Agile bike for short and middle distances

In German Triathlon Magazine’s Test, the STEVENS Arcalis could “fully convince.”

Anyone looking for a versatile, aero-optimized bike for short and medium distance triathlons should thoroughly test the new STEVENS Arcalis, recommends Triathlon Magazine.

Team Fixedpott wins at Bangkok

The riders of fixed gear bikes from the Ruhr Area were invited to the Bangkok Fixedgear Criteriumin December / Stefan Reimer wins sprinting on his STEVENS Pista

After the ”Red Hook Crit Milano” Team Fixedpott thought the season was already finished - until the invitation for the ”Bangkok- Criterium” landed in their e-mail inbox.

Fair and Functional Package with well-balanced Handling

STEVENS Izoard scores bestmarks from Tour magazine who tested eight entry-level carbon roadbikes.

Together with other candidates STEVENS Izoard was awarded the top mark of 2.4 (1 = best, 6 = worst) and scored as a ”fair package with a well-balanced frame”.

Superior Performance in All Conditions

The STEVENS Ventoux Disc is the lightest bike in Roadbike Magazine’s test of 15 disc touring bikes and shows an overall ”superior” performance.

The STEVENS Ventoux Disc not only is the lightest bike in a test of 15, it also ”performs convincingly on the road – right from the start and under all conditions”, says Roadbike in their latest 3/2015 issue.

Across Lake Baikal

Wolfgang Kulow and Stefan Schlett cross Lake Baikal on STEVENS bikes

”All in all it’s going to be well over 1,000 km”, says Kulow. They will circumnavigate certain areas of the shore line and spaciously circumnavigate warmer undercurrents under the ice.