CycraGuard Front MTB Mudguard
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Product DescriptionDesigned and engineered using state of the art technology to deliver the ultimate mudguard
- Constructed using a fusion of CycraFlex composite polymers for the ultimate strength and durability in all weather conditions
- Dual compound spine, tip, and tail which allows the front MTB guard to sit securely on the frame without damaging the paintwork
- Specially designed and engineered wedges allows the front MTB guard to fit bikes with awkward downtube cable stops and the ability to run crossed cables
- Specially engineered cable channels allows bikes with downtube cable routing to run their cable without obstruction
- Secured with use of durable straps which can be trimmed for universal fitment
- Ergonomic geometry means you will be protected without even knowing it is there
- Available in three colours (black, titanium, and white)
- Lifetime warranty is offered on all CycraGuard products
Occasionally, without notice, manufacturers change product design and/or specifications.
CycraGuard Front MTB Mudguard Reviews
Customer Reviews (1)
I was surprised how effective this front mudguard is. Its also really easy to take off for cleaning etc. The rear mudguard is a bit more suspect - I have had the attachment bracket break a couple of times now and replacements are expensive.
I was surprised how effective this front mudguard is. Its also really easy to take off for cleaning etc. The rear mudguard is a bit more suspect - I have had the attachment bracket break a couple of times now and replacements are expensive.Close review