About Liv Langma Advanced SL 2020
The Langma Advanced SL is engineered with Liv's lightest composite frame material to take you to the next level of road riding. The ultra-light frame is an ally on the steepest climbs and the slender tubing gives an aerodynamic advantage. The downtube tapers to a thicker square shape at the PowerCore bottom bracket, which creates an extremely lightweight and fast racing machine, without compromising strength or pedal stiffness. With Liv’s 3F design philosophy and cutting edge aerodynamic innovations on a compact frame design, this nimble and strong bike provides the winning advantage on every effort, from mountainous road races to aggressive criteriums.
Key Performance Factors
Lightweight: Any build of the Langma Advanced SL frame and fork will prove itself as a precise climbing weapon thanks to its lightweight construction.
Aero features: Combining innovative tubing with the Flux stem provides the elements to slice through the wind without sacrificing weight or stiffness.
Tuned stiffness: Liv dialled in a stiff and compliant frame using body geometry, strength and muscular activity data, along with athlete feedback so the bike works with you on every climb, descent and attack.
Why We Love It
Impeccably handcrafted for the toughest climbers, aspiring racers, seasoned competitors and passionate cyclists alike, Langma Advanced SL is the secret weapon for charging the breakaway. Langma Advanced SL is programmed for both prolonged uphill efforts and quick accelerations so you can conquer the steepest climbs, power through flats, and rail technical descents. This bike is a true companion for a determined rider.
Frame Geometry (units in mm unless otherwise indicated)
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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.