Seems like it’s probably worth the trouble. Right?
brooks saddles are finicky; they need a break in period, you cant get them wet and you live in constant fear of it being snatched.
that chain is ugly and its chipping the paint.
Can’t get them wet? Says who?
…or don’t buy a $200 touring saddle for your epic journeys from Four Barrel to the Uptown.
So, that’s my bike. If you look closely (can’t tell from the picture), you’ll notice that the bike was spray-painted white (original colors were aquamarine and magenta), so I’m not too concerned about chipping the paint. I started using the heavy chain after a thief cut through a bike chain to steal my saddle outside of Z Space. Also, I can use it to secure my rear wheel if I need to lock the frame to a parking meter. Tensioned leather saddles are super comfortable, and it held up fine when I rode it from Boston to Portland, ME in the rain.
Bro, your bike is too small for you.
o no comprar una silla de montar giras de $ 200 para sus viajes épicos de Four Barrel a la parte alta.
Yeah, there aren’t many production bikes that fit me. Know anyone selling a good 67cm frame?
The top bar is carefully protected from scratches, but then a big clanky chain is draped around the rest.
I heard Brooks Saddles are made from the hides of dead Apple factory workers.
Brooks aint Brooks no mo.
Congrats on having back brakes.
Thanks. I ride free wheel. Also, the top tube cover is more for my shoulder than protecting the top tube.
Now that is funny
I like that Brian feels the need to explain himself to all these randoms on the net.
I like that you feel the need to explain your likes to the net.
I like that you call it the net.
I like Annette Funicello and Annette Benning.
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