Looks like Selle Anatomica.
"Cycling is for pleasure not penance"
It is a Selle Anatomica indeed. I have both the Anatomica and the Brooks B-17 imperial.
My B-17 is 2000 miles broken in and the Selle is more comfortable right out of the box. Both still pretty phenomenal saddles.
I've used a number of bikes as my "primary commuter", but currently it's my single speed. Set up as shown below, but I put a single Arkel GT-54 pannier on it.
It's an 80s Raleigh Record converted to single-speed and 700c wheels. I still plan to put dyno-powered lights on it.
Currently one bike: Singular Gryphon do-it all bike with Nuvinci N360
Coming soon (winter project) Ciocc Designer '84 mod build
Temporary (on loan from a buddy): 1985 Raleigh Prestige
Here's a write-up that I posted on my blog:
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This has been a labour of love that borders on obsession... I could have bought a new Dahon but then I would just have a new Dahon (no offense to new Dahon owners).
Figure that with the new wheels and some new Marathons (installed last night) I have wheels that are worth as much as many entry level bikes and if I was not able to do the wheel and frame work (there has been lots) myself, this would have been a pretty expensive project.
Been riding this lately.
My blog about rides, bikes and builds: ridesgoneby.blogspot.com
Was busy this weekend and built up this single speed "backup" bike, though I'll probably use it to fart around with the girlfriend also. It was a crappy magna frame I had laying around, went to the local co-op and spent 20 bucks and built her up, I do need to get a different seat but other than that it rides pretty good.