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    Cool-blue Rhythm Fender for Fatbike, new fantastic model!

    Ive found this fender for fatbike! i think its amazing stuff.....
    someone of you have tried them?

    Fender for Fatbike, new fantastic model!-img_0137aa-1-.jpg

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    Why do I suspect this to be spam?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtyHun View Post
    Why do I suspect this to be spam?
    There's no link to any commercial entity.

    Looks like good fenders, so an actual link would be good. I bought something similar from Classic Cycles in Germany but haven't fitted them yet.
    As little bike as possible, as silent as possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Velobike View Post
    There's no link to any commercial entity.

    Looks like good fenders, so an actual link would be good. I bought something similar from Classic Cycles in Germany but haven't fitted them yet.
    Understood, but the very first post is simply a photo copied and pasted from some website, with no real information. Seems like passive phishing, but maybe not ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtyHun View Post
    Understood, but the very first post is simply a photo copied and pasted from some website, with no real information. Seems like passive phishing, but maybe not ...
    Says the person that runs their cables over their bars.
    Fatbike, XC bike, Gravel Bike....

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    This thread is multi faceted confusing to me......
    "At least I'm enjoying the ride"

    16' Trek 8.4 DS
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    and I'm OK admitting..
    16' Sturgis

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    Quote Originally Posted by solarplex View Post
    Says the person that runs their cables over their bars.
    Being different = passive phishing? Interesting correlation.

    Does carping on such things make you a bigger fish?

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    It's a bot, not a good one... so what's with the cables running over the bars?

    I need pics, that sounds wierd.

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    LOL. I experimented running the cables over the bars. They sat fairly naturally there, but I will have to run them conventionally to set up a headlight.

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