steel hardware - Compatible with disc brakes - Measurements: 680mm front fender / 1120mm rear fender - Weight: 820 grams - Made in Germany
Planet Bike's SpeedEZ Fenders keep you dry in wet weather and are easily removed when the sun comes out. Made from nearly indestructible Superflex polycarbonate and rustproof stainless-steel stays, these fenders will provide years of use. With their pre-installed mounting hardware you can install and remove them in seconds.
$15.99 - $16.00
Just the thing for rainy weather, the Portland Design Works minimalist Origami Front Fender attaches to a snap-on/off bracket you mount on your downtube. And it folds flat so you can easily stow it when not in use. - Length: 370mm (14.5") - Weight: 60g (2.1oz)
$20.99 - $22.00
Just the thing for rainy weather, the Portland Design Works minimalist Origami Rear Seatpost Fender attaches to a clamp-on bracket you mount to your seatpost. And it packs down so you can easily store it when not in use. - Length: 445mm (7.5") - Weight: 160g (5.6oz)
Blackburn's Cloudburst full coverage fenders will keep you dry on the commute to work, or blasting through puddles playing like a kid. These fenders are made of durable aluminum laminate and feature replaceable rubber mudflaps. The fenders come in three different sizes to accommodate most adult bicycles, and even have a breakaway attachment in case something goes wrong.
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