ENVE AND EOLO-KOMETA TO CONTINUE WINNING WAYS THROUGH 2023

Images: Maurizio Borserini The partnership between ENVE and EOLO-KOMETA Cycling Team is set to continue through the 2023 season. So much was achieved in the Italian-registered, Spanish-based team’s first professional season with major successes at the Giro d’Italia, the team’s first-ever Grand Tour. The roots of EOLO-KOMETA lie with the Contador Foundation, which has built […]

BWR Cedar City – What Worked & What Didn’t

The third and final round of the Belgian Waffle Ride Triple Crown of Gravel meant trading the skinny tires of BWR San Diego for meaty rubber and a true gravel setup to tackle the high desert terrain of Cedar City, Utah. Athletes were challenged with rocky singletrack, chunky dirt roads, and altitude over the 130 […]

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 […]

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, […]

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 […]

THE ENVE WORLD CUP DH PODIUM TALLY: THREE IN LES GETS

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 […]

Unbound Gravel uncertainty? Tips and Tricks for UNBOUND From Race Veterans

UNBOUND Gravel has a way of testing you unlike any other event we’ve been a part of. There’s no shortage of wisdom available on how to prepare and what essentials to bring with you, but we decided a little more instruction from those who have earned their stripes in the Flint Hills wouldn’t hurt in […]

Thibaut Daprela Answers Questions about his ‘Sound of Speed’ Edit

Insights from the World Cup Racer Himself After Commencal/Muc-Off team member Thibaut Daprela released his “Sound of Speed” edit earlier this year, the internet had some burning questions: What were the weird noises coming from his bike?  Did he use tire inserts?  How did he go so fast?  ENVE caught up with Thibaut to get […]

Triathletes Ben Hoffman & Heather Jackson
Talk about Gravel Cycling

After both landing on the Kona World Championship podium in 2019, neither Heather Jackson or Ben Hoffman could have imagined just one year later they’d be trading Kona, Hawaii, for Cedar City, Utah. Or, rather than riding a 112-mile time trial through the lava fields, they’d be ripping down dirt roads with other gravel racers […]