Mountain Bike Mudguards Reviews

Mountain Bike Reviews - Rapid Racer Products ProGuard (Max Protection) 2018
Mountain Bike Reviews - Rapid Racer Products ProGuard (Max Protection) 2018
Rapid Racer Products ProGuard (Max Protection)

Designed to offer maximum protection around a significant area of the front tyre’s circumference the ProGuard is a mud guard of gargantuan proportions that on paper should keep you cleaner, drier and - most importantly - able to see down the trail without eyes full of dirt. Available in two sizes, standard (119g) and ‘Max Protection’ (133g) for even greater…

Mudguards
2018
Mountain Bike Reviews - Mudhugger Coloured Decal FR Hugger 2017
Mountain Bike Reviews - Mudhugger Coloured Decal FR Hugger 2017
Mudhugger Coloured Decal FR Hugger

Mudguards have moved on a lot in the past few years, once the preserve of the 'sensible' mountain biker, they have found their cool, and some sort of front fender is now a common sight amongst those who ride in the wet. Being mid winter, test conditions are prime, and the Mudhugger was gratefully received. They have been around for…

Mudguards
2017
Mountain Bike Reviews - RockGuardZ MudGuardZ PG350 2017
Mountain Bike Reviews - RockGuardZ MudGuardZ PG350 2017
RockGuardZ MudGuardZ PG350

The RockGuardZ PG350 is the little brother of the PG450 and after a little detective work I deduced that there is 100mm difference in length between the two, leaving this one at 350mm, hence the name!  RockGuardZ are a small British company based deep in the Welsh borders, founded by a chap named Ian Walker. Ian’s heritage is in motorbike racing,…

Mudguards
2017
Mountain Bike Reviews - Mucky Nutz Full Face Fender 2017
Mountain Bike Reviews - Mucky Nutz Full Face Fender 2017
Mucky Nutz Full Face Fender

For 2017, British brand Mucky Nutz have launched their biggest front mudguard to date, the Full Face Fender. It’s light, adaptable and costs less than a guidebook. I took advantage of the wet winter season to put it through it’s paces on the muddiest, rainiest, grittiest trails of the IMB home in the Lake District. It can be used on…

Mudguards
2017
Mountain Bike Reviews - Mudhugger Mud Guards  2014
Mountain Bike Reviews - Mudhugger Mud Guards  2014
Mudhugger Mud Guards

In A Glance Personally I’m not a fan of mudguards, and consider mountain bikers to be a muddy bunch by default. However, when it gets really soggy the pile of dirty washing, not to mention spending a few hours on the trails with a wet arse, starts to grate on me. Previously rear mudguards have attached to the seat tube,…

Mudguards
2014
Mountain Bike Reviews - SKS Germany Dashboard and Dashblade Mudguards  2012
Mountain Bike Reviews - SKS Germany Dashboard and Dashblade Mudguards  2012
SKS Germany Dashboard and Dashblade Mudguards

SKS have an extensive range of mudguards to cover any application you may need. The Dashboard and Dashblade are marketed as a pair, but can be bought separately. The Dashboard is a front-end moto style snap on type that is light at just 104g, it mounts on an expansion plug that fits into the fork steerer. Once you get the…

Mudguards
2012
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