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2010 Stevens Super Prestige info needed

Old 05-17-20, 08:38 PM
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2010 Stevens Super Prestige info needed

2010 Stevens Super Prestige. So, this bike has pretty much fallen in to my lap, and I have no idea what the hell I have. My Google skills are failing and I can find very little about the company, and nothing about the 2010 model, can any body help me out?


I doubt many, if any, of these are the original components:

Brifters/front/rear derailleur: SRAM Red 10spd

Brakes: Paul Touring Cantelever (no idea the specific model)

Cranks/chain ring: Shimano FCRS500 (46-36) (105?)

BB: Shimano SMBBR60 (Ultegra?)

Hubs: Shimano XTR

Rims: Velocity Aerohead 28 front / 32 rear

Handlebars: Easton EC70

Stem: Easton EA90

Headset: FSA ACB 1 1/8
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Old 05-19-20, 10:11 AM
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Originally Posted by Ubie View Post
2010 Stevens Super Prestige. So, this bike has pretty much fallen in to my lap, and I have no idea what the hell I have. My Google skills are failing and I can find very little about the company, and nothing about the 2010 model, can any body help me out?


I doubt many, if any, of these are the original components:

Brifters/front/rear derailleur: SRAM Red 10spd

Brakes: Paul Touring Cantelever (no idea the specific model)

Cranks/chain ring: Shimano FCRS500 (46-36) (105?)

BB: Shimano SMBBR60 (Ultegra?)

Hubs: Shimano XTR

Rims: Velocity Aerohead 28 front / 32 rear

Handlebars: Easton EC70

Stem: Easton EA90

Headset: FSA ACB 1 1/8
what b the problem.
seems like a sweet ride.
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Old 05-19-20, 10:17 AM
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Here's a discussion about a 2011 carbon model, seems like a pretty decent bike.

https://forums.roadbikereview.com/cy...on-263056.html
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Originally Posted by thehammerdog View Post
what b the problem.
seems like a sweet ride.
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She is nice, I agree.
My problem is more that I don't know anything about the Stevens brand. I'm finding a little more, but they're not very well known on this side of the pond and my German is, to be kind, lacking.

Only really had a shakedown ride, but all seems well. Used to Shimano brifters, so switching to the SRAM has me trying to push on the wrong lever way too often. Need to get some salmon kool stops since the brake pads are nearing EOL, and a couple other niggling things needs to be addressed. I also need to find a bike mount for my Garmin watch, the Easton bars are aero, so the standard rubber block won't fit. Trying not to spend $40, but I might have to bite the bullet or find someone with a decent 3D printer I can call in a favor.

There was nothing wrong with my old bike (2003 Ibex Vantage 5500, mostly 105 bits), but I was offered up an even trade with the insistence I do a 75mi ride this fall, couldn't turn that down!
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