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Low attaching vs high attaching mudguards/fenders on MTB

On any bike, the higher the mudguard, the smaller an "angle" is protected. Thus, the more road water/mud misses the guard and sprays out radially. Extreme example - I have an "ass ...
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Low attaching vs high attaching mudguards/fenders on MTB

The practical differences are… Fork arch based mudguards that attach with zip ties are very light and cheap but are more vulnerable to clearance issues. Practically this means when riding on sticky ...
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