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Raise Your Champagne Glass.
Bringing to mind epic climbs, blazing sprint finishes, and celebratory laps with champagne on the Champs Elysees, the Aliante Gamma K:ium Tour de France Edition Saddle is Fizik's tip of the hat to one of cycling's most storied races. In celebration of the 101st edition of The Tour, Fizik's popular Aliante Gamma saddle gets a silver and black makeover and is packaged with a special edition Fizik saddle level and black Superlight bar tape.
Since its release, the Fizik Aliante has been a strong addition to Fizik's innovative line of saddles. The Aliante is a proven standard for many cyclists looking for a perfect blend of comfort and weight savings. Built on K:ium rails with a nylon carbon reinforced shell and waved shape, the Aliante Gamma is forgiving enough for long endurance rides, stiff enough to handle the local criteriums, and durable enough to last for years. The Gamma carries a smidgeon more weight than its R1, R3, and R5 siblings in Fizik's Aliante family, but offsets that small difference with a significantly lower pricepoint.
The bull logo on the Aliante Gamma K:ium Tour De France Edition Saddle references Fizik's Spine Concept guidelines, a new approach to finding the right saddle choice to accommodate differences in spine flexibility among cyclists. With its wider stance and waved shape, the Aliante Gamma is in the bull category and is the top recommendation among the Fizik saddle range for cyclists with a relatively rigid spine.
- Item #FIZ003N
- Q & A
Comfortable, no frills saddle
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
It's not a high end piece. It's not super light. But when building my bike, it met my needs without blowing my feeble budget. It's a fine starter saddle that'll give me space to upgrade if and when I want to blow $300 on carbon.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
1st saddle upgrade and I can't complain, only reason I am not rating 5 stars is due to the lack of comparison, is it better than my GIANT stock saddle, YES! but I have nothing else to compare it to.