Fizik Aliante R3 K:Ium Rails

Rails: K:ium (titanium alloy)
Shell: TwinFlex (fiberglass-reinforced nylon)
Cover: Microtex

Light, reasonably priced, and relaxed do not at all times are available in the similar package, but Fi’zi:k managed to bring them in combination underneath the banner of the Aliante R3 K:ium Saddle. A favourite of road and ‘cross riders for years, the R3 uses more reasonably priced materials but much of the similar technology as Fizik’s best-end R1. In case you, and now not your team, are footing the bill to your upgrades this season, believe replacing your unwell-fitting saddle with the Aliante R3. Like its pricier R1 sibling, the R3 comes built with a dual-layer TwinFlex shell, which is composed of a stiffer outer layer handling power transfer and a forgiving center that flexes quite for long-ride comfort. Regardless that the R3’s TwinFlex is produced from nylon and fiberglass, versus the carbon of the R1, so much self-subsidized cyclists will most probably in finding the modest difference in flex offset by the R3’s more accessible worth. Supporting all of it, Fizik’s proprietary K:ium rails supply a durable, impressively light platform for seasons of hard riding. The mysterious titanium alloy sheds weight over solid titanium by myself, and boasts a considerably upper strength-to-weight ratio than aluminum.
Rails: K:ium (titanium alloy)
Shell: TwinFlex (fiberglass-strengthened nylon)
Cover: Microtex
Seat Length: 275mm
Seat Width: 143mm