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Weight 13.1kg
Sizes  17", 19", 21"
Frame Aluminium SL 7005 TB
Color(s) Arctic White


recomm. retail price
3 599.00 Fr.

Top technology means fun.

This Urban Racer's stiff hydroforming frame and the aluminium fork made out of one piece are much more than optical statements - they are the basis for maximum innovative drive consisting of a central 9-speed drivetrain and a low-maintenance drive belt. For voluminous and fast 29 inch slick tires - and for what the engineers at STEVENS prefer to offer themselves as well: maximum joy of riding.

  • Classy urban bike with innovative hydroforming aluminum frame
  • Frame-integrated Pinion 9-speed gears
  • Lightweight and stable one-piece fork construction
  • Low-maintenance and noiseless Gates belt drive
  • Extra wide, smooth running Schwalbe slick tires


Pinion P1.9 CR Gear Box

Where you normally only find the bottom bracket you now have a complete control center providing the rider with nine perfectly evenly stepped gears and an enormous bandwidth for any kind of ride situation. This little power house - made in Germany - guarantees optimum weight distribution and perfect handling.

Integrated Pannier Rack Mount dropout

In collaboration with pannier rack specialists Tubus and Racktime STEVENS' engineers have developed a dropout that also serves as an elegant pannier rack mount. It not only looks fantastic, it also ensures that forces caused by luggage or large amounts of groceries are evenly transmitted inot the frame - resulting in a more stable and safer design.

Belt Drive

A belt drive, as the name suggests, uses a drive belt instead of a chain to transfer power from the cranks to the rear wheel. Since the belt cannot be split like a chain the special STEVENS frame utilizes a splittable seat stay, but the advantages are convincing: lower weight, silent operation, almost endless longevity without any maintenance.


Using water or oil pressure aluminium tubes are transformed from their original round shape into their ideal shape determined by STEVENS engineers to perfectly withstand any load without any weight penalty. Riders of allround bikes and pedelecs will benefit from a better stability caused by hydroforming even when they are touring with heavy luggage.

SPF Superlite Rigid Fork

SPF stands for "Super Plastic Forming" which allows the manufacturing of large and complex parts like bike forks in one single piece. This way there's only a few welds between the fork shaft and legs. This makes the fork very light and laterally stiff. Yet it's equipped with everything that makes a versatile rigid fork: Lowrider rack eyelets, QR-15 axle mount and tapered shaft for high lateral stiffness.

Tapered Steerer / Tapered Headtube

Fork shaft (or steerer tube) and head tube are tapered, meaning their diameter increases from top to bottom resulting in a conical shape. The diameter needs to be bigger at the bottom since this is where higher stress is applied - especially when the bike has a higher total weight due to luggage or an e-drive and battery. Also tapered steerers feature a smoother force transfer (like forces caused by hard braking) to the downtube than forks with a continuous 1 1/8" diameter.

Triple Butted, Double Butted

Meaning a frame tube has three or two different wall thicknesses along its length. Triple butted (TB) is the usual technology with STEVENS high-quality frames.
Tubes with different wall thicknesses are optimally adjusted to certain ways of manufacturing or to withstand specific loads. Where the highest loads occur or where tubes are welded, walls are the thickest. Butted tubes allow frame weight to be lower by several hundred grams.

Adjustable Dropouts

High quality STEVENS frames equipped with a gear hub or Pinion 18-gear box come with adjustable dropouts. These make correct tensioning of the chain or drive belt very easy. Adjustment via headless set screw and Allen key allows very precise alignement. Two fastening bolts on each side provide tight grip. On bikes with derailleur shifting the chain is tensioned by the derailleur.

QR15-Steckachse vorn

Die „15“ steht für den Achsdurchmesser, das „QR“ für „Quick Release“, also Schnellspanner – und zusammen für die funktionellste Methode, das Vorderrad in der (Feder-)Gabel zu verankern. Die Vorteile sind bestechend: hohe Steifigkeit, präzise Bremsscheiben-Positionierung und kinderleichte Bedienung. Also stattet STEVENS fast alle Mountainbikes und sogar die hochwertigsten Trekking-, Crossbikes und Pedelecs damit aus. Vor allem bei den 29“-MTBs wird sogar noch die Einbaubreite erhöht – von 100 auf 110 mm, das ist noch steifer.

Smooth Welded

Additional step in welding. The first, rippled weld, typical for aluminium, is covered with a second smoother weld. This not only improves looks but also lowers the risk of notches in this spot, which makes the frames more durable.

Hydraulic Disc Brakes – Trekking

There is no more reliable brake system than hydraulic disc brakes - that is why we strongly advice everyone, who is riding their cross, trekking- or city bike 12 months a year to choose one of our models with the „DISC“ suffix. Brake power is easy to modulate and does not fade a bit in the wet. Also the brakes are almost maintenance-free. And your local STEVENS dealer will gladly explain to you what you need to take care of when removing and re-installing a wheel


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Aluminium SL 7005 TB
  • Axle: QR10x135
  • Brake: postmount disc 7"
  • BB: Pinion
  • Cable routing: external
  • Chain tensioner
  • Bolted seatstay (drive side)
Front fork
  • Tapered Steerer 1 1/8" - 1 1/2"
  • Axle: QR15x100
  • Brake: postmount disc 7"
  • Fender mounts
STEVENS AH Taper 1 1/8" - 1 1/2"
  • Upper bearing cup: ZS44/28.6
  • Lower bearing cup: ZS55/40
Shimano Deore Trekking
  • BR-T615
  • Hydraulic disc brake
  • Rotor: SM-RT64
  • Rotor size: 180/180mm
  • Center-Lock
  • 3 finger


Pinion Forged
  • Teeth count: 32 (Gates CDX)
  • BB type: Pinion
Derailleur f
Pinion P1.9 CR Getriebeschaltung
  • Gear range: 364%
Gates CDX Center Track Carbon Drive Belt
  • Length: 120 T
Gates CDX Center Track sprocket
  • Teeth count: 28
Gear ratio
Zoom 2.04 - 7.43 m, 1*9


Oxygen | Oxygen Single
Oxygen SL-D A21
Schwalbe Big One Evo
  • Tire size: 60-622
  • Foldable
  • OSC compound
  • Lite-Skin


Oxygen Scorpo
  • Width: 700mm
  • Backsweep: 11°
  • Rise: 20mm
  • Clamp: 31.8mm
Oxygen Scorpo
  • Handlebar clamp: 31.8mm
  • Angle: 6°
Oxygen Havoc
Oxygen Scorpo
  • Length: 380mm
  • Diameter: 31.6mm
  • Insertion depth min. 100mm
Pinion 9-speed twist grip
Shimano Deore Trekking
  • BL-T615
  • 3 finger
Optional: Spezial-Streetkit with mudguardsn und rear carrier


17", 19", 21"
Arctic White
Laden weight
  • Bike incl. rider, clothing and luggage

Test Reports

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This cool bike oozes pure fun - the ultimate riding machine for the city.


schematische Skizze eines Fahrrades mit eingezeichneten Geometrie-Messpunkten

Frame height (") 17 19 21 Measuring mode
Seattube length A1 633 643 668 nominal
Seattube length A2 431 482 533 bottom bracket to top of seattube
Seattube length A3 366 366 367 bottom bracket to top of top tube
Top tube length B 552 576 599  
Top tube horizontal C 565 590 610 center headtube to center seatpost/seattube
Headtube angle (°) D 70.5 70.5 70.5  
Seattube angle (°) E 73.5 73.5 73.5  
Wheelbase F 1111 1137 1158  
Chainstay length G 495 495 495  
Headtube length H 115 125 150  
Bottom bracket drop I 70 70 70 distance of bottom bracket to hub level
Bottom bracket height K 304 304 304 distance to ground
Fork rake L 43 43 43  
Slope M 252 260 284 top tube level distance front to rear
Wheel radius N 374 374 374 incl. tires
Standover height O 742 745 754 top of top tube to ground*
Fork build height P 470 470 470 incl. lower headset cups
Front wheel - bottom bracket Q 625 650 672  
Reach R 385 407 420 center bottom bracket to center headtube, horizontal
Stack S 607 617 640 center bottom bracket to center headtube, vertical
Stack/Reach (1:x)   1.58 1.52 1.52 ratio stack to reach
Seatpost diameter   31.6 31.6 31.6  
Stem length   70 80 90 center-center
Stem angle (°)   6 6 6  
Handlebar diameter   31.8 31.8 31.8  
Assembled spacers   23.2 + 5 + 5 + 5 + 5  
Handlebar width   700 700 700  
Cranklength   170 175 175  
    17 19 21  

* measured 1/3 from seattube and 2/3 from headtube