LDG Pursuit MK3

Livery Design Gruppe Pursuit MK3

I’ve been constantly impressed by the products and innovation borne from Livery Design Gruppe. From their machined aluminum wingnut wheel bolts to their sliding clamp-style stems, each release is a perfect combination of modern lines coupled with classic curves and details. Their framesets are solid, and their Pursuit is the most elegant model in the range.

The MK3 was developed alongside the MK2, and features such as hemispherical ends on the brake bridge, curved seat stays, Columbus tubing and a dropout design that forms a theme consistent with their portfolio. The geometry has been tweaked to be more posture-friendly than traditional pursuit frames, which will result in a frame that’s designed for traffic-beating speed and can accommodate extended riding in comfort.

Berlin’s Goldsprint shop recently built up this MK3, you can see more on their flickr, and you can browse the frame’s specifications on the LDG website.

Livery Design Gruppe Pursuit MK3
Livery Design Gruppe Pursuit MK3
Livery Design Gruppe Pursuit MK3
Livery Design Gruppe Pursuit MK3
Livery Design Gruppe Pursuit MK3
Livery Design Gruppe Pursuit MK3
Livery Design Gruppe Pursuit MK3
Livery Design Gruppe Pursuit MK3
Livery Design Gruppe Pursuit MK3
Livery Design Gruppe Pursuit MK3

  • Mingos

    beautiful machine

  • Andrew

    Looks kinda nice, but what’s it for?

  • gnarggles

    yummers.

  • jmc

    Great looking bike! 

    Side question, where can I buy that floor stand? I’ve seen them before but haven’t been able to track them down for purchase. Any ideas? 

    • hey jmc. I’ve seen those stands in my LBS, they seem to be a pretty generic stand available from most bike product distributors.

  • Albie

    Between the joke of a segmented BMX style fork on a “track pursuit” frame, the awkward curve in the downtube, the incredibly unappealing dropouts, the TIG welded 1″ tubes (which I though we grew out of after the early mountain bike boom,) the wonky “Lil Smokie” seat stay spreader and even wonkier footlong seat stays, there are next to no redeeming factors to this bike or this brand.

    Not to be a total dick hater (not that I can avoid it,) but this bike is not what I would consider beautiful.