Stay dry this winter! | Choosing the right mudguards for your bike

Stay dry this winter! | Choosing the right mudguards for your bike

There are so many mudguards on the market but how do you know which ones are right for your bike? We run you through the options and what to look out for when trying to choose mudguards.

Mudguards featured in this video:
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Readers Comments (10)

  1. Mudguards all the way!

  2. Kieran Hubbard May 22, 2021 @ 1:49 am

    Just get a mountain bike šŸšµā€ā™€ļø

  3. What would the downsides be using the speedrocker (as here on the gravelbike) on a roadbike (instead of the raceblades as shown)?
    They are a big longer, but also wider. Would it be too wide?

  4. ANTI-CONFEDERATE May 22, 2021 @ 2:07 am

    3 pm?!?!? When does the sun come up on those days?

  5. Remember to fit frame tape if your using clip on guards. Does not take long to rub through paint.

  6. Kottel Kannim May 22, 2021 @ 2:11 am

    Thank you for a clear and concise explanation!

    1:35 You may cut the mudguard stays and fit it with the supplied rubber endcap on the stays and over the tightened nut. It should be safer that way, and I speculate it may also prevent nut loosening.

  7. Mario Stelzner May 22, 2021 @ 2:12 am



  8. Charles Graham-Dixon May 22, 2021 @ 2:15 am

    Any recommendations for full length guards for disc brake road bikes without eyelets? The SKS Raceblades don’t have seat tube and drivetrain coverage and the Crud Roadracers aren’t well reviewed. I’m riding a Canyon Endurace CF Disc with 30mm tyres

  9. Harshu Kanish May 22, 2021 @ 2:16 am

    Why don’t most of the modern road bikes don’t have fittings for the useful stuff like mudguards,why?why?

  10. Rivets on sks are very poor, only get one winter out of them and then they pop off. No worries though, make sure you have some spare bolts buttonhead m4x6mm a2 stainless steel with m4nut fit perfectly.šŸ˜

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