The handsome Swift was the youngest gentleman's racing saddle in the Brooks range. It features delicately hand skived lower sides, where a thin stripe of the leather top surface is cut back, thus exposing the lighter coloured suede beneath which makes for an attractive visual accent and greater comfort when pedalling. The large copper rivets at the nose and tail are also hammered by hand, commensurate with our usual high level of attention to detail. As is the case with all of our hand manufactured saddles, the Swift proudly sports a metal nameplate at the rear, and in addition two embossed graphic details on the sides featuring the saddle name and incorporating an icon of a Swift in flight.
On introduction the Swift was offered only with lightweight titanium rails. However, due to popular demand, since 2008 we also offer the Swift Chrome, with traditional steel underpinnings, finished to our usual high standards with bright polished chromium plate.
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I have 4 years and almost 7500 miles on my Swift Titanium. It is soft, it is comfortable and it fits my not too large 55 year old derriere perfectly. I bought the Swift because when I started riding seriously again, about 8 years ago, I could not find a comfortable saddle. Recalling that the most comfortable ride of my youth had been the leather Ideal saddle on my old Peugeot PX-10, I committed to buying and breaking in the Brooks. In truth, the first couple of thousand miles were not all that comfy but it's now like an old, well-worn friend. I look forward to spending many more years on this beautiful saddle.
I had seen Brooks saddles at the York cycle show over the years but always thought they looked far too uncomfortable and were far too expensive. Recently however I decided to take the plunge and fit a Swift Titanium to my Mercian touring bicycle. It had sat in its packaging for two weeks but I looked at it everyday until the right afternoon arrived when I felt I had the time to fit it and adjust it. My first experience actually riding on this saddle was that it was indeed different, but not in any way uncomfortable. It seemed slippery in comparison to other saddles and I had to keep getting on and off the bike to adjust the position and the rake. Then it started raining and raining and I was suddenly cycling through a flash flood. I was as concerned about the saddle as you would be about a new suit in the heavy rain but I remembered that I had packed the raincover that was included when I bought the saddle. This protected it until I got home. Anyway, to stop rambling and cut to useful comment, this saddle is truly wonderful. I have now ridden it for several weeks and am very happy that bought it. Thank you Brooks.
Took advantage of a recent offer to buy a Swift titanium at a great price, having tried four saddles already on the road bike I've had since February. A great offer at the perfect time for me.
I took the plunge and a few days ago I somewhat nervously took to my first 20 mile ride with it installed - a very expensive mistake if it doesn't work out. A lot riding on it, you might say!
I understand it could take a while to break-in, so I stuck to 20 miles and expected the worst.
I needn't have worried. This thing is a dream, right out of the box. It was a strange feeling actually, it felt hard and slippery, but at the same time I didn't get any of the pressure soreness that I had with other saddles.
Yesterday I went out again and managed 30, again with no soreness, hardly feeling the saddle at all.
A couple of weeks ago I went out to try for 50 miles but staggered home after 40 as i just couldn't manage another 10 on my old saddle. This weekend I'm going for it again on my Brooks Swift, full of confidence.
Thank you Brooks, you've transformed my life in the saddle. I love it, and will recommend BROOKS to very cyclist I meet along the way.
I put a Swift on a new cross/touring bike 10 months ago. Mostly road use some limited off-road. I am mostly a 20-40 miler on this bike. I have multiple bikes so I probably only have about 500 miles on this one. It has been a pain breaking it in. But this past weekend I did 80 miles Saturday and 40 miles Sunday. These were the first days of no butt pain. I bought the saddle because I always wanted a Brooks, the history, the craftsmanship, the great looks, etc. Its taken longer to break in than I expected and I am not all the way there yet. But I do love it and expect it will be on my bike forever. I think rare is the person who loves the feel of the Brooks right off. Most people have to offer up some dedication - but the payback is worth it.
I have owned several Team Pro Saddles since 1982 and have been using a Swift Titanium on my fixie for a couple of years now and think they are the best saddles ever made if you take the time and effort to set them up correctly and break them in. They do require a bit of care because you can't throw the bike around against the ground or walls without scratching them, but take the time to take care of them and break them in and you will have a classic comfortable seat forever. I recently damaged my Swift and am anxious to see if Brooks can repair it.
I love this saddle! It never needed "breaking in" and was extremely comfortable from the very first ride. That was four years and over 10,000 miles ago The saddle recently met with a small accident and Brooks were extremely quick to send me some parts to repair it - Thank you!
I have two other brooks models with which I am equally pleased. Great products and excellent service.
I bought my Swift Titanium saddle early in 2000 to put on my 1999 DeKerf Team SL. Shortly after I decided to ride with it from Edmonton to Vancouver (apx.12 days/1500km/900mi). I was skeptical about how my posterior would feel after a journey on such a sporty saddle. The first couple days or so of riding was tough. But to my surprise, after a week of riding on it, it had loosened up nicely. I can't say that it is a soft saddle but I can definitely say that after 11 years and uncountable miles of riding on it, I wouldn't have any other saddle on my rig. It is not the lightest saddle available, but if you are looking for an absolutely gorgeous seat that will last a long long time, this is your baby.
It is a fantastic saddle. Mine is now ten years old and you can't see that it has been worn except for the two scratches it has received when I have fallen with my bike. I protect it using a plastic bag when I'm not in the saddle.
The first years I had it on a hybrid and commuting to work daily (30-60 min one way) during spring, summer and autumn. A few years ago when we moved from Sweden to Norway, the steep climbs made me buy an MTB when I retired the hybrid. Of course I had to put the Swift on the new bike and it works excellent. For the moment I am training to a 300 km bicycle race in Sweden (Vätternrundan) and have borrowed a road bike from a friend. The bike came with a Selle Italia saddle and with it came the butt ace. Today, before my 100 km practice, I switched to my Swift and now the butt ace is no more.
I have ridden Vätternrundan several times on my Swift, and I have never been able to understand why the other competitors have complained about soar butts. When trying something else I realize why that can happen.
Thank you for making such great saddles.
I have a 35 year old B-17 on my 35 year old Schwinn Chrome Voyageur. I can't tell what color it used to be. When I purchased a little more high-tech Specialized road bike last year I thought the plastic saddle was OK but not great. I put a Swift model saddle with titanium rails on a few months ago and love the feel already. The Swift now has covered about 600 miles and will be going to RAGBRAI (450 miles, 10,000 riders) this summer in Iowa. My attitude is: "If it's worth riding, it's worth putting a Brooks on it."
I am now a self appointed Brooks ambassador! I have two Swift Titaniums, one Professional Titanium and a B17 special on my indoor training bike. I started out life with a couple of Selle Italia Flights, but after a number of uncomfortable experiences, started looking around for an alternative. I opted for the Swift for my winter road bike and was a bit unsure at first. After about a month it had broken me in and I was converted. I even popped the Italia back on the road bike recently to test my theory and sure enough, bum ache after 50 minutes. Although I swore I wouldn't put a Brooks on my brand new carbon bike, guess what, I have! I think that model is just gorgeous and does not look out of place on a modern machine. So, a Brooks on every one of my bikes now and one happy man!
More of a general comment on the service received concerning a new saddle that turned out to be defective - the problem was resolved extremely well by Brooks who definitely went "above and beyond" duty's call. Gold Standard!
The replacement saddle has had its maiden run and is perfect.
Another satisfied customer here. In 2009 I made a 5 day trip in the Alps (col de la Bonette, col de la Cayolle, etc.) on a very well-known Italian saddle with a good reputation for comfort. I won't go into the details, but my bottom would have made a nice illustration in a medical journal at the end of the trip. So, in a desperate move, I bought a Swift. I have to admit I was sceptical. The thing was incredibly hard, more like a piece of wood than a saddle.
To cut a long story short: in 2010 I made another trip in the Alps, 10 days this time, with most of the cols of the Tour de France. It was incredibly hot and I sweated like crazy - the whole trip was an open invitation for saddle sores. But when we arrived in Menton, my bottom was in perfect condition.
Just a word of caution: perhaps the Swift is not the best saddle for lighter riders. It is really hard in the beginning, it took me several layers of Proofide and 1000 km to break it in.
This is THE ultimate saddle, for me. I recently acquired a Fisher Cronus with a Selle Italia Flite. The main point here, after swapping the saddles, is how much damping benefit is realized by my doing so. That high-pitched carbon fibre road buzz diminishes to almost nothing, both sonically and tactually. It's amazing. Of course, curing the Brooks with a thorough saddle-soaping and Original Mink Oil from Portland, OR USA gives it an extra suppleness that, for me, is absolutely indispensable.
I'm approaching 25,000 miles on my Swift Titanium, this in almost 6 years of use. It looks like it'll be good for another 25,000. It has been through multiple multi-day tours; I have it on my road bike. It looks almost good as new, except you can see where I sit! Never a moment's discomfort. Put a little Proofide on it a couple of times a year, and you're good to go. I just got back from a multi-day tour where we had some rain and I forgot a saddle cover. The saddle seemed to come through just fine. Not recommended, but good to know you can get through some rain without worrying about damage.
I've been riding on a Brooks saddle since I appropriated my dad's (an expat-Englishman) bike as a teenager over thirty years ago. Our aluminium touring tandem has always been equipped with a Brooks B17 up front and my 26 year old Miyata touring single now sports a brand new Team Pro copper saddle. Both are great saddles and I've found both comfortable right from the start, even the much stiffer Team Pro on my now much older posterior. A firm saddle is the best present you can give to your sit bones.
CLAIM > very comfy one I had 2 of them, I cracked the railings of the first one for 18 months, you send me another brooks swift titanium which railings last 8 months. I was thinking this happen because of my weight which is about 100 kg but I have spoke whit couple of friends riding Brooks Titanium / Chrome both of them around 75 kg having same cracks on the railings ,it is truth that the saddles are comfortable but I don't think that the quality of the railings does match the asking price, I just got another one I hope will last longer, but just in case I register it in Brooks Forever, regards I can send you pictures if i found out how ...
REPLY > Did you check if your seat post has a problem? Sometimes rails break because of the seat post, especially if it is a cheap one... Anyway you have a 2 year guarantee on the metal parts.
I bike pretty much everywhere I go – I can’t even remember the last time I had to use the Tube. I like Brooks stuff because it always works and it always looks great. The bike I’m riding in these photos is my 1952 Holdsworth Zephyr (an old English track bike), and of course I bought a Brooks saddle for it.
When the Barbican bags came out, I thought, “I gotta get one of those!” I like that it’s a modern design that’s also really in tune with the Brooks heritage. It looks cool without being too fussy or technical. And like a saddle, the leather bits take a while to wear in and get comfortable.
It doesn’t quite have enough functionality to be my everyday bag – for that, I use a proper courier bag – but I keep my Barbican bag as my second ‘dressy’ bag. I use it when I need to go somewhere and don’t want to look like such a scrub when I arrive. It comes to a lot of client meetings with me, and because it’s so well-padded, it has also become my default laptop bag. I love it.
It's not about the weight. I rode on a Brooks saddle when I was 14. I'm 46 now and own three, including this model. Yes they take breaking in. Yes they aren't as light as other cheap saddles, but you'll be happy with this saddle in 15 years time (and probably longer!). Learn how to sit on one, position the nose, where to sit on it and you'll be telling others about Brooks saddles after you have broken yours in.
Greetings from Spirit Lake, Iowa!
My wife and I just returned home from the inaugural Tour de Kota. We had a great week, completing 400 plus miles over roads overlooking the Missouri River (part of the route Lewis and Clark explored in their pilgrimage over 200 years ago). We were able to complete the ride in total comfort and style with the Brooks saddles I purchased in preparation for the ride! Swift and Finesse made the entire experience pure cycling pleasure!
Your fine, leather saddles are of the highest quality and have us totally hooked on Brooks! We also have Brooks saddles on our Serottas. My Ottrott has the Swallow and tool bag. My wife's CRL has another Finesse and saddle purse!
We just love the comfort, form and function of our Brooks saddles and bags!
Thanks for a great trip and the promise of many years of quality, bike touring to come!
James and Kari
This weekend 16 July I cycled for the first time at the age of 62 Vaettern Round, a 300 km classic annual event around the second largest lake in Sweden. I spent nearly 12 hrs of continuous cycling on a Brooks Swift saddle that I bought earlier this year. I felt absolutely no backside soreness indeed I can honestly say that I enjoyed every minute of the ride. I have also strongly recommended to several other rump suffering participants that they buy a Brooks saddle before next year and with 15000 starters I am sure there are some profitable marketing opportunities for you Company.
Thank you for the good butt feelings!
Just had my first ride on my new saddle and man comfortable from the get go , find it hard to believe it willl get even better once broken in. Only complaint it's a bit slippery right now and hope that will sort it's self out ? Cheers Rob.
Q > I just sent in my Swallow for a warranty repair. I'm now riding my Swift and just ordered another Swift for another bike. Just curious why the Swallow is so much more expensive than the Swift when the Swift has hand rivets rather than rivets by a machine? Its seems the Swift is more "hand made", no?
A > The Swallow is more expensive to make because the leather top has to be trimmed and cut with great care in order to bind them with the tensioning plate on the underside.
I have been riding my Swift for about 3 months now. It replaced the Team Pro I had been riding for a couple years. I came across something that told me that the Swift might be more comfortable for me because I have a significant saddle-to-bar drop on my bike. I never actually experienced painful discomfort on the Team Pro, but I did experience numbness of the nether-regions after about 40 miles. After mounting this, I was surprised that there actually was a break-in period with this saddle. My Team Pro was immediately comfortable, where the Swift was painful for the first couple days. No big deal though. Once I got the saddle perfectly dialed in (not too much weight on the hands, not too much nose-up tilt on the saddle) I can ride this thing just about forever without the numbness I had experienced with the Team Pro. Not that there is anything wrong with the Team Pro, i just think I need a bike with less aggressive geometry and s-t-b drop to get the most out of it.
I received my new Brooks Professional saddle recently. Back in my youth (mid 60s), my first "good" bike came with a leather saddle. Comfortable, rode in cutoff jean shorts with no problems. About 12 years ago I returned to cycling. And, with most, was caught up with bicycle weight, so no leather saddle. Instead, I went through a succession of high tech, low weight, etc. saddles. Recently, my 4 yr old reputable Italian manufactured saddle was increasingly uncomfortable. I e-mailed the maker, and the reply said that, essentially, their saddles are good for about 10,000 km, and then the foam breaks down. So I ordered a Brooks. Comfortable right out of the box (first ride with it was 42 miles), and getting better each consecutive ride. And, it will probably last forever. Now, after my experience, one of my riding partners is gearing up to order himself a B17 (he's a bit larger and wider than me, 6'-2", 200 lbs vs my 5'-8", 150 lbs). And yes, while my Brooks weighs 500 grams vs 200 grams, with the additional comfort, I can ride longer and am sure I will drop more than that weight from myself in no time. I should probably be in the 135 - 140 lb range. So, keep up the good work, I'll keep promoting your saddles. You may want to talk with the boys in the pro peloton. With the drop in bicycle weights, where they actually are adding weight to their bicycles to meet the UCI minimums, some smart professionals may want a more comfortable, i.e. Brooks, saddle. After all, your products were good enough for Eddy Merckx, and he wasn't a bad cyclist!
I've ridden Brooks saddles since the early 1970s and I love them. As a 15 stone (95Kg) powerlifter who cycles for fitness I need some width to support my large rear end and I've got three Brooks among a collection of about twelve saddles ... the pricey but worthy Honey coloured Swift, a B17 narrow and a B17 standard, which my wife has hijacked. The Swift Titanium is also really light in relative terms. The classic styling of Brooks saddles just looks so good and draws many comments. Although some of the others are comparatively heavy that extra few hundred grams is a sacrifice worth making for the sake of the great comfort and durability you get from a genuine Brooks hide saddle especially on the longer rides. I continuously recommend Brooks saddles. It's just such a shame that the titanium metalwork is so expensive otherwise I would replace my two other others for the titanium special models withe the big rivets..
I had a tried with a Swift titanium for 2000 miles and still not that comfortable. The B17 Standard was extremely comfortable straight from first contact, now all of my bikes have B17's (one has the titanium version).
COMMENT > Received my #39 Green Swallow BFF Ltd Edition. Love it. However after a long ride, the seat seems sunken in especially on the rear right side. That normal? I've only proofide it once. Otherwise it's the most comfortable seat ever. Thanks
REPLY > The Swallow is the most elastic of our saddles, so if you tend to be asymmetrical in your ride, the saddle will shape asymmetically.To a certain degree it is normal. If it shapes too much, you should probably go for a stiffer saddle, like the Team Pro or B17 Narrow. The Swift is somewhere inbetween.
I have only Brooks saddles on my cycles, a Swift on my racer, a Pro on my tourer and a B17 on my trekker, I won`t ride anything else. Since changing to these saddles 5 years ago I no longer have back ache and I don`t creep on the saddle in hard efforts anymore, I guess that`s all due to the saddle adjusting itself to my hip contours. I recommend these highly for every type of rider. I love sitting on my cycle now and I've never pedalled better.
The B17 Standard is a benchmark for comfortable saddles. I ride the B17 on my road bike. Some laugh at my combination of carbon and leather but after 70 miles in the saddle my butt feels great. For most road riding I would recommend the Team Pro, Swift, or Swallow. While I love my B17, it is a bit wider than I would prefer. I can't wait to get a Swift! For touring or if you are on a budget they B17 really is fine on the road. I use the B17 on my mountain bike as well and it is by far the best mountain saddle I have ever used. It is such a gorgeous and versatile saddle. The best investment you can make on your bike (maybe after a nice set of hoops).
I purchased a Swift Titanium over the winter with the intent of breaking it in on my trainer. It took a while to get used to it...maybe 30 minutes. It has since become the most comfortable saddle I have ever sat upon. I am planning on replacing my other saddles with the Swift.
i have riden on a lot of saddles in the last 25 years from many manufacturers who all promise comfort and durability, there is only one who can truly live up to that promise, and thats Brooks ,
I FINALLY had the chance to install and ride the Imperial (standard) for my weekly ride and the impression is very, very good.
My test ride consisted of a some varied terrain (hills and sketchy roads) because I wanted to see how the saddle and I would react together on seated climbs and uneven pavement. With total mileage being just over 60 (5 mile warmup and cooldown), the true test came really occurred during the central 50 miles.
Total miles on the saddle has been only this initial ride but the impression left is very good. I've ridden several different Brooks models including the B-17 (standard/standard ti and narrow), Swift, and Champion. Beautiful saddles all but none really worked. The perineum cutout in the Imperial has made a big difference to me. While I achieved a certain level of comfort on the other saddles after break in, the Imperial gave me an immediate level of comfort. Break in will still be very important with this saddle but there will be much more comfort in the nethers than I would have felt before.
I would rate this saddle with an '8' (I'd rate most with an initial '6') bordering on '9'. This could be the saddle to end all saddles for me. If Brooks ever offers it in a Ti version, sign me up...
Break in period has been very short. The cutout is really doing a fine job and numbness has not been a problem at all. The only suggestion I'd give for ALL Brooks saddles is to waterproof all the letter and to offer titanium rails only to save weight.
The leather breaks in quickly but sag is not apparent. I haven't had to tighten the laces at all yet.
I believe the Imperial is a great step forward for Brooks. The only downside I can see is the overall weight but the comfort positive offsets the weight negative.
Like another poster I have put a swift on my race (tri) bike, which seemed a bit odd at first but its so comfortable compared to the very slightly lighter synthetic one I used to have it is well worth it. I did break the tensioning shackle after a only a few hundred miles (not being particularly heavy) but Brooks replaced it free. It's expensive but like a good pair of shoes at a similar price, it is reasonable value.
Short and sweet, I never think about my saddle when I'm ridding, it's that comfortable. I have a B-17 on my Peugeot, a Flyer on my 3 speed Club bike and a Swift on my Raleigh Clubman. Excellent workmanship and design!
Q > Hi, what is the rail diameter on the Swift? I've just bought a Thomson seatpost for my new build and the manual says for 7mm saddle rails only. Thanks, Sean.
A > All rails on all saddles are 7mm, with very few exceptions like some Fizik models. All BROOKS Saddles are oldschool, so we stick to the 7mm standard.
Comment: I purchased a swift titanium for my 2005 Lemond Tourmalet in 2008 after 3 years of uncomfortable riding on the stock saddle. I loved the look of the leather saddle immediately after installation. It did take nearly 1500 miles to break it in, but now is well worth it. I have added Brooks bar tape to compliment my Brooks leather saddle. Your products are truly timeless in design and function. Thanks for making a great product that has stood the test of time.
Response: 1500 miles??? Surely you jest, but happy all the same to see you enjoy your saddle!
Q > Hi! Could we now in this Ipod age have White saddles in a range of models (and not just for the very exclusive few!), please.
A > White BROOKS Saddles are much more difficult to make. It takes us more than triple the time than any other colour and lots of leather is wasted in the process. These are the reasons why we can't offer them in the standard range.
Q > I want to buy a Brooks saddle for my Brompton M2L. I know the B 17 could be the best choice but i'd like to have something a little bit more sportive; can you suggest me wich is the best solution among Swallow, Team Pro and the Swift?
A > Brooks range of racing saddles includes a variety of models for gents and ladies: -the B15 Swallow: our most elastic saddle -the Swift: a slightly stiffer saddle, featuring partially cut-away flaps -the Team Professional and the B17 Narrow, our stiffest saddles -the Team Pro S and its titanium version, the Finesse, for ladies
Come on and make some celeste saddles so we can add some english charm to our italian steeds.
A> Honey matches celeste perfectly, why bother?
I've owned the Swift Titanium for several years and when I bought my new bike a few months ago, I bought another Swift. I keep experimenting with saddles and have tried saddles from Specialized Body Geometry, Selle Italia, Terry and Fizik. I find the Brooks Swift is the most comfortable of them all. Time to sell those other on Ebay,,,again. For my next road bike I'm just going straight to Brooks Swift or B17.
Comment >>> The saddle was as hard as new even after a can of provide and 500 miles. I had it cut out ($50) by selleanatomica.com and it rides like a Sweet Dream. Drew
BROOKS Reply >>> Next time you should buy a Brooks Imperial, like the B17 Narrow. We do not recommnend to have saddles like the Swift or Swallow cut, because the short flaps do not guarantee enough structure and reduce the durability of the product.
Q > Will there be an Imperial version of the Swift coming out?
A > Probably not, because for the cutting of the IMPERIAL line we need saddles with deep flaps, like the B17 Narrow!
Q > I'm looking for a more comfortable saddle, I currently have a Scott saddle that has a groove in the middle much like a Specialized B.G saddle however on longer rides I find the saddle causes pain round the sit bone area. I know that a Brooks saddle would resolve the latter problem but my concern is that I would have the problems I use to before discovering B.G (inspired) saddles. Namely excruciating pain round the perineum region. I was wandering if this was a problem which a Brooks saddle would also address.
A > For people with problems in the perineal area we recommend a wider saddle, such us the B17 in one of its versions.
Dennis Smith - I have two of your great saddles, myself being a Bianchi man. Did you ever consider making on in "CELESTE"?BROOKS - "Celeste" is the Bianchi colour, not very British! How about a Union Jack blue?
Q > i ride it since 3 years, about 1500 km and now the nose of the tension shackle is broken. What can i do? Throw away or repair?
A > The tension pin can be changed, like most metal parts. Just ask using the claim form in the GETTING IN TOUCH section!
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The rear of the Swift and Swallow are considerably narrower than that of the B17.
I have several bicycles, equipped with Brooks B17s and Champion Flyers which I am entirely pleased with, but a friend who was selling a very nice pre-softened Swift with titanium rails at a flea market warned me to check its width because it was too narrow for him. I set it down on the edge of a table, nose out, and sat on it, and indeed, it was too narrow.
The Swift and Swallow are suitable for cyclists with unusually narrow spacing between the sit bones, whether racers or recreational cyclists.
A > While you are correct that the Swift and Swallow are significantly narrower than the B17, we disagree that one must possess unusually narrow sitting bones. Of course, those with unusually wide sitting bones may find this saddle too narrow. Please install the saddle and ride it before making your decision. Best Regards, Brooks
I bought a swift ti by the internet. I've ridden it about 2,500 km and have to decline it. Why? I'm 192cm and my sciatic bones appeared to be too wide for this saddle. That means my bones lie just on curved edges of the saddle's frame so that I cannot get any advantage of leather, moreover I sit on very stiff and hard titan frame. I've spent a lot of money and broken period torment to find out this saddle is too narrow for me. My height is not too extra to foresee this issue until buying the saddle. In general it is not a problem when size may be inappropriate. The problem is that I could not find any size fit info in the internet and especially in brooks's site that would notify me as a potential customer about this issue!
A >We are sorry to hear of your negative experience, but the saddle dimensions are clearly listed on this very same page of the website for years. You should have purchased the B17 Titanium, we're afraid.
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