We have three new models of stainless steel fenders. I generally prefer alloy fenders for road bikes, but there are good reasons to choose stainless steel. Stainless steel fenders are more durable and dent resistant. They are particularly good for city bikes that spend time in bike racks and locked to parking meters. Stainless steel fenders should also be considered for long distance touring bikes where maximum reliability is more important than a little extra weigh.
The first new model is a 60mm 26" fender set for city and touring bikes that take a lot of abuse and run wide tires.
Next, we have a 58mm 650b fender. It will accept tires up to 48mm wide. Not that many folks need tires that wide, but if you think you do... It's also good for 38mm to 44mm tires when you ride on littered roads or trails as it provides extra room around the tire decreasing the chances of twigs and pebbles getting caught between tire and fender.
Finally we have a 47mm 700c fender. This is a special deal fender that's only $35 while they last. Why? These fenders are 18mm deep, versus 22mm for our other VO fenders, so the tire coverage is not as good. Otherwise they are identical to our other stainless fenders and come with the same hardware.
We also have our older model 45mm 700c stainless steel fenders that have proven very popular since we introduced them last spring.
These new fenders, and all other VO models, are pre-drilled and come with the hardware kit.