Blackburn Barrier Mud Guard

Blackburn Barrier Mud Guard
Blackburn Barrier Mud Guard
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Barrier Mud Guard by Blackburn
Stop mud splatters and puddle spray with the Blackburn Barrier Mud Guard. Compatible with most mountain bike forks, this lightweight guard installs in a snap with four hook and loop straps to keep it in place and out of the way.

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SKU: BLB003I
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