The high-quality 2-component dirtboard for the rear wheel of mountain and trekking bikes. Due to the quick-release mounting, the dirtboard can be fitted to almost any seat post and optimally adjusted to the wheel using the 2-joint technology.
28'' 29'' - 239 g
26'' 27,5'' - 228 g
Buy SKS X-Blade II Rear Mudguard from Chain Reaction Cycles, the worlds largest online bicycle store.
Rated 5 out of 5 by glynieboy Works Great!
It's BIG, it's HEAVY and it looks rubbish on but man does it do the job well! Not a single speck of dirt on my back!
All the con's are eliminated by the fact you don't get that uncomfortable feeling of a wet back and bum meaning you can enjoy the ride and ride further during the harsh muddy and wet UK months!
25 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by John8412 Solid
A good solid mudguard. Looks like the adjustment should last
08 December 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by innpinn Great quick release action
A bit fiddly to fit initially, but once fitted it does a great job and doesn't move. I fitted mine to the seat post guide as I didn't have enough room on the seat post itself.
07 December 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Peds223 Not suitable for XC or similar use.
Just not suited to off road use,wobbles about to much and you still get your back covered in mud.
11 November 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chuckeieio Worth every penny.
Ive had mine for a while now and only use it after a rainfall.
Firstly I'm impressed that something that's so easy to take on and off holds so sturdy when its on. I've done dozens of knee high drops on my HT with this only 3-4" off the rear tire and although it flexes a bit, it never once rubbed.
The coverage is just plain great it comes right to the tip of the rear tire.
Not a droplet of mud on my back or head.
Very light weight.
Tighten it up after a few rides when its new.
19 August 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Strong light and easy.
The unit is extremely easy to put on and take off your bike once it's adjusted to your needs. The coverage is great and so far mine hasn't moved on the seat post at all other than when I leaned it up against a tree for a rest for a while.
I put a shockblade II on the front and they go very well together. CRC FTW!
27 June 2013
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Support length (i.e. distance from the pivot to the seatpost clamp) is 200mm on both sizes of this guard, and the guard itself is 4-5mm thick. Lying on a flat surface, the 26-27.5" size measures roughly 65mm high, 105mm wide (at it's widest point) and 515mm long. The 28-29" version measures 85mm x 105mm x 585mm
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