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rie:sel design

rie:sel design schmutz:fink Mudguard Children black

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Product Description

The Schmutzfink from Risel Design is a mudguard specially designed for children's bicycles. The recesses for mounting in the seat stays are designed so that the mudguard can be mounted on smaller children's saddles. Here the seat stays are closer together at the back. The functions of the "schmutzfink" are like with the "ritze L": Four fixing points ensure a secure and firm hold on the saddle. Installation is tool-free. The Schmutzfink was designed as a splash guard to keep your face free of dirt, mud and water under adverse conditions.

The shape of the mudguard was specially developed and optimised to meet the requirements of suspension forks. Special colours for the graphics and an additional varnish provide lasting protection against adverse influences. The design of the "ritze L" is therefore extremely scratch-resistant. The riesel design "Schmutzfink" was developed for splash protection at the rear area. The saddle is mounted between the saddle braces without tools.

Specifications
Type
Rear mudguard  
Operating Range
MTB  
Mudguards
Build: Mudguard  
Suitable wheel sizes
20, 24'', 26'', 27.5'', 29'', 28''
Material
Polypropylene (PP)  
Weight
Whole: 36  g
Scope of Delivery
Delivery: 1 fender  
Gender
Children
Model year
2018
Product number
575138
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