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Brooks EnglandFlyer Saddle - Men's

$150.00

Item # BHS0023

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  • Antique Brown, One Size ($150.00)
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Item # BHS0023
Description

Why We Like The Flyer Saddle - Men's

Add vintage flair to your new touring bike with the Brooks Heritage Saddles Men's Flyer Saddle. The two springs absorb road and trail vibration the old-school way to reduce fatigue after hours in the saddle. The leather cover is comfortable and durable. Aside from its performance advantages, the Flyer adds classic vintage style to your rig to make it as fun to look at as it is to ride. Well, almost.

  • A vintage touring saddle with modern components for your bold ride
  • Vegetable tanned leather boosts style and flair
  • Springs absorb vibrations and impact for comfortable control
  • Leather naturally molds to the rider over time
  • Extended 10-year warranty offers lasting satisfaction

Tech Specs
Railssteel
Coverleather
Seat Width175 mm
Recommended UseTouring, long distance
Manufacturer Warranty10 years
Weight

Actual Weight

Antique Brown, One Size
857g
30.23oz

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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1lb 14.3oz
860g

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 5

Awesome

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Broken in after 200 miles and a dream to ride on. Pretty neat to be able to fine tune tension.

>Rating: 5

Excellent, not for weight-weenies

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This saddle is sublimely comfortable for bikes that have a more upright seating position. If your stem is slammed, this thing will be far too wide, but on a touring bike it should be fine. I use it on my 'all-road' Rawland Ravn, and it is wonderful on gravel and dirt roads. It is VERY heavy, but I honestly never cared about weight (as an aside, why is it that, in the gym, the person who can lift the most is to be admired while, on a bike, the person with the lightest bike is king?) Note that this is a B17 with springs. If you like the way the B17 feels, then this saddle will be even better. Note that you will have to oil the springs periodically, or it will sqeak. Highly recommended.