For the devoted cyclist looking for a beautiful mud guard that can survive the test of time and stil look good, this Kickstarter project for the Plume Mud Guard may be exactly what they were looking for.
Plume is a recoiling bicycle mudguard.
It hides in plain sight, and still looks great when it's covered in mud.
We're pretty excited about this.
Today, many mudguards are made from chunky, brittle plastic. They suck the life out of your bicycle and then they break.
We're not trying to be debbie downers here, but something needs to change.
Allow us to introduce Plume. Built from resilient materials like stainless steel, Plume will stay loyal for years. And when the ground is dry, it can recoil into a small circle under your saddle.
It's also super fun to use.
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