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BWR Cedar City Tips From ENVE Pros

The Belgian Waffle Ride heads to Cedar City, Utah, for round three of the four race series. As one of the only major events to happen in 2020, BWR Cedar City became the first BWR held outside of San Diego and helped lay the foundation for adding rounds in Asheville, North Carolina, and Lawrence, Kansas this […]

The Inaugural Wasatch All-Road

Utah has a brand new gravel event called the Wasatch All-Road and it brought a challenge like few other events on the calendar. Due to the event’s location in Heber City, which is nestled between the Wasatch and Uinta Mountains, there was no way of getting around anything but a climb-heavy day in the saddle […]

The Last Best Ride – Montana’s Hidden Gravel Race

Photos and Words by Ian Matteson Montana’s nickname is “The Last Best Place” and living up to its name The Last Best Ride is likely to be one of the most sought after races due to the area’s appeal and the fact it’s limited to between four-to-five-hundred entries per year. This year marked the inaugural […]

How to Hit Drops and Jumps with Miranda Miller

We’ve all been there: riding up to a feature that looks doable, but is just outside of your comfort zone. Miranda Miller, Downhill World Champion and EWS racer for Kona, released a series of videos highlighting her process for pushing her limits and conquering new features. She takes on the Brutus drop in North Vancouver, […]

ENVE Engineer Embarks On Tour Divide

Right about as you read this, Matt Krajewski is smack dab in the middle of the US, slightly more than halfway through the Tour Divide, a 2,500-mile route from the Canadian to Mexican border. Matt isn’t an endurance junkie looking to race his way from border to border or even an ex-pro racer; Matt is […]

Coleman’s Kavenz VHP16 Bike Check

Photos by Mike Swim There comes a time in every rider’s life where they get to build their dream bike. ENVE marketing employee Coleman Edwards found his chance after ordering a custom-built Kavenz VHP16 frame earlier this year.  The German design uses a Virtual High Pivot suspension design and offers custom geometry from the manufacturer.  […]

Getting to Know Enduro/DH Pro Connor Fearon

What do Koalas and Vegemite have in common? Both hail from the land of the Australian legend and downhill pro, Connor Fearon. Connor has been riding professionally with the Kona Gravity team for over a decade, with podiums and top tens all along the way. The FSR Collective has put together a great bio piece […]

2021 ENVE Builder Round-Up Part 2

Welcome back to the 2021 ENVE Builder Round-Up. We’ve increased the number of Builder Bikes at our show to 36. You’ll find the second 20 bikes below and the other 16 in Part 1. Now, sit back, grab a cold one, and dive into the coverage of the Builder Bikes, Part One. Check back to […]


When we envisioned what the ultimate celebration of bicycles could look like, it included the custom works of art and the trendsetting artisans behind those builds, the riding that inspires us to go bigger and be bolder, and most importantly, the community of cyclists from every genre coming together all in one place. That place […]


Last month we teamed up with Above Category to support a few riders taking part in Unbound Gravel. Not only is Above Category one of our premium retail partners, they are also lovers of gravel and support the scene by hosting their very own event that showcases the pristine gravel throughout Marin.  As part of […]


Photos by Dave Trumpore The second installment of the 2021 UCI World Cup Downhill season was a nailbiter until the very finish. It wasn’t clear until the day before the race if ENVE athlete Thibaut Daprela would start, after breaking his nose and biting through his tongue less than a week earlier. He ended up […]

Eolo Kometa – Bike Check

When Eolo-Kometa received an invite for the Giro d’Italia they had hoped to make a statement over the course of the three weeks of racing to prove they belong in the top ranks. On Stage 14 they did just that as Lorenzo Fortunato rode away from his breakaway companions on the race’s Queen Stage that […]

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