One kit. Any bike. Give your bike the protection it deserves. The Hijinx™ will fit any mountain bike frame and provide substantial scratch and light impact protection to keep it looking new. Available in gloss or matte finish, these transparent kits allow you to ride harder and worry less.
Hijinx kits contain modular chips to extend protection where you want it. Large pieces include relief cuts that contour around frame curves to make installation a breeze. We analyzed more than 50 bike-specific kits to identify optimal shapes and sizes for each piece. Trimming may be required to fit some bikes, but we did most of the work for you.
Be sure to add Shenanigans to protect your handlebars, fork, and crank arms!
Hijinx kits provide the following features:
Substantial scratch protection for your carbon frame
Easy installation (no need to disassemble your bike!)
Dry, bubble-free application (just peel & stick, and easily reposition pieces to get the perfect fit)
Won't peel or yellow over time.
Lobster Tail Technology™ (LTT) relief cuts conform to curves
Wrinkle Avoidance Beans™ (WABs) prevent wrinkles around contours
Gloss or matte finish
Weight: less than 90 grams for a full kit
Proudly designed and produced in the USA (in Golden, Colorado)
What's in the box:
Frame protection material to cover your top tube, down tube, head tube, seat tube, chain stays, and seat stays, plus bonus patches to place where you want
Each piece is labeled so you'll know what goes where
Application was super easy. Shipping was fast. I had to trim sections but that’s expected with a universal fit, that said it has super good coverage with tons of extra pieces for other spots!
Put the generic kit on my 2020 Commencal Clash and it worked very well. Had to modify a couple pieces to fit around the shock mount, but everything looks great!
Great Product! Great People!
I work for a LBS and have purchased four of these kits for my personal bikes. I have installed a boat load of them for customers. I strongly suggest spending the the dime on them. They are easy to install and stand up to normal trail mishaps. There is nothing worse than laying your new bike (or new to you bike) down in a rock garden in the first week of ownership.
It’s ok. Don’t like the “extension” tiles
I’m not really satisfied with the “one size fits all” type of protection kit. Your bike ends up with all these extra pieces all over the place and it looks half ass, IMO. I removed the upland stoke kit, and am currently (cursing) as I try and install a bike specific Ride Wrap kit. It’s unfortunate, because the Upland stoke material is better in every way than Ride Wrap. Upland stuff is easier to install, looks better IMO, and is thicker and more resistant to damage. It’s really a shame that Upland Stoke can’t offer more bike specific kits. I have a new model Tallboy 4, the bike has only been out for a short time and Ride Wrap managed to develop a kit for it immediately. Upland Stoke, however, has only a very limited selection of bike specific kits, even for bikes that have been out for years. I’d be a loyal Upland Stoke customer if they were more proactive about bike specific frame kits, but Ride Wrap it is for me for the time being.