Avail advanced features high-performance advanced-grade women's specific composite layup.
3F Design Philosophy
Designed using Liv's 3F Design Philosophy to best harness a women's riding style.
Advanced-Grade Composite Fork
Advanced-grade composite fork for low weight and precise steering.
OverDrive steerer for additional steering stiffness and control.
Compact Road Design
Compact Road Design creates a lighter, stiffer, smoother ride with better fit.
D-Fuse Seat Post
D-Fuse proprietary composite seat post dampens vibration for a smooth, compliant ride
PowerCore bottom bracket for unprecedented pedaling stiffness and stability
Disc Brake Equipped
Disc brakes for safe stopping power.
Internal Seat Post Clamp
Internal seat post clamp for confident clamping with aesthetic appeal.
35c tires for better traction and a smoother ride
Contact SL D-Fuse Handlebar
D-Fuse handlebar dampens vibration for a smooth, compliant ride
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3F: Fit, Form, Function
Fit, Form, and Function — Liv’s data-driven approach to building bikes for women.
Fit: Liv analyzes data on human body dimension, muscular strength and muscular activity, then considers the type of riding the rider will be doing, to build a frame that is fine-tuned through athlete feedback cycles with the goal to fit as many women as possible.
Form: The bike’s outlook takes the form with the intention to create a strong bond between the rider and the bike. The designers match the performance level of the bike with a beautiful and inspiring outlook.
Function: The componentry of the bike is carefully selected and the composite layup is uniquely crafted to give the rider an unprecedented performance edge and comfort
Liv’s High-Performance Grade raw carbon material is used to produce this frameset in our own composite factory. Using state-of-the-art materials and manufacturing techniques, Liv’s Advanced-Grade Composite frames are designed to offer light weight and stiffness with optimal compliance.
Compact Road Design
When introduced by Giant in 1990s, Compact Road revolutionized the look and feel of high-performance road bikes forever. A downward sloping toptube (from the headtube to the seattube) creates smaller front and rear triangles for a lighter, stiffer bike. It also makes it easier for riders of all sizes to have a perfect fit.
The proprietary “D” shaped composite seatpost damps vibration, resulting in a smooth, compliant ride.
Designed to provide precise front-end steering performance, this fork steerer tube technology uses oversized headset bearings (1 1/4” lower and 1 1/8” upper for road, 1 1/2” lower and 1 1/8” upper for mountain) and tapered steerer tube work in conjunction to provide optimal steering stiffness.