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  1. Forks - rigid
    This fork came off of my bike so I could have a fork that allowed for mounting fenders. Otherwise it would still be there. About 10.5" of steerer tube length, so seems like plenty for just about any bike. Carbon, CX, disk brake, quick release. Let me know if you have questions.
  2. General Discussion
    ENVE is introducing a range of cold-forged, precision-machined aluminum mountain bike stems that maintain ENVE's design principles and are optimized for pairing with ENVE's M Series carbon handlebars. The ENVE Alloy Mountain Stem is available in both 31.8mm and 35.0mm clamp diameters, with both...
  3. General Discussion
    Jenson and Competitive Cyclist - End of season blow out For most of us the season never really ends, we just switch to another style of racing or put on heavier jerseys. For some though, this means getting in new inventory and getting some of the previous season's gear moving. So don't worry...
  4. General Discussion
    ENVE has announced a partnership with Industry Nine to create an American made hub pairing that will lower the MSRP of ENVE's M Series mountain bike wheels to $2550 from $2980. As a result of this partnership, the Industry Nine Hydra hub will become ENVE's base M Series offering with a new...
  5. Misc Components
    The New Year is here and we've already gotten sneak peeks at some very cool new bikes and gear, which we'll be able to start telling you about soon on Mtbr. But before diving into the what's coming, we wanted to take a look back at some of the bikes and gear from 2018 that we felt were among the...
  6. General Discussion
    The new ENVE Upgrade Program makes getting pair of premium U.S.-made wheels easier than ever before. ENVE has announced its new ENVE Upgrade Program, a trade-in, trade-up program that allows anyone riding an ENVE or other brand carbon wheelset to trade it in, and upgrade to the latest ENVE M...
  7. Misc Components
    The ENVE M7 cockpit combo looks as good as it performs. What Is It ENVE has added a 35mm carbon stem-handlebar combination to its component lineup, corresponding to its M series of carbon mountain bike wheels. The gravity/enduro-focused M7 cockpit features 35mm, 50mm, and 65mm stems paired...
  8. General Discussion
    ENVE has released a versatile hip pack with plenty of room for day-ride essentials, including a spare tube and belt-integrated multi-tool. The low profile ensures no-flop stability while riding. Photo courtesy ENVE Lightweight but rugged, the 2.5-liter Axis pack from Mission Workshop is...
  9. General Discussion
    Last fall ENVE introduced a new line of M Series wheels that deliver enhanced toughness, ride feel, and anti-flat technologies. Now ENVE has announced a range of M Series components, including ENVE's first 35mm cockpit, that align with the M Series core philosophy of real options and true...
  10. Misc Components
    What is it ENVE is renowned for its carbon wheels, but the Ogden, Utah-based company offers a variety of other carbon components, including its often overlooked stems and bars. ENVE's Mountain Stem comes in a 6-degree rise at lengths of 40, 55, 70 and 85mm. Aimed at broad range of applications...
  11. General Discussion
    Prepare to experience different topography and climate in one ride. The red rock desert surrounding Moab, Utah is a harsh and barren landscape that only the toughest creatures thrive in. It is a place of surreal beauty, unlike anywhere else in the world. For these reasons, we return to Moab...
  12. General Discussion
    ENVE's new M Series lineup includes wheels for every ride and rider. Highly-regarded carbon wheel maker ENVE has launched its new M Series, featuring technology that promises to all but eliminate pinch flats. The revamped composite wheel line-up consists of seven models, each designed for a...
  13. 29er Bikes
    Should you go plus or opt for a 29er with high volume tires? New bikes like the Santa Cruz Hightower let you experiment with both options. Last year, the big trend in the mountain biking world was plus-sized tires. Just in case you're getting back in the sport after a long hiatus, the basic...
  14. 27.5
    A few weeks back my colleague Saris unveiled her custom alloy trail bike build that you can read about here. Her goal was to strike some semblance of balance between price and performance. Now it's my turn - but I've made no such concessions. My dream build, a Santa Cruz Hightower with dreamy...
  15. General Discussion
    Long regarded as one of the world's preeminent carbon wheel and component makers, Utah's ENVE Composites just got a new home. In early March, the company's 168 employees moved into a 78,000 square foot facility. The move will allow ENVE to up its production capability three fold, while also...
  16. Misc Components
    When walking the aisles at the Interbike trade show, it's easy to get caught up in the latest and greatest new products. But it's very possible your best option is not buying all new gear, but upgrading your current equipment. Indeed, it is often cheaper to upgrade then buy new. Take PUSH...
  17. General Discussion
    The new M60 Plus is light enough for long days and big climbs, but strong enough to get rowdy. As bike manufacturers have begun to release more plus sized models, rim manufacturers have answered the call with ever increasing rim widths. The latest brand to join the fray is ENVE composites, who...
  18. 27.5
    Lowdown: Wheelbuilder.com ENVE and Derby Wheels Wheelbuilder.com builds wheels exclusively so they've gotten mighty good at it. They've built wheels for Olympians, Grand Tour riders and teams and the most demanding consumers. Building their reputation on the road market, they've diversified in...
  19. General Discussion
    While the headline may read Mavic's parent company buys ENVE, the truth is that Finland-based Amer Sports owns a half dozen of the world's most recognizable outdoor sports brands, including Arc'teryx, Salomon, Wilson, Atomic, Suunto, Precor, and Louisville Slugger. ENVE, which was founded in...
  20. Misc Components
    Editor's Note: This article is courtesy of the team at Art's Cyclery. The original post can be found here. As the year winds down, it's time for reflection - time to look back and remember all of the flippin' awesome gear that came out in 2015! This was a great year for mountain bike riders...
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