How to Stop your Bike Getting Muddy
A great deal of the mud that spatters on to your gears and pedals and legs comes off of your front wheel.
Behold the tide of filth, well the 1st thing to do is fit a mudguard, but in my experience they are not long enough,
so extend the mudguard so there is no "line of fling" between the base of the front wheel and the bike.
I used the lid of an ice cream tub and a heavy duty stapler. I now get a lot less mud on my chain, gears and feet (listed in order of mud sensitivity).
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