Stop mud splatters and puddle spray with the Blackburn Barrier Mud Guard. Compatible with most mountain bike forks, this lightweight guard installs in a snap with four hook and loop straps to keep it in place and out of the way.
- A guard to protect you from errant mud and water
- Compatible with most mountain bike forks
- Hook and loop closures hold the guard securely in place
- Made from recyclable polypropylene
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Never go full enduro
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I put this fender on my santa cruz hightower and it keeps the mud out of my face. Even gives enough coverage for the 27.5 x 2.8 tires.
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
This fender seemed pretty cool and I was intrigued to try a new companies out on my new bike. It appears to offer more coverage.
Upon getting it out of the packaging when I was lining it up, i couldn't get it to sit just right and it was a bit awkward and before I went any further- I decided that I should return this and go back to the old tried and true ones that I have ridden with in the past. There was just too much material and too many directions for cutting to get it perfect. And it seemed flimsy.
I love riding with a fender and it's the best way to avoid excessive kick up, this was just not the one for me.
Will this work on a fat bike fork?
No, you would want the XL version for a fat bike
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fenders are kind of like goggles on an open face helmet, they are extremely enduro. Which I am all about, I don't want to be seen in the trail head parking lot without an Enduro Helmet, with goggles, Enduro shorts, Enduro Jersey, and Enduro bike with Enduro Handlebars (800mm minimum) and a dope Enduro fender. #SoEnduro #DoYouEvenEnduro
This fender is pretty rad, it offers a little more coverage than others, installs super easy, the velcro straps are a nice touch but there is barely enough length so cut carefully.
You may be better off just going to the zip ties
Cut guides on the underside for those that want to resize it, which you probably will.
If you haven't ridden with a fender, I would say give it a try, not only is it the current style, but you will be pleasantly surprised by the amount of trail debris (wet or dry trails) that you are NOT being pelted with.
*Slight Update / Revision here. I needed to cut a bit of material down from this fender in order to get it to stop flexing into my tire.
While I love having a fender to keep the debris out of my face, this isn't the stiffest option until a bit of the material has been cut down.