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Cover your rear.

Hitting the trails after a mid day shower may leave you with god-sent Hero Dirt, or a wicked case of mud butt. To protect yourself from the latter option, deck out your bike with the Riesel Design Ritze Saddle Mud Guard. This durable, polypropylene shield attaches to your saddle rails without any mounting gear necessary, covering you from wheel spray without getting in the way of your rear suspension when its soaking up hard hits and big drops. Since the mud guard just mounts to your saddle, it is compatible with just about any bicycle with a two-railed saddle, making it easy to toss onto your road bike if you've got a wet commute ahead of you, just as easily as your go-to DH rig. The Ritze Saddle Mud Guard comes in a massive assortment of colors, so you can go wild with color matching on your ride, and with Riesel's additional protective coating on the guard you can count on the graphics to last through storms, mud, and abusive trail debris.

  • A tool-free mud guard for covering your ass
  • Attaches to any two-railed saddle easily
  • Made to be sturdy from recyclable polypropylene
  • Super lightweight construction at 17-grams
  • Scratch-resistant graphics stay bold for years
  • Made in Germany and backed with a 3-year warranty
Tech SpecsWeight
Tech Specs
Mount Type
road, mountain, gravel and CX bikes
Recommended Use
enduro, trail, downhill
Manufacturer Warranty
3 years

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A Dippity-Do Boy Howdy

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Hurray, my new Rieseling seat rails fender thing arrived today, so these are just initialized impressions, Or, as the kids trapped in an ol' fart body exclaim, "Way cool beans!."

1. Cutting to the lead, she's worth the spend, no doubt there; Recommend going with the KTMorange cover, rather than the Kawasakigreen, unless you're of the 🎼only have green eyes for Ewe🎶 goatworthy ilk.

2. She's a wee bit shorter in length than you may have come to imagine; A thing that the faithful hold centric to their belief-systemics as further evidence of a.) Size being somewhat something other than everything, and 2.) Why it was that the Creator invented Powerade bottles for extension purposes, need be, the perfect template for trademark violation.

3.) Terms of how she's made for it: Her, of 100% recyclable plastics are foldable,, not unlike, it would seem, the Portland Design's Origami fenders, albeit the jury's still out on the made in Germany Rie•sel Design being first to that finish line, or not - with a guaranteed 3-year warranty, so they say.

Ride like the authorities are after you.
In the spirit of more mojo,
Swan Viaduct

p.s. Shoulda been clearer: My Skalliwag's frame oddity - non-double triangle, w/ no seat post - and her seat clamp ain't messin' 'round, either, so Riesel's fender properly mating with Skalli's rails is a cross-species disaster waiting to happen, which is all ok, because, once you get to know my Skalliwag, her pretty-much retro-fit-me in all ways demands, are fully compensated by her rewarding riding.
We like the Riesel - Hope to even conceptually bridge the design for Skalli's frontal nether regions too - so, despite our cloudy troubles, we've got a silver lining diy plan to fit the situation(s).
Will try to post a photo upon completion of Skalliwag's surgery/recovery, but, being no little high-tech-phobic, -
We're a match made in heaven - so, we'll just have to see how that time will tell eventuation.

v.p.s. Observer training cultivates an understanding of the program's iffyness regarding emoticons and cyber-diddles; Prompting the wonderment of someone having been previously inappropriate?