Liv’s engineering team used the 3F design philosophy, which creates bikes based on female global body dimension studies and body composition data to best harness a woman’s power output when they designed this women’s specific triathlon bike.
“We wanted to create a performance triathlon bike that is actually comfortable,” said Abby Santurbane, Liv’s global category manager. “Comfort is a word we don’t often hear in the tri world, but it was the number one feedback we got from all levels of female triathletes—they just didn’t enjoy riding their tri bikes. Avow Advanced is extremely adjustable and provides the absolute perfect fit for the female triathlete, keeping her fresh for the run without giving up an aerodynamic and performance edge.”
The Avow Advanced Pro models feature a handcrafted, Advanced-grade composite frame tuned specifically for the female rider, plus an aerodynamic wheelset, AeroDrive fork for precise steering and handling, and the all-new AeroVault System. The integrated AeroVault System includes an aerodynamic bento box and stem-mounted, hands-free hydration system to keep riding essentials within reach.
Triathlon fans have already had glimpses of the Avow Advanced Pro 0 ridden by Liv professional triathlete Radka Vodickova from the Czech Republic. Vodickova has scored several podium placings on the Avow Advanced Pro 0, including a second-place finish at the Olympic distance Beijing International Triathlon on September 20.
As a member of the Liv Tri Tribe, Vodickova offers pro training tips and advice on the Liv Try a Tri online campaign. The Avow Advanced Pro 0, Avow Advanced Pro 1 and the Avow Advanced models will now be featured as the high-end bike product in the Liv triathlon bike line that also features Envie Advanced Tri, Avail series and Thrive CoMax.