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Help with Re-covering A Batavus Saddle

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Help with Re-covering A Batavus Saddle

I bought a Batavus Champion and I would like to use the original saddle (the Batavus name appears on the rear of the saddle). However, the covering is torn and worn. Is there a service that will recover saddles? If so, could you give me their name. I did a quick search and didn't see any promising leads. Thanks.

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