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Fenders

Everyone probably had this stage in childhood, when the fenders were so uncool that you removed the parts immediately after buying a bike. But at that time, fenders were probably not as stylish as they are today. There are also situations where a fender is needed.

On a city bike the protection against splashing water and dirt is almost inconceivable. However, such a sheet does not just have to serve its purpose, but it can also look good. With designer highlights such as the Classic Alloy mudguards from Brick Lane Bikes, the mudguard can enhance your bike visually. For practical use as needed, you will also get plug-in protective plates in our shop. These are ready to use in a short time, mounted on the bike and can therefore only be used as needed.

Mudguard for mountain bikes

The time when you have never seen an apron on any mountain bike is over. Since the cool mudguards from different manufacturers like Rie: sel design, Marsh Guard and SKS exist, annoying mud splashes on the goggle are a thing of the past. Of course, such a Mudguard is not the one hundred percent protection against dirt in the face, the small plastic signs, however, keep the worst away. Particularly useful are fenders on Gravity and Enduro bikes in racing. Clear vision is an important building block to success.

 

Fenders, Mudguards and Frameguards protect not only you as a driver, but also your bike itself. Dirt and stones are kept away from some sensitive areas on the bike.

Everyone probably had this stage in childhood, when the fenders were so uncool that you removed the parts immediately after buying a bike. But at that time, fenders were probably not as stylish... read more »
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Fenders

Everyone probably had this stage in childhood, when the fenders were so uncool that you removed the parts immediately after buying a bike. But at that time, fenders were probably not as stylish as they are today. There are also situations where a fender is needed.

On a city bike the protection against splashing water and dirt is almost inconceivable. However, such a sheet does not just have to serve its purpose, but it can also look good. With designer highlights such as the Classic Alloy mudguards from Brick Lane Bikes, the mudguard can enhance your bike visually. For practical use as needed, you will also get plug-in protective plates in our shop. These are ready to use in a short time, mounted on the bike and can therefore only be used as needed.

Mudguard for mountain bikes

The time when you have never seen an apron on any mountain bike is over. Since the cool mudguards from different manufacturers like Rie: sel design, Marsh Guard and SKS exist, annoying mud splashes on the goggle are a thing of the past. Of course, such a Mudguard is not the one hundred percent protection against dirt in the face, the small plastic signs, however, keep the worst away. Particularly useful are fenders on Gravity and Enduro bikes in racing. Clear vision is an important building block to success.

 

Fenders, Mudguards and Frameguards protect not only you as a driver, but also your bike itself. Dirt and stones are kept away from some sensitive areas on the bike.