Here you go...the newest, widest, bestest fully shaped wooden fender in all the land! And I mean all!!

WOW!!! Can you believe this is even possible?

 Delivered these 130mm solid Maple fenders trimmed in alder with relief cut for the front derailer.  The relief is the same for the Surly Pugsley and Moonlander.  These are the widest fully shaped wooden fenders you can find anywhere.  Even though they are pretty, they are the most durable fender you can purchase.  Just wash them off and go!  Be the envy of your fat bike group!

Want to keep that front problem! Whether it's the Surly Pugsley or Moonlander or the space shuttle, we can fit to whatever you want! Let me build you a set of wide wooden fenders for your favorite fat bike!!

Here we have an all Maple 130mm fender with the edges trimmed with alder for a Surly Moonlander which is headed to Cedar Falls to Bike Tech.  Notice the relief cut for the front derailer!

Should be enough room......I guess we will find out!

On there way to the finish room for a fresh coat of beautiful!  Can't wait to see them mounted!

Just about big enough for maybe skis or maybe even a........canoe?

Tint to contrast...looks cool!

Take a look at hoop location....position high or low.  Need to watch pedal position relative to the stand off position.

Hard to see from this picture but this fender has 2-dark blue vertical pvc inlays and 1-dark blue horizontal and 1-walnut horizontal inlay alternated with maple.

Mud flaps have a follow through pattern to blend with the fenders to give you that extra protection from all of that road contamination.  Nasty!  Now you only have to worry about the riders in front of you.

Supper clean looking ride which will keep you clean as well.

What to do when your son wants a set....make him build his own? Are you kidding....he doesn't want anything to do with it. Intimidated you think?

These are maple fender base with blue pvc inlays on the top and the side also walnut inlays that can only be seen from the side.  

Inlaid the flaps with the same blue colored blue pvc to carry through the entire length of the fender.

Finish can be tinted most colors although I'm not really into trying to match bike frame colors.  Way too many variations and options available. Maybe an accent color instead?  No worries....wood can be seen through the tinted glossy finish.  Length is whatever you want......nothing standard here! 

What's turns you on......Matte or Glossy?

Matte fender wet sanded and Glossy fender wet sanded and buffed back to gloss.

Both Matte and Gloss are translucent enough to view the grain below.

Here are some cool finish options. How about a translucent black finish....after all you still want them to know they are wood!

See this pugs with fenders at Geoffs Bike and Ski in Iowa City,  Iowa!

Glossy enough to see your reflection.....don't you look good!
Just a note to the installer...make sure that 2 stand-offs are used on the front and rear struts.  Not a single like in the picture above.

Look at the clean and stylish hardware....solid as a rock!

Remember 2 stand-offs on the front and rear struts.

Wrap these fenders as much or as little as you want......wrap is your choice.

Looks black from a distance but get close and the wood magically appears.    Mount the front and rear  fenders with 2 stand-offs on the struts for that rock solid mount.  Don't want that install to be floppy!

Is this what you've been waiting for....Mounted and being put to use. Keeping you dry and in everyone's eye!!

See these Maple/Walnut fenders at World of Bikes in Iowa City,  Iowa!

Notice the double stand-offs on the rear of the fender which gives the fender great stability.

Wow......the blue frame makes the fenders really pop!

And look at all of that beautiful wood to look at!!  Can't tell me you can find metal or plastic that will look that cool! They are way more solid anyway!

Wrap as little or as much as you want.

This set of hickory fenders ended up in Red Deer,  Alberta Canada

Mark - Got the fenders installed this weekend (took me about 4 hours). I was able to keep the front derailleur with a small bit of grinding for clearance. They are absolutely drop dead beautiful and the workmanship is first class. I get plenty of comments along with disbelief that are made from wood. Even my wife concedes they are classy. I've attached a couple of pics of the installation - hope you can make use of then. I will be passing your cards around at some of the local bike shops when I show off the Pugsley.

Thanks again for the great product - I'm very, very pleased.

Jim McKinley
Red Deer, Alberta, Canada