Mick does it again! Check out more at Busyman’s blog.
Photo by Kyle Kelley
Design fads come and go in cycling, but one thing’s for sure: camo ain’t going anywhere.
The 2014 Red Hook Crit is approaching and to celebrate this year’s race, they’ve continued to roll out collaboration products, like these San Marco Concor Saddles.
Garrett Chow has long been Mash’s right hand graphic designer and everything that dude touches is gold. Check out their latest project with San Marco: the Concor and Zoncolan saddles. In stock now at Mash.
This is amazing. Technically, it’s not meant for sitting. This wallaby hair saddle is going on one of Mick’s client’s dirt jumpers. Check out more photos at Busyman!
The ever popular and sportier version of the Brooks Flyer, the Brooks Conquest is back. Meant for a touring, mountain, klunker or fatbike, these saddles are a bit longer, like a racing saddle, but offer a little more compliance for distance. Check out more information at Brooks!
I also love how much they rep Surly. There’s just something special about Blue Lug builds…
All the saddle talk yesterday had me looking at Busyman Bicycles, where I caught this custom tree Arione Donna. So fresh!
For whatever the reason, this saddle has generated more hype than any I can recall. Perhaps it’s because Brooks isn’t exactly associated typically with vegan saddles? Or maybe it’s the unique nature of the material application? Rubber, really?! I’ve heard a lot of positive and negative feedback but that didn’t stop me from picking up a Cambium C17 from my local shop to try out (I still hadn’t received mine from Brooks to review, so I figured what the hell)…
Check out more below!
The newest saddle from Brooks should be in stock now at your local bike shop. The C17 (mens) and C17s (womens) Cambium is vegan-friendly and one of the slickest designed saddles I’ve seen. Not pictured is the darker colored version, which can be seen here. Head over to your local Brooks dealer to pick one up and see more information at Brooks England.