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Protection from water and mud.

When your news channel meteorologist forecasts rain for the whole week, don’t let that put a damper (yes, pun intended) on your bike riding. Mount your Planet Bike Cascadia Fenders, and enjoy not getting wet, muddy legs and backside. This fender has 130-millimeter-long mudflaps and pre-installed V-stays for added stability. The mountain bike versions of this fender work with disc brakes.

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I have 700c X38. What size should I use?

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I have 700c X38. What size should I use?

I had ordered the 35mm fenders for the 32...

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I had ordered the 35mm fenders for the 32 x 630 or 27 x 1.25 tires; the adjustments would not extend far enough to attach to the eyelets. Would the 60mm or even the 65mm work better?

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The 35 and 60 will be the same, get the 65mm as it is made for 29ers and will be much longer.

The tire size for my bike is 32 x 630 or...

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The tire size for my bike is 32 x 630 or 27 x 1.25. What fender size should I order?

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The 35mm will be 1/8th inch larger than your tire so it will work fine with out being too bulky. If you want amazing coverage the 60mm will provide a larger area protected. It is recommended for 1.75 to 2.25" tires. The 65mm is for 29ers.

5 5

No more skunk stripe!

It doesn't rain much in Utah. Except for this spring. This spring it rained A LOT. So, tired of arriving home soaking wet, I picked up these little beauties. They take a good little while to get right, but once they're adjusted, you're golden. No movement or anything. I really like them a lot, and I'm much drier than I used to be...

5 5

the best on the planet

solid as a rock! takes a little time to get them on and set up correctly, but once youre done, youre done. i have had them on a crosscheck commuter for 3 years (about 5000 miles) with no problems at all. they dont vibrate or make noise. they dont wiggle out of place and rub. they just work like a fender is suppose to.

How do I know what size to buy between the...

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How do I know what size to buy between the 35mm, 60mm & 65mm? I have a Schwinn High Plains mountain bike with 26 in. wheels. Thank you!

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You want the 60mm version. It fits 26 inch MTB tires from 1.75 to 2.25 inches in width.