SPEED MULLET Regular
- Keeps your feet dry on wet roads
- Universal fit for all bike types
- Cable routing friendly
- Mounts in seconds, without tools
- Suitable for 23-42 mm tires
The front mudguard that will keep your feet happy! Mounts in seconds on basically any bike, regardless of frame size or cables. The long downward reach make sure it's busy were it really counts.
The attachment of the SPEED MULLET is done in seconds with a single 2-in-1 velcro strap. Big fat carbon frame or thin steel frame doesn't matter. The design of the folds makes sure that correct angle is achieved every time on every bike.
What puts the SPEED MULLET above the rest is the cable routing feature. Utilizing two shallow channels to let the cables pass between the frame and mudguard, it's compatible with the majority of existing cable combinations.
Use it anywhere
Wether you are dodging traffic in a wet downtown rush hour or grinding the endless gravel in the rain, the SPEED MULLET is your new haircut.
Measures: 390x113 mm
Weight: 30 g
Material: 0.8 mm PP (Polypropylene)
The attachment features two tabs that folds in underneath the velcro strap. They provide stability so that the SPEED MULLET holds it's position even under rough conditions. They also make sure that the right angle is achieved, regardless if you have a thin steel frame or a fat carbon frame.
Thanks to three silicone bumpers and the specific routing of the strap, two channels are formed between the frame and the mudguard. This enable the SPEED MULLET to work flawlessly with downtube mounted cables. If your cables are without cable housing they will run freely in the channels without scratching your frame and with no impact on your shifting.
EXCEPTION! For safety reasons the SPEED MULLET should not be used in connection with uncovered cables for the rear brake. This is not very common but if your bike has mechanical disc brakes, please make sure your downtube brake cable has housing before using SPEED MULLET.
To give your feet the best protection, make sure to fold the outer edges of the SPEED MULLET at almost 90 degrees so that they are facing forward and place the mudguard as close to the wheel as possible while still maintaining clearance for steering. If you are looking for maximum drivetrain protection, fold the outer edges just slightly and place the SPEED MULLET further down, closer to the chainring.
Just for safety, please check for steering clearance and brake function before each ride.