B66 S

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B66 S

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Made in England

The B66 and B66 S are among BROOKS most loved products, having been on the market since 1927. Classically sprung with double rails for supreme comfort, B66 and B66 S are the ideal all-rounders for daily city or touring use in a rather upright posture. They are most appropriate for cyclists who set their handlebars higher than their saddles. In general, the more upright your riding posture, the wider, and more heavily sprung, the saddle you should choose.

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The B66 and B66 S are among BROOKS most loved products, having been on the market since 1927. Classically sprung with double rails for supreme comfort, B66 and B66 S are the ideal all-rounders for daily city or touring use in a rather upright posture. They are most appropriate for cyclists who set their handlebars higher than their saddles. In general, the more upright your riding posture, the wider, and more heavily sprung, the saddle you should choose.

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  • Length : 240mm
  • Width : 205mm
  • Height : 102mm
  • Weight : 1020g
  • Frame : Steel
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Part of an old Brooks Tradition
22/08/2010
Written by Cath O
B66 S
I admit I was dubious about the weight of this saddle and the hardness of the leather and I did wonder whether to opt for a lighter gel-filled saddle, even though it would look out of place on my vintage Raleigh Wayfarer. I'm so glad that I didn't because the B66 S really is incredibly comfortable. I had expected a painful few weeks or months of wearing-in, but I have had smooth rides and no problems right from day one. Riding on country lanes with lots of potholes I really appreciate the springs. I cannot recommend this saddle highly enough.
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22/08/2010
Written by Cath O
B66 S
I admit I was dubious about the weight of this saddle and the hardness of the leather and I did wonder whether to opt for a lighter gel-filled saddle, even though it would look out of place on my vintage Raleigh Wayfarer. I'm so glad that I didn't because the B66 S really is incredibly comfortable. I had expected a painful few weeks or months of wearing-in, but I have had smooth rides and no problems right from day one. Riding on country lanes with lots of potholes I really appreciate the springs. I cannot recommend this saddle highly enough.
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30/08/2010
Written by Chava Horvath
B66 S
I've had my Brooks B66s (Honey) for a few months now and felt at home in the saddle from day one.

I applied the proofhide both underneath the saddle as on top (as described in the instructions) and have kept it up once a week.



Now, due to persiration, I have a mark towards the back of the saddle that seems to be getting larger and larger. When it's dry it looks like a 'scuff' mark, however as soon as I start cycling it becomes moist and starts looking like a moist mildew mark.



Any advise on how I can treat this spot at get rid of it? ...

With thanks in advance!
>> Once a week is far too often to apply proofide.  Twice a year is more in the area of what we would recommend!
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30/08/2010
Written by Chava Horvath
B66 S
I've had my Brooks B66s (Honey) for a few months now and felt at home in the saddle from day one.

I applied the proofhide both underneath the saddle as on top (as described in the instructions) and have kept it up once a week.



Now, due to persiration, I have a mark towards the back of the saddle that seems to be getting larger and larger. When it's dry it looks like a 'scuff' mark, however as soon as I start cycling it becomes moist and starts looking like a moist mildew mark.



Any advise on how I can treat this spot at get rid of it? ...

With thanks in advance!
>> Once a week is far too often to apply proofide.  Twice a year is more in the area of what we would recommend!
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