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MUSGUARD: A removable, rollable bicycle fender

A project in New York, NY by Niko Klansek

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Smart and elegant solution for protecting your back when riding on wet and muddy roads.
Backers: 1756
Average Pledge Per Backer: $25

Funded: $44,633 of $10,000
Dates: May 23rd -> Jun 22nd (30 days)
Project By: Niko Klansek
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Latest News

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May 14th - via:
It’s the ultimate nod of approval: A crowdfunded design getting shelf time at a design institution. (Read More)

"Cyclist in the rain" poster preview

June 19th - via:
Finally found some time to make the drawing for the "Cyclist in the rain" graphic print.The technique is going to be a combination of stenciled aerosol paint and screen printing. Cant wait to make these babies!    (Read More)

Benotto pledge drop

June 17th - via:
We are in the last week of our campaign, so we decided to make a few changes. Since the campaign was so successful, we lowered the pledge for the vintage Benotto Italian built bicycle!  Carefully refurbished my my ultra-talented friend Ajda Fortuna... (Read More)

The Cleverest Bike Fender We've Ever Seen Is on Kickstarter

June 11th - via:
The Musguard fender is a 35 gram strip of polypropylene plastic that has been designed to wrap snugly around a bike's tubular frame and easily transform into a rigid, backsplash blocking fender. (Read More)

Web Love

June 10th - via:
11 days to go, more than double backed, the wheels are now fully in motion! As well as all of you guys we have been shown lots of love from blogs and media across the world. Thank you all!!  (Read More)

BSNYC Friday Fun Quiz!

May 31st - via:
Remember when elaborate blinky lights were the hottest thing on Kickstarter? Yes, for awhile there it seemed as though every would-be inventor was marketing some sort of sleek metal flashing suppository. Times change, however, and now everybody's moved on to retractable filth prophylactics. First there was the Plume, which used cutting-edge slap bracelet technology. (To say nothing of the integrated slap bracelet/light.) Now, there's Musguard, which despite the name is not actually a sprayable moose repellent: (Read More)

FAQ update

May 30th - via:
We just updated the FAQ section to shed more light on some questions you might have.  (Read More)


May 28th - via:
We are now fully backed! Time to get to work! Stay tuned for updates. In the meantime, if you're interested, here is the full process of development.  History of Musguard  Thanks again!  (Read More)

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