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Musguard

Musguard is a simple bicycle mudguard that comes off and rolls up when the roads are dry. Weighing only 40 grams, the lightweight portable mud flap easily straps onto most bike frames without  messing your bikes minimal aesthetic and fitting neatly, very close to the rear wheel. After use it can be easily rolled up on your frame or simply stored in your bag, pocket or hung on your key chain. Musguard ships internationally and is available in several colors. watch the video



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