Why Fender Bikes

After the snow melt, it’s back to riding rain bikes in Seattle. We’re in the rainy season from now until May and these photos show why we ride with fenders and flaps.

Pink and Fendered

Those protect you, but they’re more for the people you ride with in a group. That mud, dirt, and grime all over the bike would spray up into their faces without the flaps.

Flax and Fendered

Why do we do it? Because riding in the rain cleanses the soul.

Roubaix Fendered

It also destroys your drivetrain.

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