Fizik Arione R3 Saddle with K:ium Rails
Fizik Arione R3 Saddle with K:ium RailsFizik Arione R3 Saddle with K:ium Rails
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Fizik Arione R3 Saddle with K:ium Rails -The Snake for The Flexible Spine

Fi'zi:k is a racing brand. It represents beauty, speed, passion, freedom for those who race against each other, race against the clock and for enthusiast cyclists around the world who identify with the feeling of the fire of competition.

Fiberglass Thermoplastic Composite WingFlexTM provides the best support with optimized stiffness to-weight construction.

What can you expect from the FizikArione R3 Saddle with K:ium Rails?

Spine Concept: The Snake for The Flexible Spine

Fi'zi:k’s Spine Concept, focuses on the cyclists flexibility, with the understanding that varying flexibility affects riding behaviour when in a high performance position.  The Snake Saddle is flat and narrow; designed for riders who have a high level of flexibility in their spine.  If when bending over you can reach your toes when in a standing position then the Snake is the choice for you.


  • Shell: Fiberglass Thermoplastic Composite Wing FlexTM
  • Rail: K:ium
  • Cover: White Microtex
  • Thigh Glides: Black Microtex
  • Weight: 185 g
  • Dimensions: 300x132

Fi’zi:k Spine Concept- Find the Animal in You!

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I rode an Arione saddle for many years and then switched to a Prologo model last season. I was never able to get comfortable on the Prologo and found that the pressure relief channel actually concentrated a pinching force. I switched back to the Arione and was instantly comfortable on the first ride. No break-in period required.The Fizik's diamond shape really does address the anatomical movements of a cyclist.