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Hi Lorraine
According to the manufacturers website these are suitable for hybrid/trekking bikes as well as the originally intended 26 inch mountain bikes. They do not fit close to the tyres so should be fine. Your 28 inch with smaller tyres than the 26 inch moutain bike should be a similar overall diameter. As T He… see more
Hi Lorraine
According to the manufacturers website these are suitable for hybrid/trekking bikes as well as the originally intended 26 inch mountain bikes. They do not fit close to the tyres so should be fine. Your 28 inch with smaller tyres than the 26 inch moutain bike should be a similar overall diameter. As T Herbert says he's used them on larger mountain bike sizes which would be bigger than yours, they do make a larger size for 29 inch though. If you are riding on the road you might be better getting some more traditional mudguards which would give you better protection. see less
Hi Lorraine
According to the manufacturers website these are suitable for hybrid/trekking bikes as well as the originally intended 26 inch mountain bikes. They do not fit close to the tyres so should be fine. Your 28 inch with smaller tyres than the 26 inch moutain bike should be a similar overall diameter. As T Herbert says he's used them on larger mountain bike sizes which would be bigger than yours, they do make a larger size for 29 inch though. If you are riding on the road you might be better getting some more traditional mudguards which would give you better protection.

By Phil on 15 October 2014
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Hi, I have this on my 29" wheel Hardtail MTB. Fits fine, as the front guard is on the frame, and the rear one fits on the seat post
By Simon Beveridge on 15 October 2014
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No. the front one is held by a rubber band, the rear requires an Alan key.
By marc on 25 June 2015
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yes
By wan on 14 January 2016
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hi these are designed for mountain bikes with wider tyres, the guard hangs from the seatpost to cover the tyre and catch the spray
By Outdoor_Outlet SELLER on 15 October 2014
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Didn't fit my son's hybrid because the front guard fits to the diagonal from the handlebars to the pedal crank and interfered with the brake and gear wires. Sent them back.
By Jason C on 24 February 2017
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Yes providing it's an adult bike
By Amazon Customer on 05 March 2017