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Commuter Mud Flap - Plain Jane



 
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Commuter Mud Flap - Plain Jane
Front and rear mud flaps with high visibility prismatic reflective surface.

Already have enough logos on your bike but still want to be seen and protect your bike and riding partner? We offer the PLAIN JANE mud flap, a solid flood of prismatic vinyl and nothing else, available in both white and red.

BE SEEN, BE SAFE, BE CLEAN 

RainyDayBiking mud flaps provide highway grade reflectivity on a full coverage mud flap, both front and rear. The front mud flap provides an additional 6 inches of coverage protecting your feet and drive train from excessive wear while the rear mud flap provides an additional 10 inches of visibility and coverage protecting those behind you. The highway grade reflective vinyl reflects light from ½ mile away enhancing your visibility and safety. 

The mud flaps are manufactured from High Density Polyurethane which is lightweight and durable, reflective vinyl that meets Federal highway standards for visibility, and come with stainless steel mounting hardware and full instructions.

Price: $20.95

Product Code: 320

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2 colors: red and white

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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Great flaps! July 1, 2016
Reviewer: Alex Brede from Bellingham, WA United States  
These are my third pair of Rainy Day mud flaps. Have them on all my fendered bikes. Super visible and great for my buddies.

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Visibly dry. May 3, 2014
Reviewer: Tom from Manchester United Kingdom  
It rains a lot in Manchester. These keep us dry and visible. Great product.

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mud flaps December 13, 2013
Reviewer: susan moerer from Portland, OR United States  
same as above

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