Giant Liv Embolden 2 Deore Mountain Bike
Discover a little mischief and unknown territory with the trail ready Embolden 2 Deore Mountain Bike, the perfect bike to get you onto the trails and singletracks.
Embolden is designed with women’s-specific geometry and 130 mm front/120 mm rear suspension, on a single-pivot Flexpoint platform. This bike feels stable, fast and energetic even as the terrain gets technical, meeting the demands of trail riding. Using our 3F Design Philosophy, we developed a geometry that provides a low standover height, making dismounts and maneuvering your body around the frame effortless. The 27.5-inch wheel size ensures that bike handling is still nimble and playful, while carrying more speed in corners and through rocks, providing a stable, trustworthy feel.
KEY PERFORMANCE FACTORS
130 mm front travel and 120 mm rear travel, plus confidence-inspiring geometry, and disc brakes.
Equipped with single-pivot Flexpoint suspension design, and tuned specifically for women, Embolden is a highly capable, trail-versed dual suspension bike.
LivRight Sizing and 3F Design Philosophy guarantee a design built truly for women and the perfect fit across all frame sizes.
- Frame: ALUXX-Grade Aluminium, 120mm FlexPoint Suspension
- Fork: Giant Crest 34 RCL, 130mm, Boost, 42mm offset, custom tuned for Liv
- Shock: Suntour Raidon R [184.15/44.45], custom tuned for Liv
- Handlebar: Giant Connect Trail
- Stem: Giant Contact
- Seatpost: Giant Connect, 30.9
- Saddle: Liv Sylvia
- Pedals: platform
- Shifters: Shimano Deore
- Front Derailleur: N/A
- Rear Derailleur: Shimano Deore
- Brakes: Shimano BR-MT200, hydraulic disc
- Brake Levers: Shimano BL-MT201
- Cassette: Shimano Deore, 10×51
- Chain: Shimano
- Crankset: Praxis Cadet Boost, 30t
- Bottom Bracket: Praxis, press fit
- Rims: Giant AM 27.5, tubeless ready, sleeve-joint rim, 30mm inner width
- Hubs: Shimano, sealed bearing
- Spokes: Sapim
- Tyres: [F] Maxxis Rekon 27.5×2.6 WT, EXO, TR, tubeless [R] Maxxis Ardent Race 27.5×2.6 WT, EXO, TR, tubeless
- Extras: tubeless prepared