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Fizik’s Aliante R1 Versus EVO Saddle is a light and flexible performance road saddle made for “Bull” riders. According to Fizik’s Spine Concept EVO saddle selection system, Bull riders have low flexibility and high pelvic rotation while pedaling, requiring a waved saddle for optimal support, power generation, and comfort. In addition to its waved profile, this saddle features a full-length pressure relief channel that alleviates pressure on soft tissue and properly distributes weight across the saddle surface. Comfort core foam padding beneath a Light Microtex cover ensures lasting comfort. 7 x 9 carbon braided rails combined with a carbon reinforced shell delivers lightness and durability while the integrated rear clip system offers mounting versatility.
Features & Specs:
Full-length pressure relief channel.
Carbon-reinforced nylon shell.
7x9mm Carbon Braided rails.
Light Microtex cover.
Rear clip system.
Comfort Core foam padding.
Dimensions: 279x140mm (regular) / 279x152mm (large).
Weight: 189g (regular) / 195g (large).
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Comfortable Saddle for Long Rides
I have tried saddles with more padding, but this saddle just works, light, well made and comfortable. Highly recommend this saddle. I have almost 1000 miles on it now and it is showing no signs of wear.
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