I would stay with my favorite saddle but recommend a Thud Buster post for
the stoker. Because stokers can't see the road, part of tandeming requires
the pilot to notify the stoker of bumps but it's impossible to do this all
the time. Those of us who have been riding a long time instinctively
unweight our rear end when crossing rough pavement, RR tracks, etc.
Stokers can't always get to do that.
On Tuesday, September 20, 2016 at 1:14:15 PM UTC-4, Tim wrote:
> I'm thinking maybe the B67? I ride a B17 on all my bikes, she rides one on
> her Sam. But I don't find the B17 nearly as comfortable when "cruising",
> such as when we ride together (separate bikes), and I tend to coast a lot.
> So, I'm thinking since the tandem is a cruiser, the B67 should be the
> ticket? Any thoughts?
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