The Brooks B17 Special with Copper Rails presents a finely enhanced model of the 100 year old classic.
The B17 is noted for it’s followers in the long distance touring, randonneuring, and commuting communities. Because of the wider perch to position your sit bones and the fact that the leather will gradually form a bit to your posterior, this model is widely touted as saddle nirvana. The hand hammered copper rivets and copper rails really set this saddle apart and raise your cycling hipster quotient by at least 2 points.
Be advised: Leather saddles are not totally weatherproof. They are subject to issues if left in the pouring rain. It’s best to appropriately apply some Brooks Proofide and have a saddle cover handy when riding in the rain.
- Hand hammered copper rivets
- Copper plated steel rails
- L x W x H: 270mm x 165mm x 65mm / 10.6″ x 6.5″ x 2.6″
- Weight: 540g / 19.0oz
- Saddle Cover: Leather
- Saddle Rails: Steel with Copper Finish
Brooks Forever Warranty
Whilst not giving an extra guarantee beyond the legal terms, we emphasize the fact that BROOKS Products are made throughout of the best material to be obtained, which, combined with experience and careful workmanship, and constant testing, is the best and safest guarantee that can be given. (An Excerpt from The Brooks Book for Cyclists, 1907)
10 YEARS GUARANTEE on all Brooks Saddles. By registering for the Brooks Forever service you extend our standard 2 year guarantee to 10 years. The registration will also provide a PROOF OF PURCHASE for all our products, and will allow us and your Brooks Dealer to determine when your product was purchased.
SADDLE REGISTRATION In order to register you need to know the production lot of your saddle. It is a 3 digit code which is stamped on the bottom of the leather top. This code is a sequence of number, letter, number.
WARRANTY CLAIMS Brooks England Ltd. will not accept claims due to crashes, accidents or low saddle maintenance and care, as in the common case of cyclists who forget to tension there saddles and end up sitting on the metal structure or cyclists who ride a completely saturated saddle.