B67 S

£ 92
B67 S

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The B67 and B67 S are the modern versions of B66 models, first featured in the 1927 catalogue. Classically sprung for supreme comfort, the B67 and B67 S feature single rails for attachment to modern micro-adjust seat pillars.

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The B67 and B67 S are the modern versions of B66 models, first featured in the 1927 catalogue. Classically sprung for supreme comfort, the B67 and B67 S feature single rails for attachment to modern micro-adjust seat pillars.

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  • Length : 240mm
  • Width : 205mm
  • Height : 85mm
  • Weight : 810g
  • Frame : Steel
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Part of an old Brooks Tradition
25/09/2009
Written by Rupert Wollheim
B67 S
Q > I have been offered one of these at a very attractive price (but still not cheap). Does it work well for a man? Is there any major disadvantage in a shorter seat?
A > The model for men is the B67, not the B67 S, which is the shorter version for ladies. Normally ladies saddles are shorter because they might wear skirts whilst cycling and in the 1920s when the B66 has been introduced, there weren't many women wearing trousers. Now could you imagine a lady in a skirt with something pointed sticking out at the front while riding? It is mainly an aesthetic reason why ladies saddles are shorter. We would recommend the longer B67. The nose of the saddle gives you stability on the bike, so the shorter it is the more unstable you might be.
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17/03/2013
Written by William Semple
B67 S
I have been using Brooks saddles for about 30 years. The first time I ordered one the shop keeper tried his best to talk me out it as it would take 500-1000 miles to break it in. It was a B33 heavy duty saddle. Well it took me from the door of the shop to the edge of the pavement to "break in" the saddle. It was bliss compared to those gel torture devices being passed off as saddles. I have been riding Brooks Saddles every since. I changed to the 67S because I had to change to a single rail for the Canecreek Thudbuster suspension seat post that is fitted on my latest touring bike. The B67S works well despite its small size and the large size of my rear end!. I chose the S even though I am male because it is more comfortable when I use my profile bars. Getting back to the "breaking in of saddles" what is that all about? I have had four Brook's saddles on different bikes and have never had to break them in. If one has to break in anything it would be one's posterior. I have done some long distance cycle rides of 10-15 hours in a day and day after day and aches and pains I had a plenty but my rear end never complained (or not much). I believe it is the nature of sprung saddles that there is a continuous movement that gently massages the seat of your pants and prevents the build up of aches and regardless of how good the saddle is you rear will tire a bit during a long ride but the springs will ease the impact of bumps on the road and the combination of avoiding shocks and massaging gives the best possible comfort in a saddle. I pity all those still conned by the myth of gel saddles. - Keep up the good work
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01/02/2014
Written by Linda Runnalls
B67 S
I am loving my new B67S. It is the first saddle I have felt comfortable on from the start. I didn't take long to soften at all, and I am enjoying being pain free after my rides now! Thanks for such a beautiful and fine product.
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01/02/2014
Written by Linda Runnalls
B67 S
I am loving my new B67S. It is the first saddle I have felt comfortable on from the start. I didn't take long to soften at all, and I am enjoying being pain free after my rides now! Thanks for such a beautiful and fine product.
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17/03/2013
Written by William Semple
B67 S
I have been using Brooks saddles for about 30 years. The first time I ordered one the shop keeper tried his best to talk me out it as it would take 500-1000 miles to break it in. It was a B33 heavy duty saddle. Well it took me from the door of the shop to the edge of the pavement to "break in" the saddle. It was bliss compared to those gel torture devices being passed off as saddles. I have been riding Brooks Saddles every since. I changed to the 67S because I had to change to a single rail for the Canecreek Thudbuster suspension seat post that is fitted on my latest touring bike. The B67S works well despite its small size and the large size of my rear end!. I chose the S even though I am male because it is more comfortable when I use my profile bars. Getting back to the "breaking in of saddles" what is that all about? I have had four Brook's saddles on different bikes and have never had to break them in. If one has to break in anything it would be one's posterior. I have done some long distance cycle rides of 10-15 hours in a day and day after day and aches and pains I had a plenty but my rear end never complained (or not much). I believe it is the nature of sprung saddles that there is a continuous movement that gently massages the seat of your pants and prevents the build up of aches and regardless of how good the saddle is you rear will tire a bit during a long ride but the springs will ease the impact of bumps on the road and the combination of avoiding shocks and massaging gives the best possible comfort in a saddle. I pity all those still conned by the myth of gel saddles. - Keep up the good work
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03/09/2012
Written by Carolyn Ibis
B67 S
I have heard great things about your saddles. Of course, I was still a little skeptical about the comfort when I first bought my B67S last November. But I must say that I love the saddle! From day one of use, it has required no breaking in. Unlike the saddle that came with the bike, this saddle is very comfortable. I just road down the Pacific Coast and it was nice not having a sore bum while riding. I will recommend this saddle to others, it is a good investment and I will eventually put Brooks saddles on all my bikes!
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24/08/2013
Written by Roy Harvey
B67 S
FAB 1000s of miles touring in comfort, typical British design great idea rubbish execution, the adjusting bolt seizes due to its exposure to the elements leaving the saddle squeaking and in need of adjustment a more robust adjustment mechanism would cost pennies and stop this problem.
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24/08/2013
Written by Roy Harvey
B67 S
FAB 1000s of miles touring in comfort, typical British design great idea rubbish execution, the adjusting bolt seizes due to its exposure to the elements leaving the saddle squeaking and in need of adjustment a more robust adjustment mechanism would cost pennies and stop this problem.
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