Frequently Asked Questions

Product Support

Unfortunately, we do not sell components directly to consumers. However, please contact our Rider Support team who can specify availability and provide a part code, whereby, you can order the part directly through a Liv authorised store.

Our owner’s manuals can be found on our owner's manuals page. If your bike is over 5 years old, please contact us for the manual.


This can be due to many reasons outside of our control, including customs clearance delays and a recent lockdown at our main manufacturing sites, which caused production to be suspended. Please be assured that we strive to facilitate store’s stock requirements, as quickly as possible.

Due to a recent lockdown at our main manufacturing sites, production was suspended. This has caused a delay in the release of new models. Please be assured that we continue to strive to release new bikes as soon as possible.

Due to administrative issues, Liv bicycles can only be purchased directly through a Liv authorised store, for locations in Ireland.


If you wish to start a warranty claim, please contact the Liv dealer store where you purchased the product, to arrange an examination. Once this is arranged, please bring the item, along with your proof of purchase to the store, whereby, the store staff will liaise with our warranty team, in order to advise on the option/s available to you.

Please note, we are unable to diagnose any issues without physically inspecting the product itself.

For more information, please view our dedicated warranty page.

You just need to take your proof of purchase, along with your bike, to the Liv retailer where the bike was purchased.

Maintenance & Repairs

First, check your own body and take care of any injuries. If necessary, seek medical help. Then, take your bike to the Liv dealer store where the bike was purchased, for a thorough check.

Proper bike cleaning should be a big part of your bicycle maintenance routine. Washing your bike regularly will ensure all your expensive bike parts have a long and happy life. Whether you ride a road bike or a mountain bike, taking the time to wash your bike (especially your drivetrain) is a necessity. For road bikes, we suggest degreasing and 're-greasing' your drivetrain every 100 miles. For mountain bikes, you should clean your bike after every muddy ride or every couple of weeks with regular use in dry climates.

It is recommended that you should take your bike in for a service check roughly around 3 months after owning the bike. After this period, it is recommended that you take your bike in for a minor service check every 12 months. However, this does depend on how much you use the bike.