Dario Pegoretti at B1866

A few weeks ago Brooks announced that custom handmade frames will be available from their new London shop, B1866. This weekend Dario Pegoretti will be visiting the shop with his latest creation, a collaboration with the new Brooks Cambium Saddle centred on the Italian espresso brand Goppion. It features the award winning Cambium which is created from the burlap of a coffee sack, and rich coffee themed detailing in the paintwork on the frame.

Ricky Feather, and Darren Crisp are already among those signed up to offer personal fittings directly inside the B1866 premises, meaning customers will not have to travel to the frame-builders’ studios, but be measured and fitted right in the heart of London.

B1866 also offers the unique opportunity to design your own Brooks Saddle, selecting the leather and undercarriage to perfectly match your frame or other accessories for a completely custom machine.

To book a custom frame fit with Dario, please contact the B1866 shop manager, Stephen Brill on +44 (0)20 7836 9968 or email: sb@brooksengland.com. The address of the shop is: B1866, 36 Earlham Street, Seven Dials, London WC2H 9LH.

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