LIV BELIV F (2018)
How is this for a nice simple, but attractive Bike?
This Bike is a pleasure to ride. The light frame, smooth rolling tyres and simple design all combine to create a Bike that rolls along with ease, it takes very little effort and the riding position is very comfortable. Well, it is for me, so I think it will be for most ladies. It is available in extra small only now, suited to riders who are 148cm to 158cm.
The frame is beautifully finished in a pale matte blue. The tyres, grip and saddle all match. The parts that are not painted have a high polish finish. The paint is baked to a diamond-hard finish, sounds impressive, doesn’t it?
It really is an extremely durable finish and will look great for years.
The gears are simple. A Shimano 9 speed gear system with sufficient range to tackle most suburban inclines. Because there is only one shifter, it is really simple to use and able to change smoothly under load.
The disc brakes finish the bike off nicely. Simple, no fuss and they work efficiently, with little pressure required. That pretty much describes the bike generally, simple, no fuss and efficient.
|Handlebar||Swallow Type, city/urban|
|Saddle||Liv Contact Comfort (Upright)|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano Altus|
|Brakes||Tektro M280, 160mm|
|Brake Levers||Tektro MT2.1|
|Cassette||Shimano CS-HG200-9, 11T-34T|
|Bottom Bracket||Sealed Cartridge|
|Rims||Giant GX28 Wheelset|
|Hubs||Giant alloy, 32H|
|Spokes||Stainless steel, 14g|