Bontrager's Interchange Nebula Fenders are genius. After you install them for the first time, they go on/off without tools in seconds. Raining in the morning? Pop 'em on. Sunny on the way home? Take them off. They're made of a light and super-durable polycarbonate material with adjustable, oversize-aluminum stays for a custom and secure fit. They also include impressive mudflaps front and rear to stop wheelspray. The rear fender fits under a rack, and stays out of the way of bags and panniers. What's more, should you ever wear them out, these fine fenders are completely recyclable.
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Bontrager's NCS Fenders offer full coverage for riding in the rain and commuting all-winter long. They're made of a light and super-durable polycarbonate material and have rustproof stainless-steel struts and hardware. They come fully assembled and attach to your frame's eyelets in minutes. Plus, you don't have to remove your wheels. They also have no-cut struts that can easily be lengthened or shortened to perfect the tire clearance. You also get removable mudflaps front and rear for extra coverage and the rear fender is double-strutted for additional support. What's more, should you ever wear them out, the NCS Fenders are completely recyclable, too.
Ride in any weather The Bontrager NCS fender is everything you want in a fender. It installs in seconds, is available in a variety of sizes to fit various bikes, and offers full coverage to keep you dry. The no-cut design includes everything you need for easy installation and it even comes with an integrated Blendr rear light mount. - Fully assembled fenders that install in minutes - Unique adjustment arm design allows for easy, tool-free fine-tuning of strut length - Made of lightweight yet super-durable polycarbonate - Adjustment arm design allows for a clean single-strut look - Stainless steel hardware resists rust - Four sizes available to accommodate most bike and tire configurations
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