Our site works best with JavaScript enabled.
{/layout:set} {/layout:set}

Love Mud Fender Set (Front and Rear) front and rear fenders

Options

  • -

Love Mud Fender Set (Front and Rear) front and rear fenders

Lightweight polypropylene front and rear mud guards which can be easily attached to any bike

£12.00


  • Full Description
  • Features At A Glance
  • Customer Reviews

Smashing through puddles and over marshy ground can be great fun, but getting a face full of bog water certainly isn’t. 

You can avoid a wet face with a Love Mud Front Fender. These lightweight plastic mudguards don’t require any special fixings on your bike and can be strapped straight onto your forks.

Keep the dirt out your eyes so you can focus on the important things, having a great ride.

If you don’t have the muddy equivalent of a duck's back then the Love Mud Rear Fender is the perfect product for you.

If you love blasting down muddy trails but don’t like that wet mucky streak up your back quite as much, then the the Love Mud Rear Fender might be exactly the thing you’re after. This lightweight plastic mud guard keeps splashes and spray off your back and doesn’t need any special fixings to attach to your bike. Simply fitted to your seat post and with a couple of ties under the saddle. You can pop it on your bike with minimal fuss and you’re ready for even the wettest ground.

More images


Key features
  • Quick and simple to attach
Vital stats
Front

Material: Polypropylene
Weight: 20 g
Active fender size: 25 x 10 cm

Rear

Material: Polypropylene
Weight: 40 g
Active fender size: 25 x 6 cm

Origin: China

What You Say: Customer Reviews and Comments
No Rating

Used this product?

Be first to review
Here are some similar products

Love Mud Jekyll

SPD flats single sided mtb touring pedals

£59.00

Sonder Colibri Mech Hanger

Sonder Colibri mech hanger

£12.00

Love Mud Aspect Flat

Flat aluminium handlebars

£25.00

Love Mud Front Fender - Regular

Plain and simple front mud guard

£8.00

Sign up to AlpCol's Espresso

Espresso is Col's newsletter sharing tales of Go Nice Places Do Good Things.

CLOSE

By adding your email you consent to our terms and conditions