Tabor saddle

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Colin Blackburn

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I came across this...

http://www.x64.com/b/details.html

It looks like the result of a nasty accident between a Brooks saddle, a paperclip and a safety pin.
Maybe it's a development of the Pedersen idea for standard bikes? Does it work?

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Philip Thornton

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Colin Blackburn wrote:

>I came across this...
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>http://www.x64.com/b/details.html
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>It looks like the result of a nasty accident between a Brooks saddle, a paperclip and a safety pin.
>Maybe it's a development of the Pedersen idea for standard bikes?
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Oe-er missus, I think I'll stick to my Pedersen thank you very much :))

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Philip Thornton-Evison
 
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Wafflycathcsdir

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>http://www.x64.com/b/details.html
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>It looks like the result of a nasty accident between a Brooks saddle, a paperclip and a safety pin.

Looks like one slip off the saddle & voila! instant vascetomy!

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"Colin Blackburn" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> In article <[email protected]>, [email protected] says...
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> > >http://www.x64.com/b/details.html
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> > >It looks like the result of a nasty accident between a Brooks saddle, a paperclip and a
> > >safety pin.
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> > Looks like one slip off the saddle & voila! instant vascetomy!
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> Maybe these saddles are on the free bikes they are giving away in India?
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> Colin

I bought one similar to this at a boot sale. It weighed quite a bit so I imagine the Brompton it's
on in the pictures is even heavier than normal. The leather was so thick I wondered if it came from
some other animal than a cow! I didn't try it but made a profit on ebay so some people like them.
 
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