B67 Aged

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B67 Aged

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Made in England

Classically sprung for supreme comfort, the B67 and B67 S Aged are the ideal all-rounders for daily city or touring use in a rather upright posture. Thanks to the softer leather the B67 and B67 S Aged are comfortable from day 1. 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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Classically sprung for supreme comfort, the B67 and B67 S Aged are the ideal all-rounders for daily city or touring use in a rather upright posture. Thanks to the softer leather the B67 and B67 S Aged are comfortable from day 1. 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 : 260 mm
  • Width : 205 mm
  • Height : 73 mm
  • Weight : 840g
  • Frame : Steel
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Part of an old Brooks Tradition
23/04/2009
Written by Indrek
B67 Aged
Q > Is there a special reason why the aged saddles don't come in different colors?
A > Yes, beacause Aged Saddles simply have no artificial colour. They just get the natural colour of the wood and other vegetable substances used in the tanning.
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06/08/2012
Written by Jo. SCHWAEMMLE
B67 Aged
Endlich schmerzfrei und bequem längere Strecken fahren



Ich recherchierte lange, da mein Hintern mit dem hochwertigen Gelsattel meines neuen Tourenrads IMMER schmerzte: Steifigkeit, Taubheit waren ab 10 km normal.

Ich fand Im Netz Empfehlungen in Richtung Federsattel und breitere, den "Sitzbeinhöckern" angepasste Ledersättel. Trotzdem schreckte mich die von allen beschriebene längere Einfahrtzeit.

Zunächst bestellte ich mir einen holländischen Dreifedersattel mit Kloben für normale Sattelkerzen - ein VÖLLIGER FEHLGRIFF aufgrund mangelhafter Konstruktion und Dokumentation.

Dann eben doch einen legendären BROOKS-Sattel, nur welchen? Mir waren die Federn wichtig und die Möglichkeit, den Sattel auf meiner vorhandenen gefederten Patentsattelstütze montieren zu können. Obwohl ich anfangs dachte, AGED wäre eine dumme Marketingstrategie, musste ich erkennen, dass ich genau einen solchen Sattel wollte - der eben keine relevante Einfahrtzeit mehr benötigte. Schade eigentlich, denn die honigfarbenen finde ich schicker!

Dann die Entscheidung, den schmaleren Flyer - der vom Hersteller eher bei Treckingrädern platziert wird - oder doch eher den breiteren B67 für Cityräder und Heavy Duty? Ich entschied mich für den breiteren B67 - und das war gut so!

Die Sendung kam, alles war hochprofessionell verpackt und fehlerfrei (!) dokumentiert; die Montage ging schnell. Und dann - der erste Ritt mit dem neuen Sattel! Ehrlich, im ersten Moment dachte ich, irgendwas stimmt nicht, denn alles fühlte sich so gut und stimmig an! Und dann, nach 30 Km, war das einzige, das schmerzte, meine Beine! Sonst nichts! Keine Taubheit! Mein Hintern grinst wieder und freut sich auf weitere Touren! Daher - ABSOLUTE KAUFEMPFEHLUNG!
A> Danke!
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05/04/2014
Written by Rahul Sharma
B67 Aged
Excellent saddle. I have B-67 aged.
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05/04/2014
Written by Rahul Sharma
B67 Aged
Excellent saddle. I have B-67 aged.
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12/12/2012
Written by Richard Kronenberg
B67 Aged
Brooks saddles are still the best. It took only 200 miles for the Aged saddle to really get comfortable. I rode 2000 miles this past summer and enjoyed every mile. The B67 Aged and my bottom were made for each other. Thanks for still making a superior product for the people who know the difference.

Richard Kronenberg. USA
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06/08/2012
Written by Jo. SCHWAEMMLE
B67 Aged
Endlich schmerzfrei und bequem längere Strecken fahren



Ich recherchierte lange, da mein Hintern mit dem hochwertigen Gelsattel meines neuen Tourenrads IMMER schmerzte: Steifigkeit, Taubheit waren ab 10 km normal.

Ich fand Im Netz Empfehlungen in Richtung Federsattel und breitere, den "Sitzbeinhöckern" angepasste Ledersättel. Trotzdem schreckte mich die von allen beschriebene längere Einfahrtzeit.

Zunächst bestellte ich mir einen holländischen Dreifedersattel mit Kloben für normale Sattelkerzen - ein VÖLLIGER FEHLGRIFF aufgrund mangelhafter Konstruktion und Dokumentation.

Dann eben doch einen legendären BROOKS-Sattel, nur welchen? Mir waren die Federn wichtig und die Möglichkeit, den Sattel auf meiner vorhandenen gefederten Patentsattelstütze montieren zu können. Obwohl ich anfangs dachte, AGED wäre eine dumme Marketingstrategie, musste ich erkennen, dass ich genau einen solchen Sattel wollte - der eben keine relevante Einfahrtzeit mehr benötigte. Schade eigentlich, denn die honigfarbenen finde ich schicker!

Dann die Entscheidung, den schmaleren Flyer - der vom Hersteller eher bei Treckingrädern platziert wird - oder doch eher den breiteren B67 für Cityräder und Heavy Duty? Ich entschied mich für den breiteren B67 - und das war gut so!

Die Sendung kam, alles war hochprofessionell verpackt und fehlerfrei (!) dokumentiert; die Montage ging schnell. Und dann - der erste Ritt mit dem neuen Sattel! Ehrlich, im ersten Moment dachte ich, irgendwas stimmt nicht, denn alles fühlte sich so gut und stimmig an! Und dann, nach 30 Km, war das einzige, das schmerzte, meine Beine! Sonst nichts! Keine Taubheit! Mein Hintern grinst wieder und freut sich auf weitere Touren! Daher - ABSOLUTE KAUFEMPFEHLUNG!
A> Danke!
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01/05/2011
Written by Steven Kaufman
B67 Aged
I purchased a Gazelle today. As far as I can tell it comes with a B67 aged. On the profile of the saddle there are a number of holes with what looks to be some type of lacing going through it. The lace is not tied together in anyway. The ends just dangle. Is that the way its supposed to be? Does the lace serve any purpose?



I'm wondering if this thing will get more comfortable or should I get a different saddle? My bum was is discomfort after a short ride. Help!
A> The saddle will definitely get more comfortable, you must first break it in.  The laces are to always be kept taught, and their purpose is to maintain the shape of the saddle by preventing the spread of its "wings".
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10/01/2011
Written by Paul Brett
B67 Aged
Someone just nicked mine off my Pashley Roadster. Boo!!!! Shoreditch sucks!! I will have to replace it as I have a bad back and need the springs. What is the best way to secure it? Thanks. Paul.
A > http://blog.brooksengland.com/wps/bicycles/„the-seat-didnt-get-stolen-by-itself/
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17/09/2010
Written by Kevin Popejoy
B67 Aged
I would like to have a more polished appearance on my aged B67. Should I anticipate any problems if I use a cream polish of similar hue to put a shine on the saddle? I typically use Meltonian polish on my leather goods. Your guidance in this matter is appreciated.
>>Many people use different leather care products on their saddles.  We only are allowed to comment on Proofide, our own unguent of near-magical properties. Good Luck!
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01/05/2011
Written by Steven Kaufman
B67 Aged
I purchased a Gazelle today. As far as I can tell it comes with a B67 aged. On the profile of the saddle there are a number of holes with what looks to be some type of lacing going through it. The lace is not tied together in anyway. The ends just dangle. Is that the way its supposed to be? Does the lace serve any purpose?



I'm wondering if this thing will get more comfortable or should I get a different saddle? My bum was is discomfort after a short ride. Help!
A> The saddle will definitely get more comfortable, you must first break it in.  The laces are to always be kept taught, and their purpose is to maintain the shape of the saddle by preventing the spread of its "wings".
1 of 1 people found this useful
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10/01/2011
Written by Paul Brett
B67 Aged
Someone just nicked mine off my Pashley Roadster. Boo!!!! Shoreditch sucks!! I will have to replace it as I have a bad back and need the springs. What is the best way to secure it? Thanks. Paul.
A > http://blog.brooksengland.com/wps/bicycles/„the-seat-didnt-get-stolen-by-itself/
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17/09/2010
Written by Kevin Popejoy
B67 Aged
I would like to have a more polished appearance on my aged B67. Should I anticipate any problems if I use a cream polish of similar hue to put a shine on the saddle? I typically use Meltonian polish on my leather goods. Your guidance in this matter is appreciated.
>>Many people use different leather care products on their saddles.  We only are allowed to comment on Proofide, our own unguent of near-magical properties. Good Luck!
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