Handsome Cycles Mud Butler Fenders

We recently had the opportunity to build up a custom bike for our friends here in Milwaukee at Colectivo Coffee. We covered the full build in an earlier blog post that you can read here.  For the build we used our Quiver frameset and mostly Fyxation parts but we did reach out to another local company here in the Midwest for one of the finishing touches - the Handsome Cycles Mud Butler Fender.  Handsome Cycles is a small rider owned bike company up in Minneapolis that has been around for about as long as we have and they make a great line of classy frames, bikes and recently some of their own parts.

The Mud Butler Fender was a great addition to the build we were doing and not only because it's matte black finish perfectly matched our build.  The Mud Bulter fender is a nice alloy hammered fender that works great and was designed with some smart PVC rear bridge clips that help prevent the fender from rattling when you ride.  They retail for only $59.95 and are now available here in our web-store.

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