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Old 01-30-21, 08:57 AM
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Good Quality mudguards?

I'm a newbie to cycling and am looking for some decent mudguards for my mountain bike. I don't have attachments near the wheels so I'll have to get one that attaches to the main body, just below the quell steam and the seat pole.

Has anyone got ones similar they recommend?

Thanks
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Old 01-30-21, 12:33 PM
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(wrong forum for this question)

Mucky Nuts makes what you want, I think.

Are you looking for FULL mudgaurds that cover most of the tire, or just a minimalist flap?
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Old 02-06-21, 01:15 PM
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Old 02-06-21, 02:00 PM
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...for actually riding in the mud?

No.

enjoy the mud.

If you drive to the trails, have post-ride clothes packed to change into.
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Old 02-06-21, 08:30 PM
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When not frozen, our trails are mostly sticky mud these says. I use SKS Beavertail clip ons on the 26er RockHopper and at the end of a ride I only have to spray mud off down in the region of the bottom bracket. Saves a lot of time over having mud all over me and all parts of the bike.

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