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Brooks B135
$200.00
Brooks' most heavily sprung saddle, the B135 will transform the roughest city street into a smooth and elegant glide across town. The suspension is thanks to double coil rear springs and a double loop front spring. And, of course, the B135 features Brooks' full-grain, premium tanned leather and trademark rivets for the ultimate in comfort, style, and durability.
Brooks B15 Swallow Chrome
$210.00
Brooks' B15 Swallow has been described as the precursor to all modern racing saddles. When it was first patented in 1937 it became immediately popular among the professional racers of the era, and has remained imminently popular amongst cyclists who prefer a sporty, performance-oriented saddle. Like every Brooks saddle, the B15 Swallow shapes itself to its rider over time, ensuring the timeless, customized support that the company's reputation is built upon. And, of course, the B15 Swallow features Brooks' full-grain, premium tanned leather and trademark rivets for the ultimate in comfort, style, and durability.
Brooks B33
$220.00
First sold in 1938 and marketed towards cyclists who preferred taking the road less traveled, the B33 smooths out rough roads and pothole-ridden pavement. This saddle is the only model that still uses stranded rear springs and that, along with the high-polish chrome finish on all of the metal bits, makes this saddle a standout on any ride. And, of course, the B33 features Brooks' full-grain, premium leather and trademark rivets for the ultimate in comfort, style, and durability.
Brooks Cambium C13
$220.00
The Brooks C13 utilizes the same vulcanized natural rubber and organic cotton top of the Cambium line, yet weighs 150g less than the popular C15 model. This is accomplished through a continuous carbon rail that eliminates performance-resistant contact points and saves weight. Finished with aluminum rivets in all black, the C13 is the first in a new lightweight Cambium range from which various new models will follow. Tested in the Arenberg Forest by David Millar. Comfort at its lightest. - Length: 275 mm - Width: 132/145/158 mm - Height: 55 mm - Weight: 259/295/310 grams - Frame: Carbon - Ride Style: Road/MTB
Brooks B17 Special Titanium
$295.00
Searching for the ultimate touch of class for your bike? Brooks' B17 Special Titanium sets a new standard for style and luxury. The super-light titanium rails and frame damp vibration and add passive suspension. Combine this with the timeless, customized comfort that's at the core of every Brooks saddle and you're sure to pedal away the miles with a smile. The B17 Special Titanium's top features high-grade leather secured by Brooks' trademark, hand-hammered copper rivets.
Brooks Swift Titanium
$295.00
Rooted in Brooks' racing heritage, the Swift Titanium features a racy shape and narrow shoulders, ideal for road bikes with a more aggressive fit. Every Brooks saddle shapes itself to its rider, offering the timeless, customized support that the company's reputation is built upon. The super-light titanium frame and rails damp road vibration and offer passive suspension to help the miles pass by smoothly. And, of course, the Swift Chrome features Brooks' full-grain, premium tanned leather and trademark, hand-hammered copper rivets for the ultimate in comfort, style, and durability.
Brooks Team Pro Titanium
$295.00
In production for more than half a century, Brooks' Team Professional Titanium truly deserves the title of "timeless classic". With a narrower, race-oriented shape, it's ideal for road bikes that have a more aggressive fit. The super-light titanium frame and rails damp road vibration and offer ride-smoothing passive suspension. Like every Brooks saddle it shapes itself to the rider as the miles tick by, offering the timeless, customized support that the company's reputation is built upon. And, of course, the Team Professional Titanium features Brooks' full-grain, premium tanned leather and trademark, hand-hammered copper rivets for the ultimate in comfort, style, and durability.
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