The B66/B67 series is the most popular of Brooks's sprung models. They are an excellent choice for recreational or utility cycling in a fairly upright posture. The B66 is most appropriate for cyclists who set their handlebars higher than their saddles.
In general, the more upright your riding posture, the wider, and more heavily sprung, the saddle you should choose.
These use a special clamp (included) for old-style "pipe-type" seatposts.
To use them with modern "microadjusting" seatposts,
you need a "Seat Sandwich" (See Related Items).
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No, it doesn't have copper rivets. And this saddle, starts out harder that other Brooks I've owned over the years. This is the Saddle you would expect to see on an Oxford professor's bike. It's the Government issue model, for men in suits and uniforms, geared up for battle, sitting-up tall on bikes designed to give the rider visibility. You need upright bars for this one. It's not for you Italian race guys - no! This is for an Irish Policeman's bike: "Move along now...nothin more here to see."