Ass Savers - Win Wing Gravel Golden Groove

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CHF 29.90

Be the tiger!

-Full backside rider protection from the knee and up
-Patent pending Wishbone attachment system
-Attaches in seconds to every bike, requires no tools
-Ultra-lightweight at 72 grams
-Suitable for tire widths up to 60 mm

The Win Wing Gravel fits practically any gravel bike,
protecting the rider in even the worst conditions.
No matter the terrain, on-road or off, the Win Wing won't rattle or jam,
and with only 72g, you won't even notice it's there.

Based on the principal of Tangential Coverage, the Wing Wing catches the spray
by shielding the upper rear quarter of the wheel, protecting your critical areas (thighs, butt and back)
and drastically increasing your comfort.
And when comfort can be had without a weight penalty,
that’s what we like to call a “win-wing situation”.


Sei der Tiger!

-Voller Schutz für die Rückseite des Fahrers ab dem Knie und aufwärts
-Patentiertes Wishbone-Befestigungssystem
-Sekundenschnelle Befestigung an jedem Fahrrad, kein Werkzeug erforderlich
-Extraleichtes Gewicht von 72 Gramm
-Geeignet für Reifenbreiten bis zu 60 mm

Der Win Wing Gravel passt auf praktisch jedes Gravel-Bike,
und schützt den Fahrer auch bei den schlechtesten Bedingungen.
Egal, ob auf der Straße oder im Gelände, der Win Wing klappert und klemmt nicht,
und mit nur 72 g werden Sie ihn nicht einmal bemerken.

Basierend auf dem Prinzip der tangentialen Abdeckung, fängt der Wing Wing die Gischt ab
das obere hintere Viertel des Rades ab und schützt so Ihre kritischen Bereiche (Oberschenkel, Gesäß und Rücken)
und erhöht Ihren Komfort drastisch.
Und wenn der Komfort ohne Gewichtseinbußen erreicht werden kann,
ist das, was wir eine "Win-Wing-Situation" nennen.


Ass Savers

Summer 2011, faced with yet another rainy ride home from office, Ass Savers founder, Staffan Weigel, rips a piece of cardboard and stick it underneath his saddle just to get home reasonably dry.

Surprised by the positive result, he decides to develop it into a mudguard concept together with a couple of cyclist friends.

True to the Gothenburg humor tradition, they call the project Ass Savers. Quite satisfied with the finished product, the friends post a short video of the product online.

The rest is mudguard history. The video goes viral and within 24 hours they build a simple web shop and six months later, Weigel quits his daytime job to fully focus on the new company.

Today the company employs 5 people and operates out of it's headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden. More than one million Ass Savers have been sold and the brand that started as a joke is now recognized by millions of cyclists all over the world. As the first mudguard ever to be used by professional cyclists in the UCI World Tour, it has proven that a good idea can go far.

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