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The environmentally friendly


CORKGELORKG An innovative


KG An innovativ


combinati on of 20% bio-sourbio-sourced


with nat polyuret


with natural c rk


ethane gel ural cork.


mbination of 20% polyur hane gel


The envi ronmentall y friendly saddle CORTEX C


bio-reinforced co wo


TEX COVER The soft- touch,


he soft-t


bio-reinfor ced co ver is ma de made wood


responsibly managed fo rests acco rding to stringe n t environmental and social standards.


esponsibly managed f


according to stringent environme ntal and social standard s


This results in a uniqu e, distressed look that g each BEC


singular appearance


his results in a unique distressed look that gives each BECOZ saddle its singular appearance .


100% BIO BASE


made fromR lsan® P 11, eight bioplastic


made from Rils an®PA a light a lightweight bioplastic produced from 100%


PA


produced from 100% plan t plant-based renewable resources (s uch as castor


esources (such as cast seeds ) whose polyami- seeds) whose polyami-


high high


servi ce temperatures ex eptional chemical esistanc


impa ct strength .


service temperatures, exceptional chemical resistance, and great impact strength.


and g eat


-based r newable i


NATURAL OILSATURAL OILS Foam and elastomers


NAT LS


Foam and elastomer s a re formulated with 15% natural oil


are f rmulated with 15% natural oil


polyols based mainly on Castor Oil fr


polyols based mainly on C st or Oil from sustainab le cultiva- tion and Soybean oil from non-food sour


ECO-COMPONENTS ECO- OMPONENT


Saddle nose protection is made from up to 95% bio-sour CO2 em


2 emissionsission s. Eve. Even recy cled sc rap leather that would ha ve been dest ined fo wo


Saddle nose protection is made from up to 95% bio-sourced en the BECthe BECOZ name is stamped intOZ name is stamped into


cled scrap leather that w uld ha e been destined ffor Come and visit us at our E ome and vi sit us at our Eurobike bo oth A 5-301 bike booth A5-301


sustainable cultiva- tion and S ybean oil from non-food so urces .


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