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Brooks C19 Cambium All Weather Saddle
Brooks C19 Cambium All Weather Saddle
Brooks C19 Cambium All Weather Saddle
Brooks C19 Cambium All Weather Saddle

Brooks
C19 Cambium All Weather Saddle

Mfg PartNum:B2000180
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From sunshine to freezing rain.

Designed to keep you riding year round, regardless of what Mother Nature throws at you, the Brooks Cambium C19 All Weather Saddle takes Brooks's esteemed performance to new ground. Doing away with their traditional leather construction, Brooks turned to a vulcanized natural rubber that keeps this saddle ready to ride right out of the box. If you've been intimidated by the break-in period or required maintenance of a leather saddle, yet want to experience what Brooks has to offer, look no further.

With the C19 Shape, this saddle is designed for riding in an upright position through an urban environment. The weather-proof nylon cover keeps out wind, rain, snow, or ice to ensure that the passing seasons don't wear down the saddle. A fiberglass-reinforced nylon base allows the saddle to provide stable support, and features mounting loops for one of their saddle bags, a tail light, or any other saddle accessory.

Width: 184mm. Length: 275mm. Claimed weight: 490 grams.

B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. Saddle rails may have minor scratches. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

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Saddle Type: Road Saddles 

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Brooks C19 Cambium All Weather Saddle
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by Brian M. Oldham
Daily Commuter
San Francisco, Ca
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

This seat is perfectly made as you would expect from a 150 year old company steeped in tradition. These seats are made in Italy but if Brooks puts their name on it, then it should be good. It is exquisite in finish, form, and materials. The seat looks rock hard when you take it out and it was only when the seat was mounted on the bike and i leaned on it to move the bike that I felt the flex. I have an upright seating position on my bike and that's why I got the C19. I've been on this seat for over 200 miles with the longest ride of about 22 miles. In the riding ive done I have found this seat to be very comfortable. It supports my weight and is smooth enough to move around on while riding. I think it looks sharp and adds to the esthetic of the bike and it rides very well. I ride with no pads and still find this seat to be comfortable even when I do a ride that incorporates lots of stops and getting on and off. The seat performs well in traffic. I stop for my turn in traffic and so I get on and off a lot just to keep my place in a traffic line. No problems doing that. My only wish is that it came in a color.

Reviewed 11/5/2018
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Excellent design & typical Brooks quality.
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by knjc68
Cycling Enthusiast
Western Nebraska
6 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

The comfort of a broken-in leather Brooks, but without the need to maintain or protect from getting wet.

Reviewed 8/10/2018
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Very comfortable saddle
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by laidbackguy
Cycling Enthusiast
Arkansas
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I have had a very difficult time trying to switch back from recumbent bicycles to upright bicycles. My back requires I sit nearly upright. I went through well over a dozen saddles including several Brooks saddles. before I purchased this one. I have been very pleased with the saddle on rides of 20 miles. I have had no significant pain. I have not toured with this saddle, although I plan on it. i feel the extra width is essential for the near upright rider. The saddle seems sturdy but somewhat flexible. I feel this saddle is great for the upright rider.

Reviewed 10/18/2018
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Comfortable from mile zero
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by Chris
Cycling Enthusiast
Santa Cruz, CA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

This Brooke saddle is perfect for my round town bike when I'm not always chamoised up. Broadly supportive and comfortable, water-proof too.

Reviewed 2/28/2019
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