Monster 24 and 26 Inch Front Fenders

B’Cool Products has recently released their new 24” and 26”  front fenders for both Metzeler and V-Rubber tires with the assistance of Metalsport Wheels. They are CNC spun from 12 gauge cold rolled steel and TIG welded. Fenders can be purchased pre-cut (as shown) or in builder blanks for the builders to add their own creativity.  Like all B’Cool Products fenders are fully guaranteed. More information by calling 613.925.0704 or visit B’Cool Products

7 Responses to “Monster 24 and 26 Inch Front Fenders”

  1. 1 Charlie Oct 17th, 2008 at 5:51 pm

    B’ Cool products are the best… I’m using some of Randy’s fenders on 2 current projects…Solid!!!
    CL Chop Shop.

  2. 2 Michael Schacht Crocker Motorcycle Co. Oct 18th, 2008 at 10:52 am

    If you must have the finest quality available, like we do here at Crocker MC, then B’Cool Products is your best choice. In our 2 plus years of working with Randy and B’Cool we found them to manufacture some of the finest quality fenders on the market with innovative products, first class customer service and fast delivery.

  3. 3 AnARchY MoCo Oct 18th, 2008 at 10:20 pm

    Randy makes the best fenders in the industry hands down!!

  4. 4 Stephen Curtis Oct 19th, 2008 at 11:32 am

    How would I get a tire or Wheel to match the fender?????????????????????????????????????????????thanks for your consideration.

  5. 5 B'COOL Products Oct 20th, 2008 at 7:49 pm

    Stephen, give Doug McGoon a call at Metalsport Wheels in California. To the best of my knowledge they are the only people making wheels for this application. Their products are top shelf.
    phone 562-776-9635,

    The tires are available from either your local Metzeler dealer or Vee Rubber. Not sure who carries Vee Rubber but their Head office phone number in the US is 770-745-0999.

    Randy Briley
    B’COOL Products

  6. 6 Doug McGoon Oct 21st, 2008 at 11:21 am

    I am so glad someone stepped up to the plate to make a fender to contain my monstrous wheels! Weather you should decide to go 24″ or 26″, this is the perfect fit. Since the 120/50/26 (with it’s 30.72″ overall diameter) has the virtually the same O.D as the 130/70/24 (31.16″ O.D.) which is actually .44″ smaller than the 24″! This means your 26″ shrine to billet is less than 1/4″ difference from axle to tire than the 24″. So, that said, feel free to buy the biggest wheels you can, and rest assured that Randy @ B’Cool, has got you covered.

  7. 7 Art in Motion, LLC Oct 25th, 2008 at 7:51 am

    These wheels look cool!!!!!
    Now they need 360 brakes to keep the whole thing clean
    We provide complete kits and or completely assembled wheels, tires, and brakes for a bolt on application.
    What will be the biggest diameter wheel.
    Tom Kapp 407 383-3264

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