Dec. 21, 2012: Meet the 2013 Stevens p/b The Cyclery women’s team
The Stevens Racing presented by The Cyclery women’s team is hard at work preparing for the 2013 season.
Dec. 6, 2012: Stevens teams gather for second camp
The Steven’s Racing presented by The Cyclery women’s and men’s teams gathered over the weekend for the second training camp leading into the 2013 season.
Oct. 10, 2012: Stevens Prestige cyclo-cross frame
The all-new Super Prestige now sits atop the Stevens cyclocross model range. The frame features fully internal cable routing, a tapered head tube and press-fit bottom bracket, and it retails at $2,299 for the frame, fork, headset, front cable hanger and seat post.
Sept. 27, 2012: Scorpo C50 Aero Carbon wheels
The Scorpo C50 Aero Carbon wheels are a great way to upgrade your bike without spending a ton of cash. At just under $2,000, they offer the aerodynamics, weight and stiffness of much more expensive wheelsets.
Sept. 4, 2012: Stevens Canada’s cyclo-cross bike lineup
Stevens has three cyclocross models on offer for the Canadian market in 2012: The entry-level Prestige; the Carbon Team for the budget racer; and the all-new, no-holds-barred Super Prestige.
July 18, 2012: Stevens Sonora SL 29er mountain bike
The Stevens Sonora SL 29er is the perfect choice for long races with lots of climbing, which is why The Cyclery owner Vince Caceres has chosen it for the gruelling Leadville 100.
March 9, 2012: Stevens Volt time trial bike preview
Stevens Bicycles has made a few changes to the Volt time trial bike for the 2012 model year. The Cyclery head mechanic Steve Proulx shows us what’s new.
Nov. 13, 2011: Stevens Carbon Cross 105 review
For riders who want to get into cyclocross, the Stevens Carbon Cross 105 is a great way to get kitted out with top-end machinery without blowing your budget. Using a pro-quality carbon monocoque frame as a foundation, Stevens kept the price down with a mix of value-priced components. The Carbon Cross 105 retails for $2799 at The Cyclery.
Sept. 21, 2011: Stevens Velocita review
Stevens Bicycles introduced its fixed-gear model, the Velocita, at the beginning of 2011, and will continue to sell the bike into 2012. The Velocita is a simple, elegant fixie with high-quality parts. Its unique feature is a special hub that converts from fixed gear to freewheel without tools and without even removing the rear wheel from the bike. The Velocita retails for $1,399 at the Cyclery.
July 4, 2011: Stevens Ventoux long-term review Part II
Back in January I posted a video about my new bike, the Stevens Ventoux. I promised to update you on the bike as the season went on. Here are my impressions so far.
Jan. 28, 2011: Stevens Ventoux long-term road test
For 2011, we’re going to be doing a long-term road test of the newest Stevens road frame: The Ventoux. This frame has all the features of the top-end Stevens carbon frames, but it’s designed to be a bit more comfortable. We’ll be following up on the Ventoux throughout the season.