About Liv Langma Advanced Pro 1 2018
The Langma Advanced Pro is engineered for aggressive climbing, descending and accelerations. The frame's slender tubing creates an extremely fast and lightweight racing machine, while the downtube thickens as it approaches the PowerCore bottom bracket for pedalling stiffness strength. With Liv's 3F design philosophy and cutting edge lightweight aerodynamic innovations, Langma Advanced Pro provides the winning advantage for every effort, from long hilly races to fast-paced criteriums.
Aero-inspired tubing that thickens as it nears the bottom bracket for optimised aero features and pedalling stiffness.
Giant SLR WheelSystem for leading efficiency.
SLR Tubeless tyres to improve overall performance, ride quality and durability.
A lightweight Advanced Composite frame is handcrafted in-house to provide optimally tuned stiffness and compliance for female riders.
Compact Road Design creates a lighter, stiffer, smoother ride with better fit and precise handling.
PowerCore bottom bracket for unrivalled pedalling stiffness and stability.
OverDrive 2 steerer for unprecedented steering performance, stiffness and control.
MegaDrive tube design adds steering and pedalling stiffness.
Equipped with RideSense, a chainstay integrated wireless data transmitter that sends wheel speed and cadence information directly to any ANT+ compatible computer.
Designed using Liv's 3F Design Philosophy to build bikes for women.
Key Performance Factors
A lightweight frameset with aero features that maintains pedalling stiffness.
A race geometry that offers superior handling through a women's specific composite.
A new stem design that offers an aero advantage.
With a specific composite layup and tube shaping, the frame offers engineered compliance for a supple ride quality.
Liv is the first cycling brand completely dedicated to women, launched in 2011 by parent company Giant. Each Liv product is created with a team of designers and engineers specifically to fit the female anatomy. They are known as a market leader in women’s cycling, creating many of the first women’s specific bikes across multiple bike categories.