Fahrer Latz Urban Mud Flap - Black

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The Latz is made of recycled advertisement banner or truck tarpaulin. Now it will lead a new life. The origin makes all Latz unique. The manufacture takes place in Berlin, in cooperation with sheltered workshop.

- Colour: Black
- Fabric: Recycled Tarpaulin
- Length: 21cm
- Width at Top: 7cm
- Width Below: 11cm
- Designed & handmade in Berlin
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Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
Great product
By Darrell
10 Mar 2023
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ProsEasy to fit
Very happy with these mud flaps so far, time will tell if they keep the underside of my bike a bit less muddy.
Questions & Answers (4)
can they be used on the rear mudguard
07 Feb 2024
I have a Thorn club tour with original mudguards and was wondering if they could e fitted on the rear one or is it a front fitment only


This will work on both front and rear mudguards. SK 08/02/24
How stiff is the mudflap material?
01 Dec 2022
I have found in the past that a mudflap that is too flexible will touch the tyre when I ride with the wind behind me. Is this stiff enough not to fold forwards at the bottom of the mudguard?
Thank you for your enquiry. These are manufactured from advertisement banner or truck tarpaulin so are not very stiff, we would suggest our item number 25599 depending on the mudguard width.
Kind Regards. JP 01/12/22
How is it attached to the mudguard- essential info?
07 Mar 2019
Hi there,

This comes supplied with cable ties, and there are two holes either side of the flap. The cable ties go through this hole and then tie on to the stays at the bottom of the mudguard.

Latz Fahrer mud flap.
06 Apr 2018
I have a Cube 400 electric road bike. Which Latz Fahrer front mud flap would be the most effective to keep water off the motor, urban or race type? I’m just wondering if the urban type might be a little too long. Many thanks for your help and advice.
Hi there,

Without having your bicycle here we would be unable to tell which length will be suitable.