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Bicycle Mud-Flap Guard 1970's Cycle-Rite No.774

Bicycle Mud-Flap Guard 1970's Cycle-Rite No.774

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Seller's Description:  Bicycle Mud Flap Guard 1970's Cycle Rite No.774
Mud Flap for your Bike! [NEW - SEALED]   Bike Accessory
About: Bicycle Mud-Flap Guard 1970's Cycle-Rite No.774 for sale

The front mudflap is useful for keeping rain and street grime off of your feet and drivetrain. The rear one is useful for keeping the grime from spraying up off of your rear wheel, into the faces of fellow riders.

If you are a "fair weather" cyclist, you don't need fenders, but if you are a serious cyclist, and don't live in a desert climate, you really should have at least one bicycle with fenders.  Fenders make a tremendous difference when you are riding roads that are wet from drizzle, recent rain, or snowmelt.  In a hard rain, you may become wet with clean rain from above, but fenders will protect your body and bicycle from the mud and sand kicked up from dirty puddles and rivulets. The British use the word "mudguards". In the early days of bicycling when horses were common, that word only began to describe the advantage of fenders!

Rainproof clothing completes the picture of the well-equipped wet-weather cyclist. A rain cape -- and if you need to keep your hair dry, a helmet cover -- allow free ventilation and maximum comfort. A jacket of Gore-Tex™ or other breathable fabric also can do the job, though it can get sweaty and hot in a warm rain. A jacket with a hood, or a conventional poncho, is not recommended, because it will interfere with vision when turning the head.  Bicycle Mud-Flap Guard for sale. We Have More Bicycle Parts for Sale. Vintage Bike Tubes, Vintage Derailleurs, and More. See Our main bike products site.
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