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Brooks Cambium C17 全天候城市/旅行自行车座
Cambium All Weather C17 专为多年的倾斜骑行姿势、城市通勤或全球旅行而设计。 这款 Brooks Cambium 系列具有同样现代设计的 All Weather 是一款耐用舒适的马鞍，已经准备好骑行，得起功于硫化天然橡胶顶部，灵活性能要求不间断。 从冰冻雨水到闪耀的阳光，防水防风雨的尼龙套在任何条件下都能完美表现。 此外，升级版玻璃纤维加固背板有用于马鞍包或其他配件的环。
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My sit bone (or ischial tuberosity) measurement is about 125mm. In theory, the 162mm wide C17 should be wide enough and I rode that for many years. However, the surface of the Cambrium series is not flat and the strong curvature means that much of the width is not usable unless your sitting on the rivet (in which case you're sitting on the stiff outer frame). So while the C17 Carved I had was pretty good, I did want something wider but Brooks had not yet brought out the other variants.
Fast forward to today and the Cambrium is available in both wider and narrower variants, so when I bought a new bike I bought a the C19 Carved. At 184mm, this should be too wide for me. However, again because of the strong curvature it sits like a much smaller saddle (and the curvature also means that my thighs are not rubbing up against the saddle nose). Eyeballing it, I'd say that you could probably comfortably sit up to a 140-145mm sit bone size but as that is not my actual measurement I really can't guarantee that. What I can definitely say is that the C19 has proven to be an excellent fit for my personal geometry and ride comfort feels truly dialed in.
The other notable points are with regards to materials used. In the original Cambriums, the rear part of the frame (cantle plate) is aluminum (and it looks awesome). In the all-weather version, the cantle is plastic. Also, the fabric on the top surface used to be cotton (or organic cotton supposedly), but in the all-weather version the fabric is now nylon. At least when new, this is a little bit tacky to the touch but I hope that this will soon wear off. More to the point, the old cotton covers (at least in the older ones) are prone to fading...my old C17 was a limited edition "faded denim" and over the past few years has faded to a neutral canvas color. Allegedly the black nylon of the all-weather should be fade resistant.
While the Brooks website now lists only the all-weather version of the C19 Carved, the cotton cover/aluminum version is still available on Amazon but at a significantly higher price than the all-weather version. So if the above matters to you, there is an option.
Having ridden Brooks leather for going on 40 years now, I was both intrigued and put off by the though of a what is basically a rubber saddle. Rubber under my butt? We're a leather devotee, pal. Steel is real and Grant Peterson is a god.
Couple of years, reading reviews and opinions, I warmed up enough to try one out on one of my fixed gears. I was pleasantly surprised. Took a bit of fiddling to get the adjustment right (more nose down than I keep my leathers), but once I got it, it was amazingly comfortable, comparable in every positive way to my B17. The C19 (this saddle) is a bit wider at the rear, not quite as wide as my B68 style, but noticeably wider than the C17. Its recommended for the more upright position, which is perfect for the Pug. If you've ridden Brooks leather, you'll still note a difference, closest I can describe it is riding in (leather) vs riding on (cambi). With the leather saddle you felt as though you were suspended, you don't get quite the same feeling with the Cambium. That's not saying the Cambium isn't comfortable, it is, its just not a Brooks leather.
I love the fact the saddle is basically impervious to the weather, the muck of the trails. The B17 held up admirably, but needed periodic maintenance. The Cambium just says bring it on.
The juries still out on long term comfort, I've only done 50-60 miles at a time on a Cambrium, the leathers kept me in comfort through 100 milers. I liked it on the fixed gear, I like it on my Pug. I'd probably like it on all my bikes.