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Gear that keeps you going out in the winter.
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Mucky nuts Confusedhock: yes you really do want to get them in the winter Wink
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Face fenders, Why I like these is one there cheap, easy to fit on and off and now come with a splash of cool colours, keeps most of the muck from your face, and also do a good job of keeping fork stations a bit more clean meaning there run smoother for longer with less wearing. In the really mucky weather I add a gut fender. Tried the butt fender but found it didn't work that well, but Iv never got on with rear fenders, alway seem to bang around to much, slip side ways or get sucked into the rear wheel.
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