Our friends at Wheat Ridge Cyclery in Colorado did a nice write up on the Evergreen S, and took these photos of the bike with some Rocky Mountain back drop for dramatic effect.
The Seven Evergreen has definitely won us over, it borrows from the performance and passion behind their storied 622SLX titanium lugged carbon bikes and firmly plants itself at the top of the burgeoning gravel bike segment while looking ahead towards the future.
This is Col’s Axiom SL, delivered by our good friend Steve Hogg at Pedal Pushers in Australia:
Col wrote us this nice note:
Dear Seven Artisans,
I had dreamed about a Titanium Seven for years and was able to realise that dream late in 2017. I have now had sufficient time on the bike to fully appreciate it and love it more every time I climb aboard.
Aesthetically, it is the epitome of style – a bit industrial, a bit old school and cool as hell!
Dynamically, the ride is like nothing I have ridden before! It is deceptively quick, stiff enough to be responsive, yet comfortable. It handles like it is on rails and I have so much more confidence descending as a result.
I wanted to thank you for the bike, let you know how much joy it is bringing me and assure you that I will recommend your frames to anyone looking for something far better than the “run of the mill” carbon junk!!
This is Mike’s Evergreen SL, out in the Rockies. We built him this bike as a collaboration with our good friends at Bike Doctor, Waldorf in Maryland. Bead blasted decals keep this one low-profile. We think it came out great.
Thank you Seven Cycles! My new Evergreen has been nothing short of perfect. Colorado just might be its natural habitat.
We delivered Woody’s RedSky S in February of this year, via Adam and Saj at Get-a-Grip in Chicago. We received this photo, just this morning, which suggests Woody and his Seven are getting along pretty well.
Rode my Seven for the Great Lakes Randonneurs 1000k last weekend. We were allowed 75 hours, completed it in 65. Had decent weather, just one huge storm on Day 1 to contend with. Great roads, terrific variety of terrain, and great support from the GLR volunteers. My bike handled great. Bombing hills, cornering with speed, bouncing across gravel sections—all good.
We wrote to Putter to find out how he liked his new Evergreen PRO, and here’s what we got back:
Thanks for reaching out.
Yes, the bike is great. Did my first gravel race 2 days after it was built. Was hoping to have a bit more time to train and tweak the bike but that’s life and small world problems.
Very forgiving ride but stiff to my liking for climbing. The race was 81 miles and 7300 feet so the Evergreen Pro was put to the test.
Attaching a picture/s of it fresh out of the womb and then 2 days later.
Bike are, after all, for riding, and this one, built with our friends at Cascade Bicycle Studio in Seattle, came out really well.