1. Dominating the 2016 Cross Country German Championships was the newly assembled STEVENS MTB Racing team. They took home a complete set of medals on the STEVENS Sonora SL. Leonie Daubermann won gold in the women’s junior category, while her sister Antonia took home silver at her first U23 German Championships.ChristianPfäffle(picture)deliveredastrong performance in his first year as elite by winning the bonze medal. In the World Championships he climbed from 100th place all the way up to 15th, passing more riders than anyone else!
2. STEVENS Racing Team proves our unwavering commitment to the sport of cyclocross since 2001. Just like in previous years, they dominated the Deutschland-Cup series. On the international level, athletes were successful on our STEVENS Super Prestige: 1 x World Champion U19, 1 x vice World Champion U23, 2 x European Champion (women elite and U19 juniors) as well as 6 National Championship titles and additional podium placings.
3. Austrian UCI Continental team Vorarlberg shows how to win on STEVENS Xenon. In 2016, the team stylishly took home the victory at Flêche du Sud (UCI 2.2). Patrick Schelling finished third overall at the highly contested Österreich-Rundfahrt (Tour of Austria; UCI 2. HC). In Cycling Bundesliga (national cycling league), the Maxx-Solar Women’s Cycling Team successfully flew on their Xenon bikes.
4. Two times German Triathlon Champion Ricarda Lisk secured some podium placings in half distance (and longer) triathlons, making full use of her STEVENS Super Trofeo in the bike leg. Another STEVENS rider, Verena Walter (picture), is always good for a top 10 in Ironman events.
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