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SKS MTB Blade Mudguard Set

SKS MTB Blade Mudguard Set

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Product Description

The SKS MTB Blade mudguard set offers superior protection. The front Shockblade offers greater coverage than a downtube mounted mudguard, and is compatible with suspension forks. It integrates an efficient quick-release system for easy fitting and removal. 

The Shockblade is complimented by the highly adjustable rear X-Blade, utilising a dual pivot design to customise the fit, a super-strong quick-release fitting for ease of fitting & removal, and a dual compound construction with a softer material at the trailing edge for greater flexibility.

Ultra-light snap-on dirtboard:

  • For almost any suspension forks
  • Extremely light and almost unbreakable
  • Quick-release adapter
  • Adapter for Cannondale Headshok® and rigid forks available separately
  • Included in-delivery are 5 coneadapter (15 – 35 mm)

Key Features:

  • Weight: 97 g
  • Wheel size: 26"
  • Suitable for trekking, travel, cross and fitness bikes
  • Suitable for mountain bikes
  • 5-year warranty

SKS MTB Blade user guide

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SKS MTB Blade Mudguard Set Reviews

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Overall Rating:
4.3
out of 5
4.25
Build Quality
4.50
Performance
4.25
Value For Money
4.00

Customer Reviews (2)

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SKS 29" Mud Gaurds
by Anonymous user on 17/01/2019

Easy to fit on my Cube E Bike,Done a couple of rides and have performed well.

Easy to fit on my Cube E Bike,Done a couple of rides and have performed well.

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4 out of 5
Build Quality: 4/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 4/5
4
Great for fast removal.
by Anonymous user on 13/09/2018

Been using these for a couple of years. They are perfect for MTB commuters who want to leave the guards at home on dry days or weekend shredding. Protection is excellent, bag and glasses stay clean in wet mud. The front has a plug that fits up inside the fork tube, and the blade has a slot that fits into the plug. I did have an issue with the plug working loose over time, but that is easily fixed on the trail. The final results is a very stable and very easy to remove and reattach system. You can even do it whilst riding! The guard can rattle against the head tube over rough ground. Rear is attached with a loop of strap that clamps around the seat post. It can be adjusted to fit different sized tubes, its a bit fiddly and takes about 1 minute to adjust. Once adjusted, removal /replacement is trivial. Badly adjusted, it can swing round when knocked, and will detach itself on landings or bumping over fallen trees. It can also hit the rear wheel when under full shock compression on step-ups. It doesn't catch, just makes an alarming noise. It can obscure the rear light. Its still the best rear guard I've ever owned. I'd love a version that used rubber bands to attach and had a fitting for a rear light. Front Pros: Stable. Easy removal/attachment. Cons: Only minor ones. Rear Pros: Good protection. Fits any bike. Easy to remove/replace. Cons: Can fall off or go out of line if badly adjusted. Can foul wheel on rear suspension. Obscures rear light.

Been using these for a couple of years. They are perfect for MTB commuters who want to leave the guards at home on dry days or weekend shredding. Protection is excellent, bag and glasses stay clean in wet mud. The front has a plug that fits up inside the fork tube, and the blade has a slot that fits into the plug. I did have an issue with the plug working loose over time, but that is easily fixed on the trail. The final results is a very stable and very easy to remove and reattach system. You can even do it whilst riding! The guard can rattle against the head tube over rough ground. Rear is attached with a loop of strap that clamps around the seat post. It can be adjusted to fit different sized tubes, its a bit fiddly and takes about 1 minute to adjust. Once adjusted, removal /replacement is trivial. Badly adjusted, it can swing round when knocked, and will detach itself on landings or bumping over fallen trees. It can also hit the rear wheel when under full shock compression on step-ups. It doesn't catch, just makes an alarming noise. It can obscure the rear light. Its still the best rear guard I've ever owned. I'd love a version that used rubber bands to attach and had a fitting for a rear light. Front Pros: Stable. Easy removal/attachment. Cons: Only minor ones. Rear Pros: Good protection. Fits any bike. Easy to remove/replace. Cons: Can fall off or go out of line if badly adjusted. Can foul wheel on rear suspension. Obscures rear light.

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4.5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 4.5/5
Value For Money: 4/5