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JohnClimber
post May 2 2012, 06:22 PM
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My all new Ass Savers turned up today.

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Staffan from Ass Savers has even donated an Ass Saver to my prize pot and 10 to the John Moore is fundraising for Alzheimer's Society fund taking it over 800 now


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bazza
post May 2 2012, 10:23 PM
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QUOTE(singlespeed @ May 2 2012, 07:22 PM) *
The next site is work and child safe. I promise........

Ass Savers

And yet there is a section titled 'F*ck Packaging'!
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Kerr
post May 3 2012, 06:56 AM
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For the penny pinchers, you can do something similar with the plastic bit you get in the bottom of a lidl bag.

Its mad its may and were still talking mudguards.

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nealmax
post May 3 2012, 11:19 AM
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Got to say as someone that doesn't really like rear guards those look like a good idea! as is the Butt Fender, just right for the summer months rolleyes.gif
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Gareth
post May 7 2012, 06:22 PM
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looks good for your narrow tyre commuter bike; as it's a long way from the tyre; spray from a wide tyre will probably get around it. It's unlikely it would last a single off road ride, not because it would get broken but because it would get ripped off and lost on the trail. I gave up with rear mudguards a few years ago and went with waterproof shorts instead, absolutely nothing seemed to survive the abuse I was dishing out and most either hit the tyre at the bottom of the suspension or my backside when off the saddle. Others were destroyed by the wind on the back of my <Ahem> carefully driven and sensibly engined car. whistling.gif


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