Time to remove mudguards?

Discussion in 'Commuting' started by cyberknight, 18 Apr 2010.

  1. cyberknight

    cyberknight As long as I breathe, I attack.

    Land of confusion
    Commuterizing mk 2

    having swapped the "new" bike i got for one that fits (thanks night porter from the other forum :blush: )

    I was wondering is it time to leave the guards off?
  2. Mark_Robson

    Mark_Robson Senior Member

    I would leave them on. It's a wet winters day here up north. :blush:
  3. gb155

    gb155 Fan Boy No More.

    Yup, took mine off again yesterday, looking at putting em back on now.
  4. Stephen-D

    Stephen-D New Member

    Cairneyhill, Fife
    I took mine of last night, put the rear one back on this morning as it was peeing down :blush: got soaked cycling to work this morning, cycling home should be fine as it is nice and sunny now!
  5. Took mine off last week, and even had a couple of runs on my good bike.

    Sun is set to return next week:becool::blush:
  6. hackbike 666

    hackbike 666 Guest

    I leave mine on generally but the fantastic fixie hasn't got any fitted.
  7. Norm

    Norm Guest

    I took mine off a few days ago. It's been lovely here.
  8. Had a tentative look at taking mine off the hybrid,will do it tomorrow if the forecast is good for the week.
    Raceblades on the other means they can come off as and when required.
  9. gouldina

    gouldina New Member

    I always leave mine on all the time. It's not like it doesn't rain in the summer is it?
  10. Tynan

    Tynan Veteran

    mine went on when it bought it, they're part of the bike
  11. Riding in Circles

    Riding in Circles Veteran

    Lee, fit Kojaks all round for summer.
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