DyedBro Aotearoa Bike Protection Film

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From the Manufacturer

Anka Martin was the very first rider to design a frame protector with DyedBro. DyedBro has supported Anka and her husband Sven (the legendary DH World Cup photographer) with their annual Enduro race, the NZ Enduro. For the 2019 edition, Anka designed a brand new frame protector inspired by the Maori art, naming it Aotearoa, which translates to “the land of the long white cloud”.

Features:

  • Designed to protect frame top tube, down tube, seat stays and chainstays with 8 pieces in total.
  • Fits all bikes.
  • Eliminate paint chips and scuffs to all protected areas.

Specs:

  • 1x top tube protector
  • 2x extra pieces for larger frames
  • 1 x downtube protector
  • 2x chainstay protector
  • 2x seat stay protector

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