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Best Use Road Cycling
Fender Type Set
Material(s) Polycarbonate
Dimensions 36mm (1.4")
Max Tire Width (mm) 25
Weight 340 grams
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works OK, broke when adjusted Rode it 2 miles to work in NYC after a rain. Did a good job at blocking the random water on the street and preventing me from getting dirty. When I tried to adjust one of the straps the next day (because it was touching my tire), the part that rests against the bike (the black prongs on the fender) broke off - it is rubber. So I had to return it. Otherwise I liked that it was easy to install and did a decent job with coverage. If I commuted a farther distance or wanted to it regularly in the rain, I would get full length fenders with a mudguard. In fact, after this experience, that's what I just ordered from REI.
Date published: 2013-02-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Lame. Depending upon your frame's geometry, this install could be a breeze, or the annoyance all of us are looking for when we are eager to go ride our bikes. After finally getting everything situated (aprox 20-30 min of adjustments an repositioning) they performed decently well out on the wet roads. They're not magic - they can't prevent falling rain from getting your shoes/legs wet - they just prevent your tires from kicking up even more. But, when the rain ended and I was going to take them of to clean up my bike... SNAP. One of the clips that the rubber straps grips onto broke off. These are headed back to REI. Looks like I'll try another option.
Date published: 2010-02-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Better than nothing "Better than nothing" is about all you can say about these fenders. If you have a bike that won't take regular fenders (e.g.: because no clearance under the brake bridge), these will help somewhat, but overall they are a very weak product. There are lots of places online with tips on how to attach fenders to bikes not designed to take them. It usually involves cutting full-size fenders and installing brackets on both sides of the brake bridge. Not easy, but not incredibly difficult either. Good luck and stay dry!
Date published: 2014-05-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Occassional use only I have these fenders attached to the bicycle I commute on. They are lightweight and easy to attach, but they are just attached by these rubber straps. When the straps loosen, the fenders can rub the tires. Because it rains all the time here, if I were to make the decision over again, I would buy sturdier, heavier fenders.
Date published: 2007-10-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Attachment straps just don't last The fenders themselves are fine, but the straps for attaching the fenders just don't last. Mine broke after a year, and I store my bike in a garage (I imagine they would have broken faster if it had been stored outdoors). I have been using zip-ties as a temporary measure, but I'm going to bite the bullet and buy new fenders that mount properly. If you are looking for fenders that you can take on and off easily, these may fit the bill. But if you plan on leaving them on, get something else.
Date published: 2008-02-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great fenders for road bike I ride a 2006 Specialized Allez road bike as a commuter. I got these the fenders so I could extend my bike commuting season into the fall. The clearances on my bike are TIGHT!!! Definitely no room for full fenders to pass under the brake assemblies or even between the forks, and the bike has no eyelets in any case. These fenders provide about as much coverage you could hope to get for a road bike with tight clearances, without getting excessively creative. They installed fairly quickly (within 10 minutes, plus a few minutes of adjusting during my first ride with them since I didn't give enough clearance), and I took the advice of other reviewers on here - only trim the rubber straps so that they don't flap in your spokes and no shorter. If you can get the straps around twice, that's even better. The fenders wobble a small amount when you ride (from the thin aluminum struts, the attachment points are quite secure), so make sure to leave ~1/4" to 1/2" clearance above the tire (adjusting the locking nuts at the top of the struts helps keep the clearance uniform around the length of the fender). Even with this much clearance they still catch plenty of water and keep my feet and lower back from getting wet when I ride on wet roads.
Date published: 2013-11-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from They do the job....but they're a pain I bought these fenders because they were a reasonable price and I just needed some simple fenders for commuting. These things are far from easy to fit. I find them extremely difficult to keep from rubbing on the wheels. When I do find the perfect fit, they eventually start to slip out of place with frequent riding and start rubbing on the wheel again. They also seem pretty flimsy, but haven't broken on me yet.
Date published: 2009-09-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from For the design works fine If used as intended these are perfect. Which means occasional use when it rains. If you plan to leave these on or ride constantly in wet weather take the time to install the bolt on kind. I've had a pair for a few years and they work great. FYI these would not work for group riding as coverage is limited and are not robust enough for a flap.
Date published: 2009-09-04
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