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SDG Aliso Ti-Alloy Rail Saddle Black
SDG-00200
SDG-00200
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  • Intended Use: XC / AM / DH
  • Rails: Ti-Alloy
  • Weight: 260g
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Overview

Named straight from Aliso Woods - a popular Southern Californian trail with steep climbs and steep descents. The Aliso is a modern spin off of the classic Grand Prix model, blending a minimalist approach of the Fly and adding technical elements of Circuit MTN, which ultimately gives the support desired with a narrower width design.

The Aliso uses a polypropylene base material, featuring an under-cut relief and incorporates a lightweight PU foam for superior comfort, topped off with a 3/4 cut for further soft tissue release.

Riders take full advantage of the nose platform, which provides a greater surface area at the nose for comfort and power that aides in pedalling larger travel bikes up seated climbs.

The Aliso is a mountain specific tool for various dirt disciplines and is available in a textured microfibre top with Kevlar protected sides and offered in two traditional railed options.


  • Mountain specific saddle designed for XC, AM and DH.
  • Narrow profile for freedom of thigh movement and getting off the back.
  • A hidden base cut-out which works with the light density foams allowing extra relief to soft tissue.
  • Relief zone cut-out with ample padding in the nose for steep ascents.
  • Sufficient padding with comfort groove for enhanced saddle comfort.
  • Flat forward snag-less design reduces pelvis rotation and adds mobility.
  • Nose platform allows greater surface area for more control and power transfer.
  • Embossed SDG cover with durable kevlar side panels.
  • Ti-alloy rails.
  • Weight: 260g.
  • Size: 270 x 134mm.
  • Optimal Rideable Area (ORA): 90-130mm (Small - Medium).
  • Disciplines: Mtn (XC, Trail, Enduro, DH).

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