It's a great choice. Check its compatibility with your bike prior to buying. For my case, the front one is not suitable for ROCKRIDER 340 MTB.
Great value and looks great on my bike
The mud guards were easy to install, however I am now on my way to work in incredibly muddy jeans due to the rear wheel splashing up onto me. My bike is the btwin riverside 100 with 28” wheels so one is to assume that these guards would fit and cover you from splash up.
Thank you for taking the time to post a review of your experience with these mudguards. I will forward your comments on to the team in charge of this item. They should protect you from the majority of splashes but to be covered in mud whilst riding to work should not happen.
Could you kindly reply to me with a quick photo of your bike with the mudguards fitted as I would like to forward it to the team at b'Twin.
Peter Lazarus, National Cycling Manager, DECATHLON
I cannot stress this enough. For Riverside 500 the hole for the back mudguard is too small. I struggled for hours before going in store (without bike) only to be shown how easy it was to fit. Went home and tried for another 45 mins to no avail. Ended up cycling in on a very muddy tow path (hence the need for mudguards) only to be shown how the hole was too small. All fitted now and so far so good. Some wobble but stay in place. Haven’t tested in truly muddy conditions yet.