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    New and simple mud guards turned up today

    My all new Ass Savers turned up today.

    The next site is work and child safe. I promise........

    Ass Savers


    http://ass-savers.com/ by Johnclimber, on Flickr


    http://ass-savers.com/ by Johnclimber, on Flickr


    http://ass-savers.com/ by Johnclimber, on Flickr


    http://ass-savers.com/ by Johnclimber, on Flickr

    http://vimeo.com/28897914

    Staffan from Ass Savers has even donated an Ass Saver to my prize pot and 10 to the John Moore is fundraising for Alzheimer's Society fund taking it over 800 now

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    Those looks really futuristic, and just by looking at them you will see they are functional!

    wow, I'm impressed to say the least, I can't believe it only took like 100 years for someone to invent this..

    I ride my topeak defenders, the ones with the clear soft parts on them. While they work quite well to be honest the rear one likes to get unaligned and the front one broke from cold weather while going over some small bumps (but many of them), it was the actual fastener that holds the 2 different parts for the front end that broke clean. Bad design, stess riser+ cold.

    These assmasters are so genius I have to make one myself out of a plastic solvent container, those are tough.
    Rule #9 // If you are out riding in bad weather, it means you are a badass. Period.

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    What a great idea! The ass-saver website has some nice info on it and a great line: "Waste is not waste until wasted." It's a fine idea in English, but I bet its even better in Swedish. Good luck with your sales.

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    Quote Originally Posted by car bone View Post
    Those looks really futuristic, and just by looking at them you will see they are functional!

    wow, I'm impressed to say the least, I can't believe it only took like 100 years for someone to invent this..

    I ride my topeak defenders, the ones with the clear soft parts on them. While they work quite well to be honest the rear one likes to get unaligned and the front one broke from cold weather while going over some small bumps (but many of them), it was the actual fastener that holds the 2 different parts for the front end that broke clean. Bad design, stess riser+ cold.

    These assmasters are so genius I have to make one myself out of a plastic solvent container, those are tough.
    Far from a new idea. Variations have been marketed several times before.
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