Stein&Fenton readies itself for growth with new Prestige model

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Welcome to the future of Stein&Fenton

 The new Stein&Fenton Prestige offers all the amenities of a modern road bike while also suitable for an All-Road setup.  Equipped with a T47 threaded bottom bracket and up to 32c tire width, this new Prestige is as capable as the rider and delivered to the customer “Ready to Ride”.  What is “Ready to Ride”?  All Stein&Fenton Prestige bikes come equipped with a SILCA Mattone saddle bag, SILCA or Alpitude bottle cages, pedals (customer’s choice), and computer mount.

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Our Technology

After nearly 16 hours of print time and an additional 8 hours of cure time, a set of 3D printed Titanium Prestige lugs then become more than 99.5% of the density of billet 6AL-4V Titanium.  When you add in 10 hours of post-CNC machining/finish time, you now have a set of Prestige lugs ready to build a frame.  Under controlled guidelines, hand laid carbon fiber tubes are then bonded to prepped surfaces that can withstand over 4,000 psi shear strength.

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Our Build Process

 Stein&Fenton only builds complete bikes, which means no “frame only” options are available.  Base level builds include SRAM Red AXS or Shimano Dura Ace 9200 level groups, ENVE SES wheels with Chris King hubs, Darimo seat post, 1pc bar/stem combo, and other preferred supplier parts.  Upgrades for nearly every component are available a la carte as well as lug and tube finishing options.

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Our Preferred Suppliers

 Stein&Fenton prides itself on attention to detail and craftsmanship.  Preferred suppliers are hand-picked based on those same standards and include brands such as SILCA, Lightweight, Darimo, SLF Motion, Chris King, THM, ENVE, and several others.

When can I place my order?

 Prestige models will be available to order in early 2023. They will be built in order based on contact date and deposit received.  Delivery dates will depend on the availability of supplier parts.

About Stein&Fenton

Stein&Fenton is based in a small rural town in central Illinois.  Pawnee, Illinois has a population of 2,500 people, one gas station, and not a single stop light.  What our small town of Pawnee doesn't offer in amenities it does offer in dreams and passion.  Every Stein&Fenton is designed and built by hand right here in our hometown.  You won’t find us claiming our bikes are the lightest, fastest, or most aerodynamic in the world, but what we do is design and build bikes we are proud of, and we hope you will be equally as proud to ride one.

Special Thank You to Kai, Doug, Matt, Jeremy, Jeff, Fed, Josh, and Michael for all the help you have provided us during this project.  Without all of you, this Prestige project would not have been possible.

We don’t just build you a bike.  We build you YOUR bike.

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About Twotone Amsterdam

The roots of Twotone go back in 2007, when Twotone’s founder – Jon Woodroof – cofounded a fixed-gear focused bike shop in Atlanta, GA named No Brakes. His clothes nearly always matched his track bike & he earned the nickname Twotone. Jon cut his teeth on promoting his own shop, the brands they sold, and even suppliers, athletes, and other organisations they partnered with all before Instagram!

Those entrepreneurial roots grew into the hold your line, you'll be fine full-send approach to how we run our business today. A 10-year-old nickname became a Dutch BV in 2014 & Twotone has become THE one-stop-shop for cycling-savvy sales, marketing, and PR across Europe in the USA.

Over the course of the past nearly 9 years of helping brands find their way & have their say, we’re grateful for the successes, lessons, and trust! Schedule a meeting to learn more!

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