Cycling in Sydney Australia
N/A is regularly on my case to get mudguards for my touring bike.
But maybe I should just wait for this little number to go into production instead!
I'm sure N/A will have a suitable comment and story to add.
this fairing, 0
I like it but with a muddies + beach ball combo you do have good options to attach number plates.
I think this needs a bit more future proofing around this as the current $405 fine for having "Obscured Number Plates" may upset me a little too much to maintain new bike gadget enthusiasm.
Go and buy it,then complain what a cr@p it is.....
Mudguards are a necessary evil on a touring bike. I am still looking for a set which won't rattle, won't catch my foot and won't break. I may have to do a blog along the lines of "N/A Syndrome", called "Mudguard Theory and Practice".
I don't recommend you sink too much of your hard-earned into this device, Mr O'. I'd hate to be riding it in a strong side-wind. Though it may be no worse than this, and its rider did a much faster time than I did in that PBP. (And it has mudguards.)
are they made in shade clothe lol