EVELYN STEVENS RUMORS

Evelyn Stevens to retire at the end of 2016

The daily grind comes in all sorts of ways from plugging away at a desk job to pushing on the pedals day in and day out - Evelyn Stevens has had success at both. Stevens announced that she will retire from professional bike racing at the end of the 2016 season in an exclusive interview with The Wall Street Journal, and get back to the 'working world'. The American has been an inspiration...
Via Cycling News
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Difficult conditions slow down Evelyn Stevens

A disappointed Evelyn Stevens discusses the struggles she had during the time trial and the impact the weather had on the course.
Via CSN Chicago
12 days ago

U.S. riding wave of power for women's road race cycling

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) Evelyn Stevens has built the kind of resume in cycling that should make her one of the favorites to land on the podium in Sunday's Olympic road race. She nearly didn't get the chance to compete at all. In perhaps the strongest sign of American might, the four women selected for the road race were not set until just before leaving for Rio and after several arbitration...
Via CSN Chicago
16 days ago

American rider Evelyn Stevens sets cycling's hour record

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) Evelyn Stevens of the U.S. shattered one of cycling's most revered marks - the hour record - by riding just under 30 miles Saturday at the Olympic Training Center Velodrome. Wearing the skinsuit of her Boels-Dolmans trade team, Stevens covered 47.98 kilometers and more than 143 laps on the 333-meter track. She passed the unified mark of 46.833 kilometers...
Via Associated Press
February 27, 2016  |  Discuss

American star Evie Stevens to attempt world hour record

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) Olympic cyclist Evelyn Stevens will attempt to break the world hour record later this month when she takes to the recently renovated velodrome at the U.S. Olympic training center. The distance traveled in an hour is one of the most hallowed challenges in cycling. But only in the past two years, since the UCI modernized and simplified rules for an attempt...
Via Associated Press
February 08, 2016  |  Discuss

Valiant Stevens falls to sixth in Worlds TT

It was a valiant effort but in the end Evelyn Stevens (United States) was simply outgunned and outmuscled in the women’s elite time trial at the UCI Road World Championships in Richmond Virginia. The American came home in sixth place, 26 seconds down on winner Linda Villumsen (New Zealand) on a course that wasn’t ideally suited to her characteristics. “I’m bummed but I...
Via Cycling News
September 22, 2015  |  Discuss

News shorts: Police recover Stevens' world championship bike

Richmond police recover Steven's stolen time trial bike Less than 24 hours after a thief walked off with a Specialized Shiv time trial bike belonging to American Evelyn Stevens at the UCI Road World Championships, the local Richmond police have recovered the machine and returned it to its rightful owner. The Richmond PD announced the find on Twitter, writing, "The stolen bicycle...
Via Cycling News
September 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Thief nabs Evelyn Stevens' time trial bike at Worlds

Less than 48 hours before the start of the UCI Road World Championships team time trial, where Evelyn Stevens is aiming to become the only woman to have participated in all four gold-medal winning teams, a thief has walked off with her Specialized Shiv race bike. A man police describe as being between 30 and 45 year old, and weighing around 190 pounds, walked off with the time trial...
Via Cycling News
September 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Americans make statement with Tour of New Zealand sweep

MASTERTON, New Zealand (AP) Tayler Wiles led an American sweep at the Tour of New Zealand on Sunday, holding off Megan Guarnier and Evelyn Stevens to win the five-stage women's road race. Another member of Team USA, Lauren Hall, captured the final stage in a sprint finish for her third stage win. Australian riders Georgia Baker and Emily Collins were second and third. The dominance...
Via Associated Press
February 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Brennauer of Germany wins world time trial

PONFERRADA, Spain (AP) Lisa Brennauer of Germany claimed her second gold medal in three days at the road cycling world championships after winning the individual time trial on Tuesday. Brennauer finished the 29.5-kilometer (18.3-mile) route to and from Ponferrada in 38 minutes, 48 seconds. Ukraine's Anna Solovey took silver at 18 seconds behind, while Evelyn Stevens of the United...
Via Associated Press
September 23, 2014  |  Discuss
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