Ass Savers launches minimalist Win Wing rear fender

Ass Savers Win Wing
(Image credit: Ass Savers)

Ass Savers have built a business around simple plastic mudguards that fit to your saddle rails to keep the worst of the wheel spray off your butt. Often copied, the Ass Savers name has become synonymous with such products and of late the brand has been branching out, creating more mount-free mudguard designs for the front, as well as bigger guards for more coverage.

Ass Savers’ latest mudguard is a significant departure from their other products. Their new rear mudguard, dubbed the Win Wing, features strap-on legs so that the minimalist design can target the exact point that spray leaves the wheel.

The Win Wing comes in gravel and road versions covering tire sizes between 19mm to 60mm wide and is able to be fitted to all bikes due to its seat stay strap fixtures, which are universal and tool-free.

Ass Savers Win Wing

(Image credit: Ass Savers)

The wing itself is positioned close to the tire, around 5mm to 10mm, and due to its proximity, will catch considerably more spray than a guard that is mounted further away. Ass Savers offers a range of different designs for the guard, too.

The Road version, which is designed for 23-35mm wide tires, weighs 64g, while the Gravel version for 35-60mm tires comes in at 72g.

The Win Wing will be available from all Ass Savers dealers and the Ass Savers website (opens in new tab) for €25.

Graham Cottingham
Senior reviews writer, Bike Perfect

Graham is all about riding bikes off-road. Based in Edinburgh he has some of the best mountain biking and gravel riding in the UK right on his doorstep. With almost 20 years of riding experience, he has dabbled in downhill, enduro and, most recently, gravel racing. Not afraid of a challenge, Graham has embraced bikepacking over the last few years and likes nothing more than strapping some bags to his bike and covering big miles to explore Scotlands wildernesses. When he isn’t shredding the gnar in the Tweed Valley, sleeping in bushes or tinkering with bikes, he is writing tech reviews for Bike Perfect and the muckier side of Cyclingnews 


Rides: Canyon Strive, 24 Bicycles Le Toy 3, Surly Steamroller

Height: 177cm

Weight: 71kg