Crud Raceguard Mud Guard. Lowest ever price on Amazon - £4.48 (Prime) £8.97 (Non Prime)
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Crud Raceguard Mud Guard. Lowest ever price on Amazon - £4.48 (Prime) £8.97 (Non Prime)

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Found 11th Jul
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Cheapest it's ever been by far on Amazon. I don't know about other outlets.

  • Super light rear mudguard
  • Strong and durable design
  • Seatpost mounting system fits in minutes
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these are great, good find op
Deal of the day in my opinion thanks op
Does this flop around or is it stable?
Just keep in mind guys that IF you have a dropper post then this mud guard won't fit/work properly. Unless you place it at the highest point of your post but then you still get loads of over splash so it's a bit pointless then. But this is a great price for a quality crud catcher. This is the normal 26' wheel version I assume. They do make a 27.6 (650b) version and a 29er version. So just be aware....
Edited by: "winter_zombie" 11th Jul
tawse5725 m ago

Does this flop around or is it stable?


Very stable, highly recommended
Edited by: "pualsg" 11th Jul
Bought it. Thanks OP
Bought, much needed. Thanks OP.
Looks a good price, don't normally vote on prime deals, but would bite if I was a prime member
Cheers bought
winter_zombie13 h, 41 m ago

Just keep in mind guys that IF you have a dropper post then this mud guard …Just keep in mind guys that IF you have a dropper post then this mud guard won't fit/work properly. Unless you place it at the highest point of your post but then you still get loads of over splash so it's a bit pointless then. But this is a great price for a quality crud catcher. This is the normal 26' wheel version I assume. They do make a 27.6 (650b) version and a 29er version. So just be aware....


What’s a dropper post
MR11231 h, 10 m ago

What’s a dropper post


A seatpost that can be raised and lowered while riding, typically by operating a lever on the handlebar. Very common on mountain bikes now as it allows a bike to switch from an XC configuration (high post) to a descending one (low post) without needing to stop and muck about.
Edited by: "daern" 12th Jul
But if you s**t yourself then you can't blame it on the bike
Works out free if you top up your amazon account £25
daern5 h, 33 m ago

A seatpost that can be raised and lowered while riding, typically by …A seatpost that can be raised and lowered while riding, typically by operating a lever on the handlebar. Very common on mountain bikes now as it allows a bike to switch from an XC configuration (high post) to a descending one (low post) without needing to stop and muck about.


Their common on bikes at around £800+. You won't get them on Halfords bikes at £81 LoL
winter_zombie1 h, 56 m ago

Their common on bikes at around £800+. You won't get them on Halfords …Their common on bikes at around £800+. You won't get them on Halfords bikes at £81 LoL


A half-decent one will set you back more than £100, so no, not really at that price range at all.

As for the mudguard: I never bothered with mudguards until I started commuting on my MTB. I picked this up for about £16, and was shocked. It's not great construction. If you lean the backwheel against the wall, the mudguard will warp, and it's really difficult to push it back into place. When I was a kid I had a more solid Halfords thing that wouldn't warp like that, and didn't look quite so...tacky. £5 is a reasonable price, but without prime, I really wouldn't recommend it.
EllEzDee20 m ago

A half-decent one will set you back more than £100, so no, not really at …A half-decent one will set you back more than £100, so no, not really at that price range at all.As for the mudguard: I never bothered with mudguards until I started commuting on my MTB. I picked this up for about £16, and was shocked. It's not great construction. If you lean the backwheel against the wall, the mudguard will warp, and it's really difficult to push it back into place. When I was a kid I had a more solid Halfords thing that wouldn't warp like that, and didn't look quite so...tacky. £5 is a reasonable price, but without prime, I really wouldn't recommend it.


I was been sarcastic. I know how much a dropper post costs, I have one on my Giant trance 2 .
winter_zombie16 h, 37 m ago

Their common on bikes at around £800+. You won't get them on Halfords …Their common on bikes at around £800+. You won't get them on Halfords bikes at £81 LoL


Who mentioned Halfords? And £81 wouldn't get you a mountain bike anyway. Not quite sure what the point of your comment is.
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