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john h

Awesome, how about the rear wheel crud?


What is it supposed to do? Any crud that hits that would have been flying forward anyways. Looks like slop would just build up there and it wouldn't protect the rider at all.

Lewis Loh

Hi Clinton,

This is more than sufficient to prevent mud from flinging onto your face. The water/mud that gets flung out (where the guard is) will be at the optimum trajectory that will land on your face.

Anything below it gets fluing upwards into the handlebar height.

So it does work. Many neoprene crud catchers work in the same way

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