Gilles Berthoud 650B Stainless Steel Mudguards - Short

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Stainless steel fenders, durable, unaltered by road salt and offering excellent mud and rain protection. They are ideal fenders for touring and city bicycles.

The front fender is shorter (150mm extension ahead of the fork crown hole). Fits tires from 650B x 28 to 37 (for 40mm) and 26 x 1.75 / 650B x 37 to 44 (for 50mm). Delivered with complete hardware to connect the rear fender to brake bridge with no threaded boss.

NOTE: The L-bracket (219KIT103) is not included.

We highly recommend using a second, vertical stay on the rear guard to reduce "bouncing".
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597 rims
By Anonymous
06 Jun 2020
5 / 5
I recommend this product
Someone asked a question about what size to choose for 597 (aka the old 26 x 1 1/4) rims. I purchased the GB mudguards in 650B 40mm size and they fit snugly on my 1950s Raleigh Leyton. Super smart too! I know that SJS recommended the 622 size for these rims but just wanted to say that the 650B size will fit as well.
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Mudguards for 1939 Raleigh 'Sports'
22 May 2020
Bike has Dunlop 26 x 1¼" EA1 rims (wheel dia 610mm), shod with 32-597 tyres (wheel dia 660mm with tyres fitted). 40mm mudguard width is fine but what size/dia mudguard would fit (if any)?
Thank you.
because these are steel there will be no flexibility in the diameter, i suggest the SKS Chromoplastic Mudguard Set - 700c - Silver in 45mm (SJS Cycles part number : 39809W45) your rims are 597, these are designed for 622 rims which is little difference. RT
Is this suitable for 37mm tyres
04 May 2018
I know the data sheet says up to 37mm tyres, but in your experience is this correct given that this is at the top end of the range.
Hi there,

You will be very lucky to fit anything bigger than 37mm and not have rubbing on the tyre.