Blackburn Splashboard Rear Fender

Blackburn Splashboard Rear Fender
Blackburn Splashboard Rear Fender
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Splashboard Rear Fender by Blackburn
If you've ever commuted without a fender on a rainy day, you'll understand why you need Blackburn's Splashboard Rear Fender. Protecting your backside from mud and splashes is its entire reason for existence, and its easy, tool-free mounting design means you'll be out the door and on your commute without wasting precious time.

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SKU: BLB0150
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