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SKS Adventure Bicycle Fender Set (26 and 28-Inch Bikes)
Dimensions: Length: 28.75" Width: 5" Height: 3"
The Adventure mudguard set for front and rear 26"-28" tires includes universal fastening and frame clip. This fender is V-brake compatible and was designed for trekking and mountainbiking.
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by: on: 03-Nov 2010
The main structure is solid and it fit well in my bike. However, I would encourage designers to improve the bottom joint of the rear fender. I would recommend this product!
by: on: 19-Sep 2010
Are they perfect? No. Do they do the job? Yes.
I have a 15 y/o non-suspension Mongoose Mountain bike. The fenders went on pretty easily and do the job. They are adjustable and I had no trouble mounting them. For less than $15.00 I can't complain.
Not for all bikes
by: on: 24-Feb 2010
I have an older Trek 7000 Mountain bike (front suspension). and the front fender fits, but the rear fender does not. The design of my bike doesn't allow the rear brackets to attach.
Good basic mountain bike fenders, excellent value
by: on: 26-Nov 2009
You really can't beat these for the price. They're not perfect, but considering the price and the fact that they're not full fenders, I really can't knock them.
I bought these for my college commuter bike, which is a mid-quality suspension-fork mountain bike with 2.125x26" tires. They fit pretty well, albeit with a few snags as one should expect for universal fenders of any kind. Some of the brackets took a bit of tweaking, but everything went together with the included hardware.
The front fender does a great job of catching water thrown off the wheel and it conforms well to my 26" tire. It does bounce a bit on bumps and smacks the tire, but the bottom is tapered away from the tire so it doesn't get caught, it just slaps the tire once.
The rear fender isn't quite as nice as the front one as it arches up over the rear tire, leaving about a 3" gap at the top of the tire. It has a steel stiffener which helps keep it aligned over the tire, but it is still somewhat flexible side-to-side due to the lack of truly solid mounting brackets. It does the job, but it looks a little funny. It also doesn't protect the seatpost and bottom bracket from water, so your feet will catch a bit of water from here. This really isn't the fault of the fenders though, as they aren't intended to be full fenders.
Overall, I'd recommend these, especially considering how difficult it can be to find even decent fenders for mountain bikes. Their utilitarian performance combined with the low price makes them an excellent value.
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