There are few things more annoying than riding through a puddle and getting a huge splash of either filthy water or mud up to your back and your backside.
Even if you have a mudguard, sometimes it just isn't enough to stop the stream of disgusting water from hitting you.
If you are looking for a solution to this common cyclists' problem, you will find that Ass Savers will be the perfect choice for you.
Over the course of this article, we will discuss Ass Savers and outline how they are better than traditional mudguards and why you might just need your very own Ass Saver.
You may be wondering exactly what an Ass Saver is. Beyond the entertaining product name, you will find that there is much to be lauded about Ass Savers. We will give you some of the details about Ass Savers, and you can decide for yourself whether they sound better or worse than other models of the mudguard.
The main difference between Ass Savers and regular mudguards is that Ass Savers tend to be positioned higher up on the saddle. This allows it to protect you from splashes headed towards your backside more easily. Another excellent feature of Ass Savers is their ease of mounting.
Where other models of mudguard will typically require at least one tool to be installed, Ass Savers can be attached very quickly without the need for any tools. This alone makes them superior to other models of mudguard because you will spend far less time and effort on installation and more time riding your bike.
This ease of installation is because of a very intuitive mounting system. All you have to do is place the Ass Saver against your saddle rail and then fold it upwards; it's as simple as that. No more soggy bum from riding your bike in inopportune conditions.
One of the best aspects of the Ass Saver is its affordability. Whereas some other professional mudguards will run up to rather high prices, Ass Savers are surprisingly affordable and accessible to almost all riders.
No one should have to endure an uncomfortable ride with a muddy butt.
We have all had to deal with mudguards which have not been durable enough, and it is one of the more annoying experiences.
Regardless of whether your mudguard simply snaps or comes detached too easily, it is far worse to ride with a broken mudguard than no mudguard at all. At least you know the mud is going to hit you when you don’t have a mudguard and it isn’t a gamble.
If you are sick and tired of mudguards which are hard to attach and unreasonably expensive, you may find that the Ass Saver is the perfect choice for you. Available in a wide range of colors, it is one of the more impressive cycling products we have seen in some time.
This post was last updated on July 14th, 2017 at 09:57 am
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