Hi John,

I've used the Velo Orange aluminum fenders on three different bikes and 
find them to be great. Lightweight, easier to install than SKS. I have a 
pair of their 65mm fenders in the garage awaiting their new bike. I'll be 
running these with Compass Snoqualmie Pass as well. Like the other VO 
fenders, they seem well made, and these big ones have a clever cutout in 
the rear drive side so as not to interfere with the chain. I've not had 
trouble with them doing light  trails, but if you're worried about front 
fender failure, (VO doesn't include a quick release) you can get a quick 
release from Portland Design Works and use it with the VO stays. 


On Monday, August 7, 2017 at 4:18:07 PM UTC-7, John G. wrote:
> Hey all,
> I'm looking to get some fenders on my Atlantis. Here's the criteria:
> - 700c wheels
> - Snoqualmie Pass 44mm tires. Would consider going to 38mms, but honestly, 
> I'd prefer to keep things fat. 50mm tires would be even better!
> - I mostly ride on the road, but occasionally hit some light gravel
> - I'd much prefer aluminum over plastic.
> I don't think Honjo makes a set that meets my requirements. Any other 
> recommendations, or am I wrong about Honjo?
> Thanks,
> John

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