specialized giant cube cannondale Mavic Castelli endura altura
Back

Giant Speedshield Defy & Contend Disc Fender

£34.99
Price Match
2 reviews
Colour
This item is available for Christmas Delivery
Add to Basket

Product Description

Protect your bike, your clothing and your teammates from the elements. Featuring unbreakable alloy construction SpeedShield Defy / Contend Disc fenders fit 700c x 23-28mm Defy & Contend Disc brake equipped bicycles - a club run essential.

Fits the Following Models:

  • Giant Defy Advanced* (disc brake versions only)
  • Giant Contend (disc brake versions only)
  • Liv Avail Aluxx and Advanced* (disc brake versions only)

*not compatible with Advanced Pro models

Key Features:

  • Material: Unbreakable PC construction
  • Fit: 700c x 23-28mm Disc - Defy, Contend and Avail
  • Mounting: Bolt fixing
  • Front: Fits to bridge and dropouts of the fork
  • Rear: Fits to wishbone and dropouts

Occasionally, without notice, manufacturers change product design and/or specifications.

Giant Speedshield Defy & Contend Disc Fender Reviews

Write your own review
Overall Rating:
3.3
out of 5
3.33
Build Quality
3.25
Performance
3.75
Value For Money
3.00

Customer Reviews (2)

4
Decent mudgaurd option for content sl disc

Fit snut. Work well. Failed after 14 months use, brackets fractured. Tried SMS blue mels, didn't fit the bike well when felt much flimsier - returned and getting another set of these. Will try rubber insulator gaskets /washers this time for more life and/or remove for summer

Fit snut. Work well. Failed after 14 months use, brackets fractured. Tried SMS blue mels, didn't fit the bike well when felt much flimsier - returned and getting another set of these. Will try rubber insulator gaskets /washers this time for more life and/or remove for summer

Close review
3.8 out of 5
Build Quality: 3/5
Performance: 4.5/5
Value For Money: 4/5
3
Looks posh but doesn’t quite reach low enough

The mudguards looks and feels more expensive that it is. Got a metallic feel to it. Installation was a little fiddly but not rocket science by any stretch. For my 2018 Defy Advanced2 I need to use the cable ties to secure the top of the rear guard to the seat stays otherwise it will bounce out of position in rough grounds. My biggest gripe is with the rear guards not reaching all the way to the bottom bracket area. This area is where it gets seriously mucky in the wet and thus needed protection. However it does look very sophisticated for a set of mudguards. Beware of the front one as it will be very difficult to put back with no tools if you accidentally kick it out of place due to toe overlap when turning tight corners.

The mudguards looks and feels more expensive that it is. Got a metallic feel to it. Installation was a little fiddly but not rocket science by any stretch. For my 2018 Defy Advanced2 I need to use the cable ties to secure the top of the rear guard to the seat stays otherwise it will bounce out of position in rough grounds. My biggest gripe is with the rear guards not reaching all the way to the bottom bracket area. This area is where it gets seriously mucky in the wet and thus needed protection. However it does look very sophisticated for a set of mudguards. Beware of the front one as it will be very difficult to put back with no tools if you accidentally kick it out of place due to toe overlap when turning tight corners.

Close review
2.8 out of 5
Build Quality: 3.5/5
Performance: 3/5
Value For Money: 2/5

Mudguard Guide

 

Mudguard Guide

Why use mudguards?

Mudguards help keep you warm and dry in the wetter months while also protecting your bike from mud, grit and spray.

This can dramatically cut down any maintenance needed to your bike through the winter. For commuters they are essential, road cyclists will enjoy the dry, comfortable feeling while not spraying any friends behind, and mountain bikers will cut down spray and mud to the face, eyes and back. Warm and dry cycling is simply more enjoyable, meaning you can ride longer and more often through the winter.


What type of mudguards will fit my bike?

For commuters, road riders and general cyclists the first thing to look for are eyelets or attachment points on your frame and fork. There are often different widths of mudguard with all types to suit your tyre. There are many combinations of wheel size and tyre width available, check your bike for these sizes and choose the appropriate option.

A close-up of fork eyelets Fork eyelets
A close-up of frame eyelets Frame eyelets

“Ass Savers” and “Enduro Guards”

When you need a quick solution these light and unobtrusive mudguards make a great choice. The “Ass Saver” style clips into your saddle rails and only take seconds to take on and off, they help stop a soggy bottom on an unexpected rainy day or when the road surface is still wet. The “Enduro Guard” style is intended for mountain bikes and is often left on year-round, while you do need a couple of zip ties to fit, they are fit-and-forget and help keep spray and mud away from your face.

A mountain biker using an Enduro Guard from RRP

Full-length mudguards

If your bike does have eyelets then full-length mudguards can be used, these offer the best protection for bike and rider from the elements. They do take a little longer to fit as they are so robust. Some longer types have additional mud flaps and reflectors built in.

To find the right size, simply select the option that suits your wheel size and tyre width.

A hybrid bike fitted with full-length mudguards connected to the fork and frame's eyelets

Clip on mudguards

Road and hybrid bikes with no eyelets for mudguards will use a clip-on type. These simply strap around the fork leg and rear stay to offer a very good amount of protection depending on the length of the mudguard.

SKS Raceblade mudguards are effective at reducing spray from the road

Mountain bike mudguards

Mountain bikers can keep riding through the worst of the winter weather with fork arch mounted mudguards and rear mudguards mounted to either the chainstays or seatpost. With sizes working well with 29ers and rear chainstay mounted guards pose no issue with dropper seat posts.

They might not be the most glamorous of accessories but staying dry will keep you warm, meaning you can stay out longer and ride more often. Being able to keep riding through the winter will keep skill and fitness on point for when the trails and weather start to dry.

A rear mudguard connected to the seat post of an MTB

Fitting with zip ties they are strong and stay in place with minimal fuss.


Summary

Mountain bike with a downtube guard

Mudguards are essential to keep riding through the winter, with many different types there is a wet weather solution to almost every bike. Road cyclists will be able to keep training through the worst of weather and riding friends appreciate not riding through the spray normally thrown up by the rider ahead.

Your bike will thank you and your winter clothing will last longer. Commuters will find mudguards essential, and mountain bikers will find it easier to keep warm and dry through the most extreme conditions.

Delivery & Guarantee

UK Delivery Information

We are committed to offering fast and free delivery, whether you're ordering bikes, accessories or clothing. Our standard delivery service is FREE in the UK, regardless of the size and on all orders over £20.

Please note that bulky products and bikes shipped to outlying UK regions are excluded from free shipping.

Please note that Pre-Order dates can sometimes change due to updated stock information.

Click here for more UK and international delivery information.

Returns & Warranty

It's easy to return a product with our 365 day, hassle free returns. 

We will give you a full refund or exchange on any item that is returned to us unused/unfitted, in a resaleable condition and in its original packaging (where possible).

Please note: For hygiene reasons, we cannot accept returns of facemasks, undershorts or underwear if the item has been removed/unsealed from its original packaging.

If your item develops a fault or arrives damaged, please contact us first so we can resolve the issue for you as quickly as possible.

For more information please visit our Returns & Warranty page.

You may also like...