It does. However, it's important to understand that an Ass Saver will never do the same job as a standard mudguard for obvious reasons. It will get you there dry by eliminating the spray where it is most annoying and most concentrated, namely your derriere. You might still receive dirt spray on your back but not enough to make you uncomfortably wet.
The Ass Savers fits about 95% of all standard railing saddles, also saddles with carbon rails. As a general rule, the less special "design" features your saddle has the more likely it is to fit. Some saddles will obviously fit better than others but if you don't feel 100% satisfied, you will get a full refund of your purchase.
To receive the best protection it is important that the Ass Saver is as level as possible. The more it is tilting downwards, the less protection it offers. If you are shorter than 160 cm it can also reduce the protection.
Polypropylene is a thermoplastic and will return to most of it's original shape if exposed to heat. We hypothetically recommend ironing on LOW heat between 2 towels but since ironing is extremely dangerous we can of course not take any sort of responsibility for damage to property or people.
The fold should last many thousand times and the plastic can eventually become brittle especially if exposed to the sun too much. Some colour fading can also occur but we are talking years, not weeks. If you feel disappointed, just give us a shout and we'll sort you out.
PP or polypropylene is a standard packaging material and we strongly recommend that you throw it in the same recycling bin as you would put your everyday plastic packaging.
Make sure that you have pre-folded all the scoring lines properly. An instruction video can be found here. If you still can't get it to sit properly, take a side view picture of your saddle and send it to email@example.com together with a cry for help and we will do our best.
There are a myriad of saddle bag models, that all connect in different ways, so there's no general answer. The new model has been designed to interfere as little as possible with a saddle bag and mostly you can get to fit, even if you have to trim the Ass Saver a bit.
Yes, the new Ass Saver Regular and Big fits perfectly on carbon rail saddles.
If you have traditional seat stays (no monostay) and no centre pull brake, then most likely yes. If you have a brake bridge, it needs to be at least 2 cm wide and you need 5 cm clearance to the seat tube. This is normally only a problem if you have a very small bike made out of aluminium.
Yes, but if the brake causes your fender to misalign, you might have to make some adjustments. The easiest option is to simply loosen the strap, pull your FB higher until it stays clear of the brake and then pull the strap really tight around the frame. If that doesn't work, the second option is to make a cut out for the brake in your FB. Install the fender where you want it and make a mark where you need to cut. Don't cut more than necessary to have the fender realign.
Yes, as long as you have two seat stays and no monostay. You just need to make sure you tighten the strap hard and you'll be fine.
Yes, if you don't use the transparent stickers that are provided you will run the risk of having scratches. Especially if you are using it on gravel or under sandy conditions.
Yes, you can! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for prices and conditions.
The MUDDER will fit all suspension forks that has a forward facing brake bridge but the protection offered are more suited for dirty trail riding.
The MUDDER is only designed to block dirt and mud from being thrown forward and thus preventing you to get mud in your face and eyes. This is mostly an issue when riding dirty trails at high speed.
All you need is the four provided zip ties and a plier.