Push past city limits with confidence and speed. This composite adventure bike crushes paved roads, gravel, or dirt. We took our pro-level cyclocross race machine and modified it for longer adventures on rough roads, gravel and dirt. With a lightweight Advanced-grade composite frame featuring flat-mount disc brakes and 12mm thru axles front and rear, the TCX Advanced SX puts you in control on rough roads and dirt. The frame has plenty of clearance for its oversized 40c tires. The cockpit, featuring wider handlebars and a slightly shorter stem, gives you confidence and control riding through ruts and over rocks. And a wide-range 1x11 drivetrain is perfect for off-road adventure. The D-Fuse composite seatpost adds compliance, allowing you to float through washboard bumps and stay smooth all day long. - Advanced-grade composite frame with D-Fuse composite seatpost - Advanced-grade composite fork with alloy/composite OverDrive steerer and 12mm thru-axle - Giant PX-2 Disc wheelset with Maxxis Rambler tubeless tires - SRAM Rival Apex 1 1x11 speed drivetrain - SRAM Rival Apex 1 hydraulic disc brakes
Hop on Liv’s Invite 1 for a lively, comfortable ride on roads, gravel, and dirt. Its lightweight frame puts you in a relaxed position and its composite fork soaks up the buzz from rough pavement. The women’s-specific geometry offers plenty of stand-over height and a shorter top-tube for smaller riders. Shifting Shimano’s 27-speed drivetrain and dropping speed with TRP Spyre's mechanical disc brakes comes naturally, even from the tops, thanks to the dual-control levers. Giant’s 700c wheels with wide 32mm tires make the miles fly by and Liv's Connect saddle ensures you enjoy every moment.
Vast options for riding await you with Liv's Invite CoMax. This versatile cycle blends the stability, traction and upright riding position of an off-road bike with the smooth efficiency of a road bike. Its lightweight CoMax composite frame and fork damp vibrations from the road and gravel while the women's-specific fit provides comfort over long distances. Shimano's 20-speed drivetrain shifts smoothly so you can transition easily from the flats to the hills. And, when you need to slow Giant's 32mm wide tires down, SRAM's powerful BB7 mechanical disc brakes are at the ready—even from the handlebar tops. Here's your invitation to cycling, go explore!
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