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The all-new Langma Disc

Athlete-tested. Race-proven.

It’s no coincidence that the Langma is the fastest women’s road bike. It’s exactly what eleven of the fastest women’s road cyclists demanded. With the Liv Racing WorldTeam in mind, we never stop looking for ways to make the bike even better at climbing, cornering, sprinting—and winning.

LANGMA RISING

47 total wins. 6 national championships. And that’s just the beginning.

2017: The Langma debuts on the world stage.

Designed for and with our pro road team, the Langma quickly becomes the climbing bike of choice from the Pyrenees to the Alps. Riding the new Langma, Team Sunweb racks up the victories, starting with Lucinda Brand’s Queen Stage 8 win at Giro Rosa.

2018: More Langma wins for Team Sunweb.

On the Langma, Ruth Winder wins Giro Rosa’s hilly stage 5, and three of her teammates win national championships—Leah Kirchmann in Canada, Liane Lippert in Germany, and Coryn Rivera in the U.S.

Langma wins for CCC-Liv.

Riding the Langma, Marianne Vos wins La Course by Le Tour de France, the Women’s World Tour Title, four stages at Giro Rosa, and many, many, many more.

2020: More Langma wins for CCC-Liv.

Back at Giro Rosa, Marianne Vos takes three stage wins and the team earns the Team Classification.

2021: Langma wins for Liv Racing WorldTeam.

Racing resumes after a year of cancellations, and Lotte Kopecky immediately accelerates to victory at Le Samyn Des Dames.

Langma Re-Engineered

Not content to rest on our laurels, we challenged ourselves to build an even better Langma, one that could empower you to ride like a pro.

Featherweight Efficiency

The heart of the Langma is an ultra-light Advanced SL-Grade Composite frameset—which we’ve rebuilt with longer, more continuous pieces of carbon fiber for a stiffer bike that’s 60 grams lighter.* So you get a responsive ride that accelerates immediately, skims over rough roads and surges up climbs. And a translucent frame coating shows off this carbon construction, making the Langma look as fast as it feels.

Advanced SL Composite illustration
Advanced SL-Grade Composite
Professional-grade raw carbon material is woven and formed in our own composite factory using our most advanced engineering and construction methods, including Continuous Fiber Technology for greater strength and less weight; Carbon Nanotube Technology resin for better impact resistance; and FusionProcess for lighter, stronger frame junctions.
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Continuous Carbon Fiber Contstruction
Longer, more continuous pieces of carbon fiber across frame tubes and junctions means greater stiffness with less weight. And the continuous application of SL-Grade Composite in the chainstays provides a stronger connection from the dropout to the bottom bracket, meaning not only less weight but also more efficient power transfer.
Frame coating with Xirallic or Colorstream
Xirallic® or Colorstream®
Frame coating with Xirallic® or Colorstream® provides a light, thin coating that reveals the carbon fiber construction. Xirallic® and Colorstream® are trademarks of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, German and/or affiliates.

Intuitive Handling

We’ve re-engineered the Langma fork for 50% more lateral stiffness,** for precise handling and responsiveness. An oversized headset and all-new Liv Contact SLR handlebar boost control without sacrificing aerodynamics. Integrated, flat-mount disc brakes deliver stopping confidence in varied conditions. The Langma even accommodates tires up to 32mm for extra grip in the corners and cobbles.

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Symmetric Aero Composite Fork
Constructed with fully continuous pieces of cut carbon and a higher percentage of Advanced SL-Grade Composite material than any other model, this new fork enhances steering control, precision, and stiffness. Plus, it now features disc-brake integration and increased clearance for tires up to 32mm.
Contact SLR Handlebars
New Liv Contact SLR Handlebar
Our all-new carbon handlebar features an aerodynamic design, ergonomic grip and optimized drop and reach that’s customized for women’s measurements.
Disc brakes
Disc Brake Integration
The frame and fork are engineered for flat-mount disc brakes, delivering powerful, consistent braking performance in all conditions.

Aero Advantage

Updated truncated ellipse tubing reduces wind drag at a wider range of yaw angles, gaining you precious seconds in flats, descents, and headwinds. Our relentless testing and refinement have also inspired the development of the new fully-carbon Variant SLR seatpost. Plus, the all-new CADEX 36 Disc WheelSystem with side-drag control lets you stash more watts for the sprint finish.

Truncated ellipse tubing illustration
Truncated Ellipse Tubing
New strategically engineered airfoil sections in the frame and fork, developed through Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and wind-tunnel testing, reduce wind drag at a wider range of yaw angles compared to traditional “teardrop”-shaped tubes.
Variant SLR Seatpost illustration
Variant SLR Seatpost
Using more continuous carbon fibers and titanium bolts, Langma’s first fully-carbon seatpost is lightweight, aero, and easily adjustable.
Cadex Wheelsystem
All-new Tubeless Cadex 36 Disc Wheelsystem
Custom-engineered Dynamic Balanced Lacing (DBL), reinforced carbon lay-up, high-tensile-strength carbon aero spokes and innovative hookless rim design combine to provide faster acceleration, ultra efficiency, stability and control.

*Compared to the first-generation Langma Advanced SL frameset

**Compared to the first-generation Langma Advanced SL fork