• Ragley Kevlar Chainstay Protector

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Ragley ChainStay Protector

The Ragley Kevlar Chainstay protector is made from a very tough and durable TKL material: a mix of Kevlar and Neoprene, which will provide years of chain slap protection for your frame. It features subtle black on black graphics that will complement any frame.

It is easily attached via a Velcro fastener and has an anti slip silicone backing to prevent it from rotating or moving around once in place.

Please note that the TKL material is not as stretchy as a normal neoprene protector and therefore we have had to make frame specific sizes/shapes. Please be sure to order the right size for your frame!


  • TKL material will outlast any chainstay protector you have used before.
  • Subtle Ragley Graphics
  • Silicone backing to prevent rotating/movement



  • Short – 210x112mm – Designed to be used on Alloy seatstays
  • Medium – 270x102x80mm – Designed to fit the Ragley Piglet, Blue Pig and Big Wig. (Will also fit older Steel Ragley Frames)
  • Large – 270x112x90mm – Designed to fit the Ragley Marley + Mmmbop. (Will also fit older Alloy Ragley Frames)


  • Short – 23g
  • Medium – 19g
  • Large – 26g

Buy Ragley Components from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store.

  • Delivery cost $6.00
  • Delivery toUSA
  • 365 Days return or exchange

    If you're not completely satisfied with an item you may return it within 12 months of purchase. We'll give you a full refund if the item hasn't been used or the component hasn’t been fitted.

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  • Colour: Black
  • Size: Medium, Large, Short

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