What We’re Riding – Jonny’s Mosaic

Jonny’s Bike Check Frame – Mosaic Custom Titanium GT-1 Disc with Custom PaintWheels – ENVE 4.5ARFork – ENVE GRDHeadset – Chris King InsetFront Tire – Maxxis Speed Terrane 33mmRear Tire – Maxxis Speed Terrane 33mmHandlebar – ENVE Compact RoadStem – ENVE Road StemHubs – Chris King R45 DiscSaddle – Fizik Antares R1Groupset – Shimano Dura-Ace […]

ENVE @ 10: Top 10 Wins

As we come to the end of our 10th anniversary year, we look back at some of the landmark moments. Here are 10 of the very best wins that we have celebrated with our athletes. We’ve come a long way in 10 years and there have been some incredible and truly unforgettable moments along the way. […]

ENVE Rides – AJ

Ride by AJ Turner Without a doubt, Ogden’s Indian Trail remains one of my favorite mountain bike rides. It’s easily the toughest and most technical trail within lunch-riding distance from the office, and also provides maximum amounts of silly fun on the descent. From ENVE HQ, it’s an immediate uphill slog that doesn’t stop for another 30 minutes. […]

Team Dimension Data’s Historic Visit to Robben Island

In 2014, just as ENVE was looking for a special team to sponsor, one with a true purpose beyond results, Team Dimension Data principle Doug Ryder asked his riders which wheels they wanted to ride the following season. ‘ENVE,’ they told him. It was a perfect match and a true partnership was born, one that […]

Real World Fast

There is more to aero than the wind tunnel. While unquestionably the best tool for measuring and understanding aerodynamic performance, the ultimate goal is speed on the road not in the tunnel. The road is a ‘dynamic environment’; even without gusts the wind you meet (known as ‘apparent wind’, the net result of bike speed […]

Chasing Rainbows

Words: Jamie Wilkins Photos: Sportograf Images The UCI Gran Fondo World Championship is pitched as the pinnacle of amateur competition and, as we discovered when we raced it back in August, in Albi, France, it does not disappoint. It has a gravitas that goes beyond the sheer scale – 3000 riders from 56 countries – and […]

Tour the ENVE Stand at Eurobike

The annual Eurobike show is a big deal, this year welcoming over 42k industry visitors, 22k public and precisely 1,654 press, all from a total of 101 countries. The exhibition area is vast and includes cycling in all its forms, with lots of wacky stuff alongside the latest road, mountain and e-bikes which dominate. ENVE […]

Historic Utah ride with MAAP

Utah offers a wide spectrum of landscapes and geography. Because of this diversity, it’s host to many landmarks – through historic moments and modern art. The ride to Northern Utah provides a glimpse into all of these parts of Utah. Gravel roads, mountain-ridges, The Great Salt Lake, Golden Spike, and Spiral Jetty, just to name […]

Why Pro Bikes Are Perfect: Meet the Mechanics

If you ever get the chance to look closely at a professional cyclist’s bike before a race, one thing is likely to leave a particularly strong impression. It won’t be the typically long stem or aggressive position, nor even the plethora of trick components. What always impresses us is that they are absolutely immaculate, just […]

FINDING COMFORT IN THE DISCOMFORT OF DK

By Neil Shirley After 206 miles and over 12 hours in the saddle, I was finally standing on the other side of the Unbound Gravel (Formerly DK200) finish line; the side that meant I was done, it was over. Trust me when I say the desire to get across that line was in the forefront […]