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I know this is kind of not looking at all of the circumstances, but isn't it a poor idea to have a brooks leather saddle on a bike that is going to be flogged through snow?

Tom Mrotek


That is an excellent observation and one that I hadn't considered. While I understand your logical concern for a lovely saddle, I will openly admit that I am not going to swap it out and just cover it with a plastic grocery bag when conditions call for it. I only own one bike and don't wish to purchase different components for it.


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