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Anyone seen the geometry for 2011 or have any insight?

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The geometry is the same as the 2010 models. The only changes to the frames are cosmetic.§=geometry#inhalt

Stevens are available through Sinclair Imports in Nevada. They will have the Carbon Team and the Alloy "Super Prestige" models§=geometry#inhalt

The carbon ride is very compliant over bumpy terrain but the frontend and BB is very stiff so it feels like it's road bike fast. also stocks Stevens CX frames

Let me know if you have any other questions on the bikes. Katie and I love our Stevens carbon frames. We ride them year-round.
Thank you Mark. Do you know when Stevens will update their site or where I can see what the 2011's will look like?
I was last week in the bike shop of the Stevens owner (W. von Hacht) here in Hamburg (Germany). Jens Schwedler, who is in charge of the cyclo-cross bikes told me that the 2011 bikes will have a shorter top tube and a longer head tupe (and the bottom bracket will be slighly higher). These differences in the geometry was a consequence of sponsoring different teams, which asked for such new geometries.
This is odd since Sinclair told me the geometry is the same. Mark L-C does his homework and with Katie's sponsorship I would think he would be in on the know for any changes. I wonder what's up?
I got some pictures of the new paint a few weeks ago when Sinclair Imports came to town for the Dealer Camp. Check out page two for pics of the Stevens lineup.

I'm with Mark on this one. I ride the carbon model and it goes where you want it and handles the bumpy stuff at the same time. Fantastic frame. Stevens was very smart to keep the same geometry for all three of their bikes.
The website changes go up Sept 1. Sorry for the slow reply, the internet connection in Alaska was flowing like oil in the winter.
Thanks for the heads up and sounds like your trip was a success. Hope you both will be coming to Indy this year!


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