Core-5 and LMT’D Fenders

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74 reviews

This product is out of stock and manufacturing has been discontinued.

Fenders built and designed for Core-5 ebikes, will fit and work with the LMT’D model, but require some adjustment. Fork attachment arms are needed, and the fork arms need to be cut shorter in the front. Rear, attaches to the upper screw of the axle plate.

Clamps needed for LMT’D fork: https://www.amazon.com/SKS-GERMANY-Frame-Mounting-Clamp/dp/B07VCQV7M8/

Includes both rear & front fenders only, rear rack is available separately. Hardware for installation is included for a secure fit.

Fenders Installation Guide

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Reviews

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Michael Stoddard

Fenders work great on my Core5! Not as difficult to install as some reviewers make it out to be. However, it is time consuming. Only modifications needed was to bend corners of the leading edge of the rear fender in slightly to get them to fit inside the frame. (But not too much that they rub the tire.) Which I did with a pair of pliers and a piece of cardboard covering the fender to not scratch the paint. And I had to drill out the hole on the bike for the front fender through bolt as there were some welding burrs blocking it. No biggie. Took me about 45 minutes in total to install, but in that time I also installed new brake pads, lubed and adjusted cables and chain. (Maybe 10 minutes). I Would recommend Ride1Up products to anyone and I have. Three others here in Sarasota have purchased them from my recommendations. Pic: 1,804 hard miles. Daily work transportation. Most before getting the fenders. All with a smile. And the occasional one figure salute.

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Michael Stoddard

Fenders work great on my Core5! Not as difficult to install as some reviewers make it out to be. However, it is time consuming. Only modifications needed was to bend corners of the leading edge of the rear fender in slightly to get them to fit inside the frame. (But not too much that they rub the tire.) Which I did with a pair of pliers and a piece of cardboard covering the fender to not scratch the paint. And I had to drill out the hole on the bike for the front fender through bolt as there were some welding burrs blocking it. No biggie. Took me about 45 minutes in total to install, but in that time I also installed new brake pads, lubed and adjusted cables and chain. (Maybe 10 minutes). I Would recommend Ride1Up products to anyone and I have. Three others here in Sarasota have purchased them from my recommendations. Pic: 1,804 hard miles. Daily work transportation. Most before getting the fenders. All with a smile. And the occasional one figure salute.

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Matthew

Instructions didn’t match the product but customer service was very helpful and responsive. Great fit.

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Anonymous

Came with all the parts needed for assemble and perfectly fits the bike

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Andres S.

I received a version that doesn't fit well. The front fenders don't come with the thongs with the looped end as shown in the pictures. Instead they come with the plastic eyelets attachements which when installed prevent the front fork clamps from closing fully which leaves the bracket pretty loose.

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Matt

The fenders themselves are of good quality, but the the hardware is not what is shown in the videos. I bought these for my LMTD. The metal hanger for the front fender does not have the loop as shown in the video. Mine came with 4 of the adjuster pieces. The suspension clamp will not close all of the way because the adjuster pieces are too thick. (See photo) I’ll have to take these to work and grind them down just to get the clamp to hold. I shouldn’t have to modify something I paid $70 for.

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Matt

The fenders themselves are of good quality, but the the hardware is not what is shown in the videos. I bought these for my LMTD. The metal hanger for the front fender does not have the loop as shown in the video. Mine came with 4 of the adjuster pieces. The suspension clamp will not close all of the way because the adjuster pieces are too thick. (See photo) I’ll have to take these to work and grind them down just to get the clamp to hold. I shouldn’t have to modify something I paid $70 for.

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Matt

The fenders themselves are of good quality, but the the hardware is not what is shown in the videos. I bought these for my LMTD. The metal hanger for the front fender does not have the loop as shown in the video. Mine came with 4 of the adjuster pieces. The suspension clamp will not close all of the way because the adjuster pieces are too thick. (See photo) I’ll have to take these to work and grind them down just to get the clamp to hold. I shouldn’t have to modify something I paid $70 for.

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Barnett Fischer

Looks great, works great! Just pay attention when installing the rear fender. Know this: You have to deflate the rear tire first and tie it down , using zip ties, in two spots about 12" apart from each other to enable you to have enough room to "just" get the Allen wrench between the tire and the fender bolt.

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Ryan

Works when installed, front fender is easy enough to get on there. Note that it shares the bolt with the headlight. The rear fender....installing the rear fender was significantly harder than installing the bike itself. And I think it took longer. Really this should be done with the rear wheel removed. Also, the tolerances are wrong; there's not enough space for both frame bolts to go on flush. So if you enjoy forcing a bolt into a hole while turning an allen key 1/6 turn at a time and depressing a bike tire the whole time (seriously, installing one bolt took me about 15 minutes), then buy this kit. Otherwise skip these, pay someone else to do it for you, or buy a bike with fenders installed. I cannot believe how arduous this install was, and I'm pretty handy. Infuriating.

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Ryan

Works when installed, front fender is easy enough to get on there. Note that it shares the bolt with the headlight. The rear fender....installing the rear fender was significantly harder than installing the bike itself. And I think it took longer. Really this should be done with the rear wheel removed. Also, the tolerances are wrong; there's not enough space for both frame bolts to go on flush. So if you enjoy forcing a bolt into a hole while turning an allen key 1/6 turn at a time and depressing a bike tire the whole time (seriously, installing one bolt took me about 15 minutes), then buy this kit. Otherwise skip these, pay someone else to do it for you, or buy a bike with fenders installed. I cannot believe how arduous this install was, and I'm pretty handy. Infuriating.

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RENE BORROTO

Well-build fenders, sturdy, but installing the rear fender was way too difficult.

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  1. Anonymous

    good quality,easy to install, great value

    5 months ago
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  2. Chris

    The Fenders fit great. Because I was putting them on a LMT’d, I needed the additional clamp from the provided link. If you don’t get the additional clamp, the fender is only held on by a single screw on the drop post allowing the fender to bounce and rub.

    7 months ago
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  3. Gisell Huerta

    The installation instructions definitely need to be updated and more detailed but other than that the fenders work great, they seem to be of a sturdy metal and not easily bent, they provide great protection unlike some other cheap plastic ones. I recommend them.

    7 months ago
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  4. David V.

    A little finicky and the installation videos need to mature some. But really, it works like it should and I am really satisfied.

    10 months ago
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  5. Barton

    Working well.

    10 months ago
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  6. Sean Wilson-Leslie

    Stops water

    10 months ago
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