Axiom FAT Bike Clip-On Fender

$19.91 $24.99 Save $5.08

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Position: Front

This pair of simple and robust minimalist clip on fat bike fenders isdesigned for use with any Fat Bike (individual front or rear options available). Easy to install and fit fat tire sizes; 26", 27.5"+, 29"+

Does not require hardware screws for installation.


  • Adjustable rubber straps mount to down tube
  • Snap in and Snap out installation
  • Dimensions: 6.2" at widest, tapers to 5.5"; 16 3/4" long
  • Quick release seat bracket
  • Fender pivots for the correct clearance
  • Dimensions: 6" at widest, tapers to 5"; 22 3/4" long
Fenders assemble easily and they can be quickly installed and removed as needed.
Note: Axiom products are warranted against manufacturing defects for the lifetime of the original purchaser.

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
Maryann Karras
Axiom FAT Bike Clip-On Fender Front

This Front Fender was easy to put on, and looks great! Hasn’t really been muddy enough yet to tell how well it will work, but I’m sure it will be fine. I bought the rear one a year ago and that one is awesome! Keeps my back mud free and dry!

Maryann Karras

I think this fender is going to be awesome! I haven’t had a chance to use it yet, but it was very easy to set up and get on the bike. Yeah I think it’s going to do a great job of keeping the mud off my backside!

peter woodward

Love the fat tire front mud guard on my new Poseidon Redwood. Light and wide to catch the splatter. (The secret is the bike ain’t a Fat bike)

Christopher Gamache

Honestly, this was most likely my fault as I overtightened it. I asked bikesmith if they sold parts for it but they sent me to axium ( the manufacturer). Axium would not help me. I understand this is only a $17 part but disappointed with Axium customer support.

Joshua Thurber

Came right on time and mounting was easy. Mounting one of the fenders in reverse on the rear tire is the only way I discovered how to fender the whole rear tire. I’m also looking for fat bike fork fenders, all I find are plus size fenders. Help, growing tired of tears upon years of struggling with fenders, please! Seriously.