Peter’s Evergreen PRO – from Tenafly Bicycle Workshop

We received this cool video the other day from our friends at Tenafly Bicycle Workshop. How fitting that the first bike posted to our blog here in 2019 features the special edition Four-Seasons paint scheme.

This is Peter’s Evergreen PRO. Watch it being assembled by the pros at TBW!

The Kind of Email We Love to Get

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.

 Putter

Bike are, after all, for riding, and this one, built with our friends at Cascade Bicycle Studio in Seattle, came out really well.

Mo Bruno Roy – Prototype Evergreen PRO

IMG_3380MMRacing is the team of Matt and Mo Bruno Roy, Matt the record-setting randonneur, and Mo the elite cyclocross racer. We have worked with them on bikes and parts for years, a good relationship that has led us through many cool bike builds.

When Mo retired from racing last year, we were anxious to see what she would do next, how she would stay involved in cycling. It didn’t take long to find out. With much of the late summer/fall race calendar free, Mo decided to have some fun, to ride her bike less for the podium and more for simple fun.

We all knew where that was headed, our Evergreen PRO, built for adventure with wide tire clearance, rack braze-ons, and a geometry she could stay comfortable on hour-after-hour over any surface. There were a series of design meetings, one of which focused exclusively on aesthetics. We also resolved to use our new Seven thru-axle fork prototype and matching Seven thru-axle dropouts, both projects we’ve been working on for a year or more. Matt and Mo wanted to run the latest SRAM hydraulic eTap 1x system, another advanced release product not yet in the market. IMG_3105On the paint side, Mo likes black. It goes with everything, and she also wanted to bring in some of the color palette from our New England woods, where this bike would see most of its miles logged. We opted for a rich, dark green over the frame’s carbon tubing, with black on the upper Ti lugs, and bare titanium for the chain stays. Staci, our paint design manager, suggested some reflective decaling along the back of the seat tube, so we added evergreen cut outs there in thick white, high-viz vinyl.

IMG_3375Here is the finished build, and we feel comfortable saying this is close to as cutting-edge a mixed-terrain, adventure bike as you can build today, with our best Ti/carbon frame, wireless shifting coupled to hydraulic disc brakes, a 1x wide range drive train for simplicity and versatility.IMG_3378

You’ll be seeing a lot more of this bike through the Fall. Count on it.

Eric’s Evergreen PRO

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This is Eric’s Evergreen PRO, designed and built with our friends at Ride Studio Cafe in Lexington, MA. This one features our Painted Lug paint scheme in Amber Ale with gold outline decals to match the Chris King headset, a serious off-road adventure bike.

Build your Evergreen PRO here.

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Another Christmas Card from a Happy Seven Rider

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Here are a pair of Sevens, for husband and wife, built with our friends at High Gear Cyclery in New Jersey. The Evergreen PRO just left our doors a few weeks ago, and we got this photo and nice note last week:

Hello Seven,
Called this ride the Everhoney!
Rode it tonight with my wife on her Mudhoney on some gravel roads by me. Thank you for getting this to me so fast…it was an early Christmas present to myself!  🙂
Thank you,
Chris