Originally I intended to let April try the B-17N on the Novarra Randonee, but the narrowness scared her. So I decided to pull the B-67 off of the Long Haul Trucker (a saddle I never really got used to) and let her try that instead. We’ll soon see if she’s entered the cult of the Brooks! *
I put the Craigslist B-66 (the wider one) onto the Worksman Cycle Truck, replacing the beastial saddle that came equipped with the bike. (Even though the B-66 is hefty, it was still pounds lighter than the saddle it replaced!) This saddle is pretty beat, with tears on one side, but I don’t ride the Cycle Truck that much, so I’m not that worried. If it fails, it fails. Besides, I paid only $20 for it.
So the easiest thing would be throw the B-17N onto the Long Haul Trucker, right? Of course not! It’s a touring bike, so I’d rather throw my Champion Flyer on there, because it’s my most favored and broken-in saddle.
I put the B-17N onto the Centurion because it goes with the sexy single-speed feel, plus the brown matches the bike better.
Ah, slave to fashion.
*The answer: NO.