Isn't somebody aware that these bikes shown on the pics are unladen?!?The fenders have to match the laden ride. To get the desired look just mount them to the swing arm in a fixed position.Johann
I am focussing on the curvature of the fender in relation to the curvature of the tyre. Are others looking at something different?
I played a bit with brightness and contrast to get a better view of the tire/fender relation.IMHO the propotions are o.k..Cheers, Johann
Strange to say, I posted on this thread a day or two ago and now find the posting gone.My pointWhat bothers me a little is the scrunched up appearance of the new models. Maybe the wheel size has something to do with it, but my feeling is that the older Classic types had a leaner, more thoroughbred look to them that I like better. But that is just opinion...
From the way it looks to me, when somebody sits on the bike, it will look fine.I think it just looks funny because it's unladen.My old Bullet's fender is way over the wheel when it's up on the centerstand.
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