Ass Savers’ latest products celebrate detours on rides, both planned and happenstance, with the new Detour Kollection. The design features mountain layers and mud splatter and is available on the Fendor Bendor big, Mudder mini front, and a Purist bottle. Or you can buy the whole kit as a pack. The products are in stock now at Ass Savers.
The plague of all-road bikes with no provisions of fenders affects us all, luckily, with clamp-on partial fenders like the Mudder Mini by Ass-Savers, your headset bearings are protected from those early spring time rides through damp roads. These universal fit partial fenders clamp on directly to the fork blades of your favorite bike, protect your face from spray and weigh next to nothing. See more information on the Mudder Mini at Ass-Savers.
Not every bike has provisions for a fender, but that doesn’t mean your mates need to be sprayed in the face. The newly designed Fendor Bendor has a width big enough to cover a 32-55mm tire, is only 61 grams, and will last for many rainy rides to come. See more at Ass-Savers.
Ass Savers innovated the rear fender market with their flexible fenders and now, they’re looking to party up front too with the Speed Mullet fender. These fenders keep your feet mostly dry on wet roads, will fit on most bikes, is cable routing friendly, mounts in seconds and suited for 23-42mm tires. These are available for order now at Ass Savers, for a late March shipping.
Ass Savers’ mini, foldable fenders are meant to give your kit a barrier from mud or road grime in a pinch. Now, their popular design includes a “Flip Tip”, allowing the fender to lock into the saddle rails for a more accurate hold. Check out more at Ass Savers!
Artist Bicycle Crumbs recently collaborated with Ass-Savers on a reflective Fendor Bendor. These foldable fenders weigh only 60 grams, can fit in a jersey pocket, or stored under your saddle and will fit on just about every road, cross or track bike. See stock and pricing at Ass-Savers.
Ass Savers is known for their minimalist fenders that pack down and save your rear end from rain and road debris. Small and simple design to save the day, right? Yet their two new models do more… After recently adopting the rights to the Fendor Bendor, Ass Savers now manufactures a longer rear fender, along with a new MTB Mudder front shock fender. See the full lineup at Ass-Savers!
Why not freshen up your chamois this winter with two fresh scents from Ass Savers. Made by Buckler, these new rose and banana-scented creams are created by using natural ingredients to help prevent chaffing and keeping your undercarriage happy.
In stock now at Ass Savers!
By utilizing the Exposure platform, collapsable fender company Ass Savers has started a new platform for sharing photos, beginning with the Red Hook Crit Milano. Head on over to the Ass Savers Journal for the photos and story.
Those of you who shoot a lot of medium format film know exactly where Mash got inspiration for their new Ass-Savers Extended Fender. This is so good! Head over to Mash to see more photos and to pick one up. These fenders are really great.
Fender company Ass Savers is partnering with Rapha to bring Trackside ‘85 Photography Exhibit to Rapha Cycle Club Manchester as the exhibition’s final 2014 destination:
“Gothenburg, Sweden, 7 November, 2014 – After successful stops in Berlin, Barcelona and London, the Trackside ’85 photo exhibition presented by Ass Savers travels to the Rapha Manchester Cycle Club on November 18th for its final stop of the tour. Staffan Jofjell’s brilliantly captured photographs from the 1985 Berlin Six Day track race will be on display from November 18th to 23rd to coincide with the Six Days of Ghent…”
Stoked on this one and Jesse, great photos!
“Today Ass Savers announces a partnership with the Ritte Women’s Team and launches a team edition from which 100% of proceeds will be donated to the Southern California-based team’s funds for traveling to the Rás na mBan women’s bike race in Ireland this September.”
Read on for the full press-release and more photos and head over to Ass Savers to scoop one of these Ritte Women’s Team editions.
Photo by Paolo Martelli
I love using an Ass-Saver when it decides to rain in Texas and now, I’ll be using one of the new Extended versions on my road bike. The Ass-Savers Extended adds over an inch of length, which in terms of spray, is a large reduction. Even the Rapha Condor JLT team have adopted this platform.
In stock now at the Ass-Savers Extended site.
I hate fenders and as a Texan, that is ok. The rainy days to sunny days ratio is skewed. We’re in an extreme drought, so why would I put fenders on my Geekhouse Frontage Road Tourer? Pffft….
That said, I hate getting sprayed up the ‘crack with dirty water from the road when we do get a moist morning. Which is why I love the Ass Savers Brookshield.
See more below!
As I’ve said before, Ass Savers makes a damn good fender and these special edition Red Hook Crit models are rad!
“For the 2014 Red Hook Crit season, Ass Savers and Red Hook Crit have out done themselves and created three brand new designs based on the newly released Ass Saver Original model. For each race in Brooklyn, Barcelona and Milan, a unique design will be released in a limited series. The designs have been created in collaboration with Red Hook Crit’s creative director Jonah Birns and are a tribute to the motorsports era of the 70s.”
Scoop one up at Red Hook Crit.
We’ve had quite the rainy winter in Austin and rather than put fenders on my touring bike, I’ve been popping on an Ass Savers when I have to run errands. When I received a prototype of the new Ass Savers Original, I could really notice a difference in usability… now, which color should I get?
See more at Ass Savers.
It seems that the ultra portable and simple Ass Savers fenders are working with San Marco saddles… Can’t wait to see what they cook up!