Reddit Reddit reviews SKS X-Tra Dry Rear Bicycle Fender for 26 inch wheels

We found 16 Reddit comments about SKS X-Tra Dry Rear Bicycle Fender for 26 inch wheels. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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SKS X-Tra Dry Rear Bicycle Fender for 26 inch wheels
Fender is an update of classic backscratcher fender, named for the shape; long and straight, with curve at one endQuick-release strap grabs onto seat post or seat tube; pivot behind quick release to adjust angle of fenderLong, narrow fender surface keeps chamois from getting too soggy, and rooster tails from soaking your backMade of shock-resistant, performance plastic; 140-gram weightCompatible with any seat post; recommended for all types of wet-weather cycling
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16 Reddit comments about SKS X-Tra Dry Rear Bicycle Fender for 26 inch wheels:

u/Singletrack_Criminal · 6 pointsr/bikecommuting

Hey there, fellow SF bike commuter.

I use this for my rear (road bike) wheel. Cheap, stays in place, keeps the rain off. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000X61N2A/ref=od_aui_detailpages00?ie=UTF8&psc=1.

I don't use one for my front wheel - the downtube does most of the work, and my feet take the rest. I ride flat pedals, and purchased FiveTen Freerider Element XVI (weather-resistant) shoes. As long as you tie the laces tight, they work pretty well for anything short of a downpour.

I've got a pretty good setup at work - a fan under my desk to help dry stuff out between rides, and I bring an extra set of commute clothes if it's really pouring.

u/c0nsumer · 5 pointsr/bicycling

These work great: http://www.amazon.com/X-Tra-Rear-Bicycle-Fender-wheels/dp/B000X61N2A/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1458140255&sr=8-1&keywords=sks+fender

Not small enough to fit in a backpack (it'll stick out some) but very easy to install/remove and does a great job catching rear-wheel spray. Clamps to the seat post and can easily be adjusted to fit around a saddlebag/light.

u/djwhowe · 4 pointsr/philadelphia

I used to live at 2nd and Wharton and would ride my bike to Federal/Elsworth and lock my bike up on the North East corner of Broad and Federal on really snowy days. Right here to be exact. I would lock my back wheel and frame to the staple rack w/ a U-Lock and a shitty cable lock between the front tire and the U-Lock. In the 20 or so times I locked it there the only thing that was stolen was one of these plastic mud guards, because I forgot to take it with me.

Replaced that mud guard with mounted ones and never had a problem. I work from home now, so not really an issue.

u/AlfalfaOneOne · 3 pointsr/bikecommuting

I have SKS fenders for my MTB and Planet Bike ones for my commuter. They're both absolutely necessary here in Washington. Fenders are the first thing I recommend to people I work with who ask me about commuting. They go a long way to improve the quality of your ride. Congratulations on your first commute.

u/atipicalarmedcitizen · 2 pointsr/FixedGearBicycle

It does the job for something that's easy to take off and on.

Here it is on Amazon.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/bicycling

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u/Alfred_Brendel · 1 pointr/bicycling

A few weeks ago I got one of those fenders that clips onto the seat post. It's ugly as sin, but damn if it doesn't work like a charm. That would actually be a good motto for cycling in general: "Yeah it's ugly, but damn if it doesn't work."

u/slowurxvt · 1 pointr/bicycling

Getting some clip-on fenders could help a lot. I put this and this on my cross bike and my feet still get soaked but the face splash and back stripe are gone.

u/Last_Rogue · 1 pointr/bicycling

For more comfortable, I would consider buying a rear fender. At least you won't get the mud trail up your back when you bike in the rain/slush.

For safer, I would buy yourself a high visibility vest, like this. Do you own a helmet? You should get one of those as well.

u/TypeQuandry · 1 pointr/bicycling

What style fenders do people like? Is a front one ever necessary? Most of the splash is on my back. I was looking at this one (link) which seems pretty popular, but it's a funny shape.

u/WRETCHEDBEAST · 1 pointr/FixedGearBicycle

I've always been a fan of the ol' Beaver Tail.

u/mike413 · 1 pointr/bicycling

Mountain bike fenders don't look like commuter fenders, they're more heavy plastic clip-on things:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000X61N2A

u/xucchini · -1 pointsr/UCDavis

This one works pretty well for the back wheel and is really convenient.

http://www.amazon.com/X-Tra-Rear-Bicycle-Fender-wheels/dp/B000X61N2A/#