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Least Expensive Source For Fizik ALIANTE ?(8 posts)

Least Expensive Source For Fizik ALIANTE ?Fausto
Aug 30, 2002 4:26 AM
Least Expensive Source For Fizik ALIANTE in black ? I believe that list is $179 for the carbon rails edition.

Thanks in advance
thats a lot of money for a saddle ......Spirito
Aug 30, 2002 4:38 AM
what happens if your ass dont like it?

kinda like no sex before marriage - only for the foolish or super brave - some tell me there isnt much sex after marriage either which brings me to my labor day weekend spot of wisdom :-

How do you piss your husband/wife off whilst having sex?

Call him/her up.

ciao
re: Least Expensive Source For Fizik ALIANTE ?unobtainium
Aug 30, 2002 6:22 AM
Parker International in the UK lists it for 99.95 pounds sterling w/vat, or about $130 wo/vat plus shipping to the US.
re: Least Expensive Source For Fizik ALIANTE ?jakerider
Aug 30, 2002 9:00 AM
yes, I thought the same thing also.
Don't worry about it. DO IT! Your ass will thank you for it.
I love that saddleozone
Aug 30, 2002 10:39 AM
I have had a problem finding the right saddle for a long time. I finally tried the Aliante and I love it. It is the most comftable saddle I have ever had. Be careful though, the carbon rails are larger then the standard and some post will not accept the bigger rails. I don't know the cheapest it is hard enough just finding someone who has them in stock.
I love that saddleMauceri
Aug 30, 2002 12:56 PM
I bought the Aliante with titanium rails for $130 from my LBS. They can't get many of them.

Very comfy saddle. Recommend it highly.

The padding is suppose to be made out of trampoline material. Go figure.
X-pensive Pickle Perch...Geex
Aug 30, 2002 3:43 PM
My rides have had a Flite or a Terry Fly for many years. My LBS gave me a pretty good deal on a carbon Aliante and it's staying on my 'A' ride.

The shape and taper of the Aliante is similar to the Flite or Fly, but the dish is a little deeper. I ride back on the fat part of the saddle and set the tilt such that the back of the saddle is parallel to the pavement, so the Aliante nose sticks up a little more than the Flite/Fly.

That's still a lot of $$ for a saddle....
re: Least Expensive Source For Fizik ALIANTE ?yummy
Aug 31, 2002 3:51 AM
I think I saw your Mom riding on one...take her's.