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Brooks England B67-S Ladies Steel Saddle

Special aged finish for a softer touch, with laced skirts to help maintain shape. Same shape as the classic B66S, but with single rails for modern micro adjust seatposts. Suitable for an upright posture. The S version is a bit shorter than the standard B67, and popular with women who wear skirts while cycling. Includes rear bag loops for attaching a Brooks holdall bag.

The Brooks sprung saddles are quite comfortable out of the box, but will break-in over time to be a personal favorite. The B67S saddle allows you to forgo using the seat sandwich adaptor that was needed when using a Brooks B66 on a modern seatpost.

Brooks England B67-S Ladies Steel Saddle Features:

  • Length: 235mm
  • Width: 210mm
  • Weight: 1020g

Buy Brooks England B67-S Ladies Steel Saddles from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.

  • Colour: Brown
Rated 5 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by fabo... fabulous service and saddle from CRC. i ordered the saddle and within 4 days it was on my doorstep. can't get faster international shipping than that! i bought the saddle to pop onto my van moof no.3. it is top notch quality and im so glad i didn't go for a gel number (although nothing wrong with that). it looks amazing and im looking foward to moulding it into the curves of my toosh! i also purchased some brooks handlebar grips and together they compliment and lift the classic yet minimalist style of the van moof. thankyou again CRC! 26 July 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fully satisfied customer! I treated myself to this saddle once I had renovated an old Raleigh Twenty enough to know I was going to be able to ride it. The saddle is comfortable and, of course, looks great on the bicycle. The package landed on my doorstep about 10 days after I placed the order. 07 April 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Comfortable without break in on an upright seating bike I have a Raleigh Twenty that the B67-S saddle was one of the first upgrades made. The seating position is very upright with the handlebars above the seat. The saddle is comfortable in street clothes and the springs really work over the bumpy streets and streetcar tracks. The only thing I don't like (and this is probably a characteristic of most Brooks saddles) are the short rails that do not allow the saddle to go as far back as modern saddles - I had to get a seatpost with a good amount of setback to position it properly. I'd highly recommend this seat for an upright riding style. 30 October 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Une Affaire!!!! Selle absolument magnifique et hyper confortable avant même d'être rodée! Une véritable merveille! Et puis ce prix... :-) cette selle est pour ainsi dire donnée. 09 February 2010
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I'm new to the bike world and the terms that come with it. Googling just makes me more confused. According to Wiki, I think my seatpost is the 'plain' version where there's a "separate clamping mechanism at the top. One bolt tightens the clamp to the rest of the seatpost and to the saddle rails at the same time."
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Your current seatpost has a conventional dual rail clamp which is compatible with this saddle.

Should you want a new seatpost, simply measure the Outer Diameter of your current post, the length and then match it to available sizes.

An example post is listed below.
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