Civia makes the Bryant chainguard. It's slim, sleek, classic and minimal.
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However, the chainguard is also designed for their belt driven Civia bikes without derailleurs. Fitting it to a regular road bike was not the intention. But, I want to fit it to a regular road bike.
The front of the bracket hooks into the bottom bracket. No problems there. The issue is at rear of the bracket. On a belt driven Civia, the bracket attaches to the chain stay. However, this will not work on a modern road bike nor would I want to connect it on the chain stay. I would like to connect the rear portion of the chainguard to the seatstay. The question is how? The bracket provided is clearly meant to grasp a chainstay (or something horizontal) in its design, plus it isn't nearly long enough, so it is essentially useless. What I need is something angled, to grab the seatstay then extend outward to the pre-drilled hole in the chainguard.
Any clever ideas out there?