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SKS Speedrocker Gravel Road Mudguard Set - 700c
The SKS Speedrocker has been specifically developed for compatibility with gravel and adventure bikes, cyclocross bikes and road bikes with tyres exceeding 32mm. The Speedrocker offers incredible stability over the roughest tracks while also providing optimum protection in all weathers.
At the front, protection is enhanced with a new dual-height front spoiler, which deflects water and mud onto the wheel and downwards, away from the rider’s face. The rear mudguard utilises an innovative telescopic extension for greater coverage near the seat tube, and everything is held firmly in place with an all-new rubber fastening system to suit a multitude of frame designs, including integrated recesses for brake or gear cables as required.
The Speedrocker also showcases an update to SKS’s stay design, the ESC Vario Safety System. The sturdy but lightweight black anodised aluminium stays have been designed wider than normal, to run over the top of the mudguard, and covered by a protective plate. This not only gives the Speedrocker a sleek overall appearance but also maximises the available clearance between the tyre and mudguard.
  • Material: Plastic
  • Weight: 408g
  • Max Tyre width: 42mm
  • Wheel Size: 700c
Mr Buckland Easy to fit & provide great coverage
Mr taylor Easy to fit and don’t seem to slip when on the move
Mr Gravel Like all SKS clip on fenders, fiddly to install but once the work is done, they do exactly what they are expected to. I am using these with 40mm Schwalbe G1s on a widish rim, on a bike that only officially permits 40mm tires, and the fenders fit perfectly - one of the only sets on the market that stood a chance of fitting.
Ricardo Nice and light. Almost as good as full fenders except these are much faster to install and remove
Mr Dowsing These mudguards are very good, once installed (which takes a bit of time) they are very stable and don't rattle or make any noise. They also look good on the bike very stylish. My only beef would be the front section which covers the top of the front wheel is a bit short, I still get spray from the front wheel coming over it.
Peter Fits perfectly on a Topstone 105, removal and install is quick and easy once the screws are set.