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Do It Yourself — Mountain Bike Mudguards


A 21-year-old engineering student from Finland. Has always been into engineering and an avid cyclist since childhood. Created Engineered and Geared -blog to combine these two hobbies into something worth sharing with everyone.

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8 Responses

  1. Thank you for another informative website. Whede elkse could I am getting that kind of information written in such a perfect manner?
    I’ve a project that I am simply now working on, and I have
    been at the glance out foor such information.

    • Aleksi says:

      First off, thanks for your comment!

      What kind of a project is it and what kind of information are you looking for? Mind giving me some details and maybe I can help you with it? 🙂


  2. David says:

    I used your fender instructions this weekend – fantastic. I did not use the right material for the rear and it fell apart after several hours but the front held up through a huge thunderstorm. I think I’ll use some packing tape to make a little drop off the front to keep the spray from coming up and over the top. Thank you so much for this!

    • Aleksi says:

      Awesome, glad to hear my instructions were useful! That sounds like a good addition, feel free to let me (and other readers) know how it went if you get it finished.

  3. Baldvin Þór Guðmundsson says:

    Awesome! I was gonna buy fenders but I’m glad I see this blueprints. Took me 6 hours to make and strap on bike for 2$

  4. PACO GARCIA says:

    Hi, what would be the template of front / rear mudguards for a 27,5+ bike?

    • Aleksi says:

      Hey! A quick workaround for that is to make the fenders slightly wider for 27,5+ tires. Although I am not sure if that’s necessary, it should be wide enough even for 27,5+ tires.
      – Aleksi

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