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2011 Vélomag buyer's guide
Silverstone SL4, CX 4 and Leo SL
2011 Vélomag buyer's guide
Silverstone SL4, CX 4 and Leo SL
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Devinci has gotten rave reviews for three of its road bikes! | Velo Mag has just released its annual Buyer’s Guide. This year, the charts of all the bikes available in Quebec are online only. Aside from buying advice and plenty of information on the newest 2011 trends and bikes, the magazine features profiles from cyclists with a choice of specific bikes and accessories. It’s up to you to choose the profile that best suits you. These different profiles were motivated by various elements such as quality vs. value, technology, the look of the bike and our personal top picks - as long as they’re not too biased!

Trend-wise, it seems aluminum is back. We can now find beautiful bikes with flowing lines (thanks to hydroforming), a comfortable geometry and decent components (like Shimano 105 and Sram Apex), all at an affordable price.

The Velo Mag website features this season’s first buyer’s guide to include road, triathlon, cyclocross and touring bikes. To see its components, just click on the bike you want. With another click, you will access all the contact information of every retailer distributing the selected bike.

Devinci has recently launched the custom Leo program. Starting with the Leo SL frame, you can personalize your bike’s color and decals as well as the components according to your budget and the way you ride.

Devinci has gotten rave reviews for three of its road bikes!

Silverstone SL4
During our test ride, the 2010 Silverstone was surprisingly comfortable for an aluminum bike, which just goes to show that this material, when combined with the right geometry, can be a real player. The only knock on the Silverstone is the wheels but that’s been taken care of with the Easton wheelset. The transmission composed of Shimano 105 and Ultegra and the internal cable routing are a perfect fit.

With a price just below $3000, this carbon bike comes almost fully equipped with Shimano Ultegra, with the exception of the crank set which is R600, also from Shimano. It comes with very decent EA50 Easton wheels and the complementary in-house V2 components are perfectly suited for intensive use, even though they’re not very light. A frame with a lifetime warranty is just the icing on the cake.

Leo SL
This full carbon monocoque bike with sober lines can be customized thanks to the taylor-made program intended for color scales and components. The equipment was well chosen: the RED transmission from Sram and the attractive Zipp 303 clincher wheels. A bike designed in Quebec that’s sturdy and effective. For serious riders only.
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