Get your sprint on! The Enviliv Advanced Pro is designed for all-out performanceLiv Cycling
Women’s specific carbon frame
The heart of the new bike is the carbon frame which has been designed according to Liv’s 3F design philosophy. This approach uses a custom dataset factoring in the unique proportions and features of female physiology to create a fit that is better suited to female riders.
Now, the EnviLiv Advanced Aero race bikes are available with disc brakes as an option too.
Aerodynamic tube shapes cut a sleek lineLiv Cycling
The frame uses Giant’s AeroSystem tube shapes for improved aerodynamics. The design prioritises stiffness along with an aggressive geometry for a responsive and quick handling ride.
Nonetheless, the bike has clearances for 28c tyres, providing some concession to comfort for longer days out on the bike.
The models in the range will feature Giant’s own SLR 1 Aero 42F and 65R Disc wheelset. The 65/42mm mid-section carbon rims should provide a good balance between aerodynamics and acceleration.
Disc brakes provide all the stopping power you needLiv Cycling
The top of the range Advanced Pro 0 will feature a Shimano Ultegra Di2 drivetrain, while the Advanced Pro 1 will be fitted with the mechanical groupset. Both use Ultegra hydraulic disc brakes. The Advanced Pro 2 will be fitted with the new Shimano 105 groupset.
The top-end Advanced Pro 0 will also come fitted with a Giant dual-sided power meter crankset from the factory.
We also rather like the colour scheme Liv has chosen for this bike, with a paint job that doesn’t necessarily scream out that this is female specific. Instead this is simply a racing machine focussed on speed, which happens to be designed for women.
Pricing and availability
The new Liv EnviLiv Advanced Pro Disc is hereLiv Cycling
In the UK the EnviLiv Advanced Pro 0, 1 and 2 will be priced at £4,899, £3,999 and £3,499 respectively. International pricing is currently TBC.