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Topeak DeFender R1/R2
$54.99
Protect your precious road rocket from wet roads and bad weather with Topeak's DeFender R1/R2 fender set. They utilize a unique quick-release mounting system that makes installation a snap and they're made from tough, but light polycarbonate with stainless steel struts for stiffness and durability. And, they accommodate tires up to 700 x 25c in size.
Topeak MTX DeFender
$7.99
Topeak's MTX DeFender is the perfect addition to your RX BeamRack. It clips seamlessly to the rack and provides valuable protection against moisture and trail grime.
Portland Design Works Origami Rear Seatpost Fender
$20.99
Just the thing for rainy weather, the Portland Design Works minimalist Origami Rear Seatpost Fender attaches to a clamp-on bracket you mount to your seatpost. And it packs down so you can easily store it when not in use. - Length: 445 mm (7.5") - Weight: 160 g (5.6 oz)
Electra Townie Original Aluminum Fenders
$49.99
A pair of Electra's Townie Aluminum Fenders on your ride will let you pedal even in less-than-ideal conditions. They're made from durable, low-maintenance aluminum and offer full coverage so you'll arrive squeaky clean. All mounting hardware is included for quick and easy installation.
Bontrager NCS Fender Set
$59.99
Ride in any weather The Bontrager NCS fender is everything you want in a fender. It installs in seconds, is available in a variety of sizes to fit various bikes, and offers full coverage to keep you dry. The no-cut design includes everything you need for easy installation and it even comes with an integrated Blendr rear light mount. Product details - Fully assembled fenders that install in minutes - Integrated rear Blendr light mount for use with Bontrager Flare lights - No-cut struts allow quick strut adjustment for proper tire clearance - Double-back strut on rear fender adds support and stability - Made of lightweight yet super-durable polycarbonate - Stainless steel hardware resists rust - Four sizes available to accommodate most bike and tire configurations
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