How to Set Up Rim Brake Pads for Your ENVE Wheels

The latest ENVE brake track has a texture molded into the surface, providing exceptional power and control in both dry and wet conditions. It isn’t especially sensitive to pad positioning but it pays to get your brakes set up perfectly. To that end, we asked pro mechanic Rob Van Der Brand at Team Dimension Data […]

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Mango Coconut Rice Cakes

Words and Photos by Lottie Bildirici Recipe: 5 1/2 cup water 2 1/2 cup sushi rice or arborio rice pinch of salt 1 1/2 cup toasted coconut 1 cup chopped dried mango 1/2 cup honey 1/2 cup melted coconut oil Place water in a medium/large pot over high heat bring to a boil and then add […]

Matt Bottrill – Bike Check

Words by Matt Bottrill I’ve been an ENVE test pilot since the collaboration of Simon Smart and ENVE started working together. What I love about the brand is how they’re always trying to advanced the product not just through aerodynamics but also how the wheel handles and feels. I’ve used the wheels to help me […]

Crushing Conformity In Utah’s Tushar Mountains

Words by Neil Shirley Just over three hours from ENVE headquarters in Ogden, Utah, the town of Beaver lies in the shadows of the Tushar Mountains. If you were passing by on the Interstate you would hardly give it a second thought unless you needed a quick bite to eat or gas. Yet, for the […]

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 […]

Steve Peat competition winner’s custom Santa Cruz revealed

Images by Geoff Waugh Matt, when did you hear that you had won the bike and where were you at the time? Back at the end of October I got an email and didn’t really believe it. Then Ian from ENVE called me to confirm it. I had to run out into the garden to […]

The Infamous 200 Mile Gravel Race | The DK200

Written by Neil Shirley Riding 200 miles in a single day, on a bicycle, is a very, very long way. Milan-San Remo and Liege-Bastogne-Liege, two of the highest-level professional races in the world, are only 185 and 160 miles, respectively. So what would motivate someone to ride 200 miles….actually, even worse, 200 miles on gravel? […]

The Classics
Emotions Through the Lens

Photos: Jered and Ashley Gruber For a few weeks in spring, the professional peloton’s campaigns are fought on ancient European roads steeped in tradition. The elements, terrain, and competition often make these events the most feared for the participants and the most exciting for the fans. The passion for these one-day races, winner take all, is unrivaled by any other race on the calendar. Heavy doses […]

The Rebirth of Our Best Selling Wheelset
the SES 3.4 visits Girona Spain

Photos: Augustus Farmer Nestled in the northern part of Catalunya, Griona has long been home base for an ever growing number of pro cyclists. Even a couple World Pro Tour teams have setup their service courses here. The milder climate and plentiful sunshine make for the ideal training conditions during the cold months of the year. The […]

DREAM BIKE GIVEAWAY WINNER & ENVE Builder of the Year Winner

We have a winner! Congratulations to Emmanuel Foret for winning a builder bike of their dreams! Emmanuel, enjoy your soon to be custom frame and complete ENVE build on the bike builder of your choice. Thanks to everyone who entered and stay tuned to our social media platforms for the latest from ENVE and the chance to […]