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 the fastest women’s road cyclists demanded. With the our elite athletes, like the women of Liv Racing Xstra and Team BikeExchange-Jayco, in mind, we never stop looking for ways to make the bike even better at climbing, cornering, sprinting—and winning.


61 total wins. 9 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.

2022: Team BikeExchange-Jayco scores big wins on the Langma.

New partner Team BikeExchange-Jayco kicks off the 2022 season with wins in Australia and follow with an impressive performance at LOTTO Thüringen Ladies Tour - 5 out of 6 stages were won on the Langma.

2022: Langma wins for Liv Racing Xstra.

Rachele Barbieri scores the first couple wins of the season for Liv Racing Xstra aboard the Langma at Bloeizone Fryslân Tour and Omloop der Kempen.

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.

*Compared to the first-generation Langma Advanced SL frameset

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