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View Poll Results: Do you have a Brooks saddle?
No, never tried one
22.02%
Yes, I have one and love it
26.61%
Yes, I have many and want more
26.61%
Brooks, one saddle to rule them all
3.67%
No, tried Brooks, hated it
8.26%
No, had one that never fit me right
4.59%
No, but I'm Brooks-curious
5.50%
I had one ... wish I'd kept it
0.92%
What is this "Brooks" you speak of?
0.92%
I like Mel Brooks films
10.09%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 109. You may not vote on this poll

POLL: Do you have a Brooks saddle?

Old 02-17-21, 11:47 AM
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C17 on my main road bike and main gravel bike. I would buy a couple more if I had $200 that I didnt want to spend on other stuff first.

I live the C17 way more than the B17. With a C17 I dont have to think about it for rain/water and the nose can be set level. Some B17 saddles look like the rider is preparing themselves for a proctology exam.
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Old 02-17-21, 11:50 AM
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I personally love Brooks saddles but will be the first to admit that selection for each bike and set up is crucial. It is essentially a hammock type saddle that requires the correct tilt for your riding position on a particular bike. The quickest to get comfortable was a Honey B17 Aged I bought a couple of years ago. My garage in summer with some Brooks equipped bikes.
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Originally Posted by Phil_gretz View Post
I currently ride Brooks, Gyes and Ideale. I have also ridden Fujita and Wrights. I prefer leather slung saddles of this type WHEN the type of bicycle warrants it. So, I don't use them when the saddle to bar drop is beyond 3" or so, or where absolute weight savings are a must. Otherwise, they're terrific.

I've had well over a dozen Brooks-like saddle. Don't overlook the Fujita saddles, particularly their Professional models. Pretty darned nice.

The modern production B-17 isn't very good at all. The leather is miserably thin and compliant. It'll stretch out much faster than previous generations did. Do not recommend.
I guess you haven't seen the B17 Special. The leather isn't thin.
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Old 02-17-21, 12:44 PM
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I love my B-17. I can't get my C-17 to work for me. 75 miles on by B-17 us o problem. The C-17 leaves some pain after 20 mile exercise rides, every other day. I expected it to be the same but it hasn't been that way for me.
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Originally Posted by phughes View Post
I guess you haven't seen the B17 Special. The leather isn't thin.
I'm familiar with it. It is less commonly used.

Someone mentioned the Team Pro, that has nice leather, too. I had one on my fixed gear for ~5 years or so, and it never broke in a bit. Although it was comfortable for me from the outset.

The 1970s Fujita FB-17 had better leather than the stock Brooks B-17.
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Old 02-17-21, 01:27 PM
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This is a good example of how this forum doesn't represent the general cycling population. At this point, according to the poll, 65% of riders use Brooks saddles.
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Old 02-17-21, 01:33 PM
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I think Mel Brooks' best film is the one he didn't direct, The Elephant Man. But Young Frankenstein is really good.

Half my six bikes have Brooks saddles on them.
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Old 02-17-21, 01:54 PM
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Missing my category: "Never tried one, and have no plans to do so." I like perineum cutouts.
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Old 02-17-21, 02:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Riveting View Post
Missing my category: "Never tried one, and have no plans to do so." I like perineum cutouts.
You couldn't find a poll selection that fits?
  • No, never tried one

Cutouts ... like this Brooks C-15? (hint: Brooks has a cutout versions of most saddles)


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Old 02-17-21, 02:12 PM
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Never had a Brooks but I do have a Selle Anatomica X-2 (which I understand is similar) on my old Roubaix and liked it just fine.
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Old 02-17-21, 04:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Retro Grouch View Post
None of the boxes exactly fit my situation.

Once I discovered that Brooks saddles eliminated my "numb manhood" issue I went all Brooks until I stopped riding diamond frame bicycles.
You don't like Mel Brooks films? Shame!

As I literally just posted elsewhere in the forum I have 5 Cambiums and plans for more. Love that saddle. I do wish it were lighter but it works well for my body.
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Old 02-17-21, 04:23 PM
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I had one that came with an old Raleigh I got, but it was very uncomfortable. I felt like I was sitting on the rails. Perhaps it was the condition or age or because it was an OEM model, and I am curious to try a new aftermarket one.

My touring buddy has a Cambium and it does not feel good on my arse, so I would try a leather one if I ever get the urge
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Old 02-17-21, 04:27 PM
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I got a B17 on my touring bike and another on my round town hybrid. I used to have a C17 which was great for short rides. Longer rides I felt it was too big.
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Old 02-17-21, 04:50 PM
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Brooks on both bikes, seems fine for 6hr days on road, or trail touring. I did have a Botecchia road bike with a Turbo that never changed shape, it was fine to.
What's with all of the people who did not also check that they like Mel Brooks films? Have they no souls?
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B-17 Imperial on my Trek 520, but Adamo Road saddle on my other two road bikes.
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Old 02-17-21, 06:34 PM
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I have a B-17 w/ copper rivets still in the box after two years. Think I'll need some vintage steel to give it a home.
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Old 02-17-21, 07:32 PM
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I have the B-17 Special with the copper rivets on my Surly LHT. It is incredibly comfortable, once I realized it had been set too high. Once it was adjusted to the proper height, for me, it has disappeared beneath me. My last tour proved it to me, easily doing 35-70 mile days, and being able to do it again the next morning, with no discomfort.


I found this beauty in a small town in Iowa, at a bike shop. I was spending some time over the summer on year, with my parents, and had brought my 1984 Ross Mt. Rainier with me. I rode every day between 10 and 40 miles. I stopped at a bike shop downtown, and was just looking around. The owner asked if he could help me, and I asked, "You wouldn't happen to have a Brooks saddle would you?" He said he thought he might, and dug under his counter and pulled out a really ugly, completely covered in dust, Brooks B-72. He said he traded something for it. I looked it over, and other than being really dirty, it looked serviceable. I was going to need the old style seat post for it so we looked for one that would fit the Ross. I asked how much for the seat and seat post. He said $50, so I bought them. I took it back to my parents' house, and cleaned the dust off it. It had never been installed on a bike. Under the dust and grime, it was new. That seat was like a pillow from day one. It is made from a thinner leather than the B17, and it has the cool vertical springs.


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B-17 on my Peugeot UO-8 B-67 on my Raleigh Tourist. Love em'....
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Old 02-18-21, 09:14 AM
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I got a Brooks B17 saddle for Christmas and mounted it on my Cannondale Synapse which is on my smart trainer for the Winter. I have close to 500 miles on it and did not have a break-in period that I would call painful, just uncomfortable. It is now very comfortable and I look forward to the Spring and riding with it outdoors.
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Old 02-18-21, 12:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Hypno Toad View Post
You couldn't find a poll selection that fits?
  • No, never tried one

Cutouts ... like this Brooks C-15? (hint: Brooks has a cutout versions of most saddles)

"Never tried one." fit, but it didn't have the right qualifier (like the rest of the Yes/No options did) to tell the whole story of WHY I didn't try one.

I'm glad you responded to me, because I didn't realize a Brooks cutout version even existed! In that case I'd like to change my poll selection to "No, but I'm Brooks curious".

Although I'm quite satisfied with my Specialized Power Expert, professionally fitted to me at an LBS.

My understanding is that the upside of Brooks (in general) is that the leather eventually molds to your sit spots for a more even distribution of weight, but the downside is increased care and maintenance, amirite?
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Old 02-18-21, 12:46 PM
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Originally Posted by Riveting View Post
"Never tried one." fit, but it didn't have the right qualifier (like the rest of the Yes/No options did) to tell the whole story of WHY I didn't try one.

I'm glad you responded to me, because I didn't realize a Brooks cutout version even existed! In that case I'd like to change my poll selection to "No, but I'm Brooks curious".

Although I'm quite satisfied with my Specialized Power Expert, professionally fitted to me at an LBS.

My understanding is that the upside of Brooks (in general) is that the leather eventually molds to your sit spots for a more even distribution of weight, but the downside is increased care and maintenance, amirite?
Generally speaking, yes, it molds to you, and it also gives a little as you ride. The leather models breathe much better than vinyl, or other vinyl-like covers, so for me the leather is more comfortable. The leather is also slicker on the sides than a synthetic cover, so whatever I am wearing slides over it more easily, no chafing. As for care, if you call treating the top with Proofide once in a while, when I think of it, usually around once a year, and throwing a shower cap on it when it is parked and it calls for rain, increased care and maintenance, then yes. I carry a shower cap on tour, and put it on at night, or when it is really raining and I'm riding. Light rain I don't worry about. Putting the shower cap on it takes all of a few seconds.

Or you could be like my brother. He has a Brooks on his. When we were kids in the 70s, my oldest brother bough a Raleigh used, that had a Brooks on it. My middle brother got it from him. He rode multiple RAGBRIAs on it, as well as a tour from Iowa to Oklahoma, then joined a ride across Oklahoma, like RAGBRAI. He still has the bike, and the seat. It is still good. He has never treated the leather, and I have never seen him cover it. I don't recommend that particular method of maintenance, but that is what he did. Suffice to say, the maintenance needs are minimal, and greatly exaggerated.
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Old 02-18-21, 12:48 PM
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Originally Posted by Riveting View Post
"Never tried one." fit, but it didn't have the right qualifier (like the rest of the Yes/No options did) to tell the whole story of WHY I didn't try one.

I'm glad you responded to me, because I didn't realize a Brooks cutout version even existed! In that case I'd like to change my poll selection to "No, but I'm Brooks curious".

Although I'm quite satisfied with my Specialized Power Expert, professionally fitted to me at an LBS.

My understanding is that the upside of Brooks (in general) is that the leather eventually molds to your sit spots for a more even distribution of weight, but the downside is increased care and maintenance, amirite?
I must say, I like the polling on BF ... you get broad options for the responses to the poll question and get details discussion in the comments.

I wouldn't want to talk anybody into a Brooks ... crotches are like snowflakes, every one is unique . I will share my experience and love for Brooks, I have 6 bikes, 3 with Brooks and 3 without Brooks. I don't have a Brooks on a pure road bike, for example.

My B-17 (leather) saddle is on my commuter bike (remember when we commuted?). This bike/saddle has seen some crazy conditions and held up fine. I use Proofide (a leather conditioning cream) a couple times a year, but not too often. The leather shouldn't be left in the rain (or cover it while it's out in the rain), and I ride in the rain with full fenders to keep road spray from hitting the underside of the saddle. The leather can be ridden in the rain, but keeping it from getting totally drenched helps keep it from sagging. So a leather Brooks is a little more care then my other saddles, but not a lot more care. My B-17 is so comfy for my tushy, I'm happy to ride 20-30 miles in street clothes (I won't be comfortable doing that with any other saddles).

Brooks has some light weight options with CF rails, but they are typically heavier. Again, I don't have Brooks on my road bikes. The bikes that have Brooks are far from feather-weights, the saddle isn't gonna make it or break it.
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While saddle shopping, I tried a Brooks B17 just to see what all the hoopla was about. It was uncomfortable from the get go and while I realized that I had to break it in, the more I rode on it the worse it became. It was so bad that it took several days after giving up the saddle before I was able to ride on my old saddle. That was in 2012. My fitter recommended and ISM Prologue and I've been happy ever since. I have one on each road bike.
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While saddle shopping, I tried a Brooks B17 just to see what all the hoopla was about. It was uncomfortable from the get go and while I realized that I had to break it in, the more I rode on it the worse it became. It was so bad that it took several days after giving up the saddle before I was able to ride on my old saddle. That was in 2012. My fitter recommended and ISM Prologue and I've been happy ever since. I have one on each road bike.
FWIW - I wouldn't use a B-17 on a road bike. I have a C-15 carved (pic) on gravel racing bike, I might put that saddle on a road bike ... but B-17 saddles are best for more upright sitting positions.

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"Once Saddle to Rule Them All."

When I was younger, I scoffed at Brook saddles, they were for guys who rode bikes with panniers and orange flags. I used what were popular at the time, Selle Italia, I loved my Selle San Marco Rolls, and then used the Flite when it was introduced. These saddles were comfortable enough provided I wore good shorts, was in good shape, and all other adjustments were correct.

I finally got a Brooks saddle long after I had stopped riding competitively, whenI began commuting to and from work by bicycle. My first ride with the saddle was awful it was literally hard as a brick. But I knew they took time to break in, so I remained patient, and it got more and more comfortable. Eventually it fit me like a glove, and I could spend all day in the saddle without needing bike shorts.

For general riding, the ordinary B17 was the most comfortable. It was wide enough in the back to support my weight, and reduce pressure on the center and front. I got into more competitive riding again, and got a Brooks Swift titanium. It is quite comfortable in shorts, but a little too narrow on the back when riding without bike shorts.

Eventually I put Brooks saddles on all of my bikes.
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