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.
This is Kevin’s Evergreen SL, a bike we built with the good folks at Spin City Cycles in Decatur, IL. We had built him and his wife a tandem previously.
This bike features a red, black and bare Ti Dart paint scheme and matching silver Chris King headset and Alloy Ride wheelset.
Kevin sent this, and the following note, below, just this week:
The bike is here and it is gorgeous. I went for my first ride this morning and I wanted to tell you it feels EXACTLY right. You absolutely achieved my somewhat paradoxical request for a fast efficient bike fitting wide tires with fenders, kickstand too! It’s amazing just how lively it is, I’m definitely another happy customer. Some gratuitous pictures attached.
Another nice note from another happy Seven rider. This is Jim’s Evergreen SL with Goldfish pointed panels, and thru-axle front and rear. We never get tired of this, getting notes from our riders. It keeps us connected, every day, to what is great about bike building.
Wanted to follow up with a couple pictures of my Evergreen. It is an amazing bike. Wonderful to ride and the fit is perfect. First ride together and I was in love. Looking forward to my new Evergreen relationship!
Thank you for all your help pulling this together for me.
Have a wonderful Christmas.
This is Jon’s Evergreen SL, built with our friends at Cascade Bicycle Studio in Seattle. A wide cassette with disc brakes and fenders seems to be nearly the ideal bike for Seattle’s hilly, rainy riding, and this is perhaps, the high-performance answer to every question that city can pose.
Matching Chris King pink headset and hubs are a nice touch on the bead-blasted frame.
This is Joe’s Evergreen SL, built with the fine folks at High Gear Cyclery in Stirling, NJ. This one has bead-blasted decals for that clean, subtle look. Chris King blue headset adds just that little touch of color.
A nice note from Joe, below:
Hi Seven, bike is built and just needs a test ride at High Gear before I take it home. Can’t wait!
Please forward onto Stef and anyone else who had a hand in designing and creating the frame.
I am planning on participating in lots of mixed terrain rides in the spring (Hell of Hunderton, LLWH) and will be riding dirt/gravel all winter.