Planet Bike Hardcore Fenders (Hybrid/Touring)

 
3.5 stars
 (2 Reviews)
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Description

Turn your bike into an all-weather vehicle with Planet Bike's Hardcore Fenders. Made of unbreakable Superflex polycarbonate with stainless-steel stays, they're ultra tough. They boast mudflaps for the ultimate in splash and spray protection and the front fender has release tabs for easy on/off. Plus, the hardware is pre-installed for quick mounting.

Features & Info

These fenders fit bicycles with 700c wheels.
Width: 45mm

Consumer Reviews

 
3.5 stars

(2 reviews)

100% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to Install  (2)
  • Good Protection  (2)
  • Lightweight  (2)
  • Tough  (2)

Cons

  • Front bracket off center 

Best Uses

  • Commuting 
  • City Bikes 
  • Touring 
  • Mountain Bikes 
  • Road Bikes 

 
4.0
Oct 23, 2010

Save your gears stay clean reduce grime

Pros:
Lightweight, Good Protection, Tough, Easy to Install
Cons:
Best Uses:
City Bikes, Road Bikes, Commuting, Mountain Bikes
I have installed several of these and it is pretty easy. Take your time and do not try to bent the struts . Use the 10 mm nut and take your time. The front fender is strange as it is off a little, just make sure you have enough clearance it keeps the crud off just the same. Here in Florida it is a life saver as the sand is everywhere and is picked up and flicked into your gears and chain. Over time it just wears em out. These fenders will save you time and money.
by DaPoppa from Tampa Bay

 
3.0
Jan 23, 2010

excellent fenders with a flaw

Pros:
Lightweight, Easy to Install, Good Protection, Tough
Cons:
Front bracket off center
Best Uses:
Touring
on my 2006 Trek 520, had to purchase 6mm stainless fastners at the hardware store, came with 5 mm. really good fenders, except, front bracket rivited off center, can't really center over tire, can't bend to adjust, would break fender. [...]. Usable, would be five stars if the bracket front was in line, jerry
by Velocio from Des Moines, IA