Evelyn Stevens trades Wall Street for cycling
Everyone loves a sports prodigy: the 3-year-old who can sink a 40-foot putt, a seventh-grader who runs a 17-minute 5k. Then there's the story about the 26-year-old Wall Street analyst, working 60-hour weeks, who buys a bike to stay in shape. Fast-forward 15 months and she's signed with the world's best professional cycling team.
This, the story of Evelyn Stevens, began circulating through New York City's cycling community in the fall of 2008. There were whispers of a woman who seemed ...
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