This morning, BikeRadar were introduced to a fresh mudguard concept – a snug- fitting , seatstay-mounted design that's nearly ready for launch. It's called the Mudhugger. The 'guard is the brainchild of brotherly business duo Bruce and Jamie Gardiner.
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The small-bore press- fit BB gets ISCG mounts moulded round the outside, and there are Crudcatcher mounts under the down tube. Vast tyre clearance behind the broad platform where the seatstays, extended seat tube and super-low top tube meet and melt.
The subtly S-shaped down tube has Crud Catcher as well as bottle cage bolts, with the controls entering into well-sealed plugs at the top end. Whyte's broad SCR (Single Chain Ring) main-pivot architecture is carried by the threaded bottom bracket block.
Curiously for a bike with more braze-on mounts than you can shake a shop full of bolt-on accessories at, there are no Crud Catcher mounts. That's the only omission though. Want a front rack? No problem. Rear rack and mudguard? Yep. Three bottle cages.
It comes complete with Crud Catcher mounts; internal cable routing keeps it looking neat; while the single 30mm bearing main pivot is punched through the centre of the kinked seat tube. The pivot for the shock-driving swing link goes through the centre.
Pete Tomkins' plastic Crud Catcher was the first ... come up with this new Roadracer set. Set to hit shop shelves at the start of September, the set includes both front and rear guards, and has been designed to fit 700x23c and 700x25c tyres.
but the new Crud Roadracer mudguards have done just that. In 1991 Pete Tomkins developed the Crud Catcher, a simple plastic mudguard which attached to the downtube via rubber bands or zipties. It was an instant hit and still remains the default choice for.
This whippy feel won't be appreciated by riders wanting to get power down as efﬁciently as possible, so may want to check out the stiffer, but otherwise very similar Orange Crush. There's reasonable tyre room at the rear, while three-bolt sliding.
The 44mm head tube can take tapered forks, and there are mounts for that most British of bolt-ons – a Crud Catcher mudguard – below the head tube-reinforcing gusset. The top tube slopes down to an extended seat tube with a forward facing clamp slot to.
which is all templated on established favourites. We didn't have any trouble from Whyte's own wheels either, despite thrashing several sets through most of last year's wretched weather. A neat front-closing seat collar, Crud Catcher mounts and.
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If getting to work, as well as working the tech, is important, the rear rack mounts are a bonus. Tyre clearance is generous between the chunky rear stays and, together with the big D-section down tube, they guarantee a muscular, accurate ride feel. You.
A bike with pure downhill race feel from Rocky Mountain - at last! The Flatline Pro is solid, stiff, plush and inﬁnitely tunable – a downhill fettler's dream bike. There are options for a more freeridey set-up of the Flatline Pro to keep it versatile.