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Twin leather straps with the unique Brooks buckle designed in the 1930s.

  • 3mm, supple leather straps, resistant to cracking and wear
  • Supplied as one set of two straps

Delivery Information

Hargroves Cycles offer Free Delivery for all orders over £9 with in Mainland UK (orders below £9 will be charged £1.99)

Current disptach time of UK Bike orders is 2-5 days.
In Stock Clothing, Parts and Accessories are usually delivered within 2-4 working days, often sooner.

Bikes and Bulky items are sent via TNT Courier and smaller items are sent via Royal Mail 2nd Class Post.

Items over £50 are sent with Royal Mail 1st Class track able service which is emailed to the customer on the day of dispatch.
For full delivery details please see our Delivery Page

International Delivery

Hargroves Cycles delivery all across Europe. Goods are shipped from the UK and are subject to import duties where applicable

For further delivery, pricing and restriction information please view our International Shipping Page

Returns Information

We will happily exchange or refund any item purchased at Hargroves Cycles within 365 days, except gift vouchers and personalized products, except where faulty.

Returned goods must be unused and supplied with their original packaging, unless faulty.

For full details on our Returns procedure please visit out Returns Section.

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Over almost a century and a half, Brooks England has grown from a small workshop to a byword in quality craftsmanship. Back in 1865, John Boultbee Brooks left his hometown of Hinckley in Leicestershire with just £20 in his pocket.

He headed for Birmingham, where in 1866 he established a business in horse harnesses and general leather goods in Great Charles Street under the name JB Brooks & Co. In 1878, the unfortunate death of Mr Brooks’ horse led to a stroke of inspiration. Unable to afford another horse, he borrowed a bicycle in order to commute to work. He found the seat so uncomfortable that he vowed to do something about it.

On 28 October 1882, Mr Brooks filed his first saddle patent. Waddling cyclists everywhere rejoiced and the new product was a roaring success.

Today Brooks are seen as market leaders in traditional saddles and accessories with a strong sense of heritage and British design.

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