Stops mud and water getting flung in front of you, and therefore blowing back at you. Crown and stanchions still get a good bathing. XS version looks a little different to that pictured.
26 June 2010
Money well spent
Until you get one of these you dont realise what a difference they make. No longer do I get back from a ride looking like a dalmation. SImply the most effective £15 i've spent.
30 October 2009
Worth every pound !
Was sceptical at first to buy but so glad I did as it makes cycling to work on an MTB (and passing through a wooded shortcut) that much less messy. Especially not missing the muddied face/spex anymore when I get there. The "evil eyes" in small fits ok on my Recon Rock Shox. Amazing and simple product! The inventor's laughing!
06 June 2015
Best accessory for MTB ever!
Did moors and shores sportive and when I finished I was a bit dirty but not bad, my mate who did not have the guard was splattered all over his face and he knew it was crud, thrown forward off his front wheel and then riding through it.
I knew then |I have made the most significant purchase of the year for my bike!!
29 May 2015
does what it says on the tin
Great product, easy to fit, doeas what it's supposed to and easy to clean.
Oh and not a bad price either
18 April 2015
Keeps the spray of the face
A great alternative to a bulky mudguard. Keeps all the spray and mud away from the face.
02 April 2015
Great mud guard
Awesome piece of kit. The club I'm with all use it on their mountain bikes in Epping forest. I bought it and haven't looked back. Buy it now. But get the right size. Good value for money.
31 March 2015
Great product no more dirty face! Buy smaller than you think as very generous sizing. Bit pricey only downside
06 March 2015
Easy to install
These are dead easy to fit. They can be taken off in minutes or put back on while stopped. Easy to keep clean neoprene means if it dirty what for the excess to dry and then bung in the wash.
10/10? I think they could be a bit cheaper but in time the price should come down.
10 February 2015
Looks good on bike and surprising how much mud and spray it collects that would normally hit you in the face!
20 January 2015
Simple and quite effective
Used this neat little mudguard a few times now. It's great in that it's almost unnoticable and doesn't ever get in the way unlike the bulkier traditional guards. That said, there is still minor face splash and leg splatter too. For the price and convenience factor I am happy and will stick with it, but it doesn't offer guaranteed clean face if that's what you're after..,
14 January 2015
Does the job
I'm not one for mudguards etc but thought I would give this a try. Easy to fit, simple product and design. I have just completed a 18mile mtb ride across every type of terrain, when going slow/medium pace down it works a treat, on the flat it works great through water,sloppy mud, sticky mud you name it.
When going flat out down hill some spray still gets you but it definitely stops more dirt than NOT having one. Also looks a bit cool : )
09 January 2015
Nice looking at front side
Nice looking at front side with devil eye looking. Easy to fix with instruction given
14 December 2014
Worked - sort of
Not as good as I had hoped. It clearly did keep some of the crud off me, but not as much as I thought based on other reviews. Have given up and gone with a Mucky Nutz guard - much more effective.
10 December 2014
For being such a simple idea this works well. It isnt the cheapest of items however when you consider what it actually is.
01 December 2014
Mud measles cured in an instant!
Every muddy ride I'd get home to find my face covered in mud! I wondered why people stared, but it was because I looked like I had the measles, mud measles! Well, this little thing cured me in an instant! No more mud in yer eye!
22 November 2014
This is so simple and yet so effective. Simply put it kept all the mud out of my face during a particularly muddy 16 mile ride.
Rinse in water and repeat.
I would recommend this to anyone
12 November 2014
good product, fitting/sizing information great
Overall I was happy with the product, but was a bit disappointed to find out that the picture of the item did not quite match the product when it arrived. The detailing on the back does not exist.
02 November 2014
So simple but so good.
This is way better than any mudguard I have tried and so simple.
30 October 2014
It's easy and it works
Not much more to say. It was straightforward to install and cuts out a lot of mud and water flying off the top of the tyre.
27 October 2014
There's a reason you see lots of these
It does what it should do. That's why you see lots of people using them.
The bendy velcro on fenders do a similar job but I chose this because I have to take my front wheel off a lot and this is nicely out of the way.
I used the smallest version for a travel 120mm fork (Pike).
23 October 2014
Careful if you have minimal clearance...
I bought this for my 160mm Pike on a 650B wheel but had to take it off immediately: the first bit of mud took away the minimal clearance left, pulling the neoprene into the ca. 1cm space above the wheel and blocking rotation. Dangerous...
That said, I have used one of these before on my old bike which didn't have the clearance issue and it worked brilliantly.
01 September 2014
This stop the muck being chucked out in front and spattering your face.
30 July 2014
What a difference this little mudguard makes, completely stops the mud from being thrown up into your face, I ride with 4 folk and we all have them now,
23 July 2014
Quite impressed keeps most of the mud and spray off with very little weight. Have stopped using front mudguard.
27 May 2014
simple yet effective
easy to use and deffinately cuts out a lot of the face splatter
13 May 2014
Keeps a little mud out of the eyes
Is a pretty good little product and keeps some spray out of your eyes, It's pretty fiddily to fit and sometimes the velcro straps come undone and rub on the wheel.
It's helped though and pretty much goes un-noticed on my bike
12 May 2014
Expensive but worth it
Always wanted one but didn't want to pay the high price Eventually got a gift voucher so bought one. I have eyes like magnets that always seemed to attract the spray After putting this on have only ever had one instance and that was on a wet track Normally would get spray in my face and eyes at least 3 to 4 times per session. I do think they are over priced for what they are but if I lost the one I have I would replace it ASAP
15 April 2014
A clever way of stopping your face getting non stop splats from mud & puddles. I have a 29 wheeler MTB and the smallest size works well.
09 April 2014
cut down the splattered face look
A neat idea that is easy and quick to fit. It wont stop all the muck but does stop the spray you get which goes up through that gap and comes straight back in your face at speed. It looks good and is easy to clean and is better than arriving somewhere with a face covered in spots of road grime and mud.
A little pricey but a good alternative to fitting mud guards.
20 March 2014
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I have a small and it fits my 120-150 Revelation U Turn in all positions. It also fits 130mm revelations. You should get away with an XS on 120mm forks because ther is plenty of give in the neoprene and adjustment in the mounting straps
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If you look at the size guide on wiggle, it shows you where to measure to get the right one. Your measuring between the top of the forks down to the bridge that goes between the forks above the wheels. Hard to describe, the size guide shows you.
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The rrp Fits on the suspension fork, so the measurement between the bridge of the fork and it's crown is what you need. The frame size is totally irrelevant. If it is a 100mm fork get an XS a 120mm S (Rock Shox & Fox)
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Probably not unless your cyclocross bike has suspension or if you have a fork bridge/brace below the top of the legs then it would possbily fit. Needs something to attach to below the crown and above the wheel.
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My rear mudguard is currently jerry rigged bits of bedroll, works well. I imagine something similar could be zip tied to rigid forks in about the same place as the neoguard to achieve the same function. Might not be pretty, and might wear out faster, but inexpensive.