Exercising this pursuit the rider’s weight tends to be transferred onto the legs, and to some extent to the forearms and wrists, with the pressure on the seat being alleviated by a corresponding amount. Leaning forward for increased speed, the cyclist needs less support at the back, therefore these seats are generally narrower.
The B17 Narrow was first featured in the 1910 catalogue. Since then it has been the choice of road racers looking for more freedom of thigh action without sacrificing comfort.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Brilliant
Definitely one of the most comfortable saddles I've owned. I look forward to riding many long enjoyable miles on it. My only regret is that I didn't purchase it years ago!
25 August 2009