Qualities: Extremely agreeable, no deadness or aggravation on long rides. Great looks. Extremely solid. Focused cost.
Shortcomings: Needs covering in rain, Brooks Saddles some care and upkeep to forestall harm to the cowhide. Can conceivably destroy by means of extending (appears to be far-fetched inside a sensible day and age).
Overwhelming, (I'm not hustling anybody but rather myself so...)
All things considered extremely content with the seat, was very agreeable ideal out of the crate. With no unique endeavors it was generally formed to my back after ~50 miles - in 90+ FL climate. By 200 miles it appeared to have fundamentally sunk into a steady place. Could see soften up taking longer in cooler climate.
Was very smooth at first expecting me to raise the nose of the seat above level to forestall sliding forward. As it softened up the surface has more grasp and I dropped the nose a bit. Still above level however very agreeable w/no deadness or aggravation.
Specified sturdiness above, being an intense single layer of cowhide you aren't going to effortlessly to rub or harm the seat genuinely without additionally significantly harming something different. Your bicycle falling over in the carport or garage wouldn't stage it by any stretch of the imagination. Dinged my better half's auto however.
On that subject, the edges are extremely hard, no cushioning by any stretch of the imagination. Not certain I'd need to utilize it on anything other than a street bicycle, YMMV.
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Put together by Norris Minick
Date Looked into: July 10, 2012
Qualities: It is agreeable for short and long rides...day after day.
Shortcomings: It isn't the lightest saddle...but I could mind less.
We purchased Streams for our couple this year 3 weeks before the 450 mile Ride the Rockies over a pack of 12,000 goes in Colorado...which implied on the pair we were on the bicycle 8-12 hours per day. We found the Rivulets as agreeable as any of the many seats we'd attempted in earlier years on the principal day we put them on...and we found the agreeable all day...day after day...on our Ride the Rockies trip. I don't have a clue about that they are the most agreeable seat around...because I haven't attempted each seat in existence...but they are sufficiently agreeable that I question I will ever sit on another saddle...unless I'm purchasing another bike...and I'll arrange up my new Rivulets when I get it. Also, Wallingford in New Orleans...as others have noted...will give you a half year to give one a shot. I purchased the B17 standard and my significant other has the equivalent womans forms. I presume they are on the whole great.
Put together by solidified a Recreational Rider
Date Investigated: February 12, 2012
Qualities: Solace, solace, and more solace. These seats break into your back, not the other path around like different seats. Greatly long life saddle if legitimately tended to by following the produces mind proposals and not some bike master's musings.
Shortcomings: Weight, little cost to pay for throughout the day comfort. Long break in period, however again once you move beyond that it's a lifetime of solace ecstasy. The other con about Rivulets is that over the most recent 4 years they have raised their costs of their lower end ti saddles by around 100% and significantly more on their lighter hustling saddles like the Quick. In any case, even with those costs they will at present outlive no less than 6 different seats, in this manner over the long haul be less expensive.
I purchased this seat (really a B17 Titanium) to go on my professional bicycle with the sole motivation behind long miles. So far the seat has been exceptionally agreeable and still looks awesome. None of Creeks saddles are light, on the off chance that you need light get an alternate seat, on the off chance that you need comfort in a seat that can without much of a stretch most recent 20 years at that point get a Rivulets. There are a few disadvantages to these seats; some gripe of long break in, mine took around 800 miles; some grumble of weight, mine's 410 gram. When you move beyond the majority of that you'll be infatuated with the seat.
Expression of counsel; just take after the makes mind proposals, Don't tail another person's recommendation and apply anything to the calfskin other then what the produce suggests On the off chance that you need the make guarantee to be substantial and On the off chance that you need the seat to keep going a long lengthy timespan.
In case you will open the seat to rain I recommend getting a seat cover, their shoddy protection at under $15. I got an Aarvark cover for about $10 and it fits better then the Streams show. I just utilize it when it's drizzling.