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AMS x Stranger Things Fenders & Frame Protection add Demogorgons to your ride

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Following the release of their Red Bull Rampage branded grips, All Mountain Style is back with a very different, stranger partnership. This time, they’ve teamed up with Netflix’s Blockbuster Stranger Things to bring you a range of Demogorgon-themed frame protection and fenders to spice up the look of your Trail, Enduro, or Downhill mountain bike.

AMS x Stranger Things Mud Guards and Frame Protection


The new All Mountain Style x Stranger Things collaboration has resulted in two 8-piece mountain bike frame protection kits; each features the same Demogorgon-themed design, one on a black background, the other on a clear background. The kits retail at €36, covering the top tube, seat stays, chainstays, and seat tube.

These stickers offer more than just a new look for your ride. The high impact and rub resistance honeycomb semi-rigid PVC is 380 microns thick, so should protect against frame chip attempts made by wayward rocks and other trail debris. The material is said to be of automotive grade, and AMS guarantees that it won’t yellow over time. They also claim it will last longer than your bike itself.

all mountain style stranger things mtb frame protection kit

AMS is also offering Stranger Things-themed Mud Guards, with three designs to choose from. The fenders are 1.2mm thick, 243mm long, and weigh a claimed 39g. They affix to the fork via simple cable ties (not supplied). Pick one up for €16.

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2 years ago

This is the Primal Wear of frame protection.

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