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Old 10-24-12, 06:44 AM
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The best, the fastest, and the most reliable.

I'm looking for the easiest, most multi-bike friendly, as well as the most protective clip-on front and rear bike fenders. I have more "permanent" fenders on my snow bike, but for the crummier months, I need something that can be swapped from road bike to commuting bike in less than 5 minutes...maybe even faster.
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I'm sure they all present compromises. You may have to make your own to be satisfied.
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The only thing that I've had that will swap that fast is the SKS motocross style fenders designed for mtn bikes.
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