These are, as far as we know, unique in that they cover both the front and back wheels with one interchangeable design. Clamps go round either the seatstays or fork legs, so the guard always moves with the suspension.
In practice they were ﬁddly to ﬁt the ﬁrst time round, and even a bind to reﬁt later, so they didn’t win many friends on that front. They were smart and unobtrusive once in place, but weighty, and the front guard didn’t stop water and mud getting thrown forward into our faces.
This article was originally published in What Mountain Bike