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Qbicle Tangent Universal Mudguard - Aluminium - 700c

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Single mudguard for use on front or rear. Qbicle Tangent is a stunning hugger, a short mudguard with aluminium stay for road bike tyres.

Some riders like to have the best and the coolest product available in a category. In the mudguard category that product has been designed by Qbicle and it's called the Tangent! Combining amazing style and precise function isn't that easy but it has been achieved here. The Tangent Fender attached to the bike via a beautiful CNC machined and anodised bracket which fixes to the rear RH axle (looking from the rear). The elegant stay is then mounted to the CNC bracket, and finally the actual mudguard itself is fitted to the upper end of the stay and fixed in to place with the stylish fixing screws provided. Important note when fitting: the water that sprays from the tyre does so within a limited part of the tyre's circumference. The Tangent Fender should be fixed in a position whereby this spraying water from the tyre is caught within the mudguard body. The reason you don't need a longer length mudguard is because the channels moulded into the underside of the mudguard body actually channel the water out from the sides of the mudguard body, hence no spray up your back and no spray in your mates face! Extra fittings are provided if you want to attach the fender to the front wheel.
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Can the Qbicle fender stem be cut down to fit a 20" wheel?
08 Feb 2018
The manufacturers do produce a 20" wheel version but nobody seems to sell that one, only those suitable for 700cc wheels. So I would like to know if the 700cc version stem can simply be cut down to fit more snuggly against a 20" folding bike wheel. Thanks
Hi there,

Yes you could trim the stay down, from the bottom, and reduce the height of the mudguard to fit pretty much any size wheel smaller than 700c.