Never mind. I saw a Yoshimira installed. I bought that one. Looks factory. Nice product.
If it's raining doesn't your back get wet anyway? Either way, I've never noticed one way or the other.I love the look of a fender eliminator, but I'm concerned about riding in the rain. I do long rides, and can occasionally get caught in the rain. Do ya'll know if the rider's back gets wet with an fender eliminator installed? And if you do get wet with a fender eliminator, do you know if a rear hugger would stop the water from coming up like the long stock fender would? Thanks in advance for any input!
Sorry, I miss typed. I didn't mean just wet; I meant wet nasty road grime slung up on your back from the tire.If it's raining doesn't your back get wet anyway? Either way, I've never noticed one way or the other.
great video - this is why i like to be part of this group - thanks
You know... I have been wondering the same thing. The fender eliminator definitely looks better and shows off the fat 180 tire in the back, but i worried about getting the dirty road muck thrown back up at me.Sorry, I miss typed. I didn't mean just wet; I meant wet nasty road grime slung up on your back from the tire.
That is great to hear! Thanks.I have the Yoshimira fender eliminator. It has been in place for almost 2000 miles and the back of my jacket is never dirty. It still does a good job protecting the rider from grime and water.