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Shop ENVE wheels, components, and bikes for sale at TPC - The Pro's Closet. Find reviews, specs, prices, model comparisons & weights, and more. Browse popular models such as the MOG gravel bike, Melee road bikes, SES wheels.

 

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ENVE wheels are the darling of the cycling world. American artisans create drool-worthy carbon rims that adorn the hottest bikes, period. We’re proud to be an official ENVE dealer. Based out of Ogden, Utah, ENVE has been producing high-quality carbon bike wheels and components since 2007. Proudly built in the USA, ENVE emphasizes their build quality with all products being backed by a 5-year limited warranty. 

From World Cup podiums to weekend laps, ENVE wheels and components are made to provide the ultimate riding experience while saving massive amounts of weight on your bike. No matter your riding discipline ENVE has a wheelset for you. From the light, stiff, and aero SES carbon road wheels, to the bomb-proof World Cup caliber M-Series carbon mountain bike wheels, all ENVE wheels are available in multiple depths, widths, and price points to suit your preference. 

ENVE Wheels

Race on Sunday, ride the next 6 days after. All ENVE wheels are made to be an everyday race wheel that brings professional-grade performance to all your rides, whether casual or race-focused. ENVE wheels are hand-built in the USA, ensuring the highest quality standards so you never have to worry about their ability to handle potholes in the road or that gnarly rock garden coming up. 

ENVE MTB wheels have seen the top step on World Cup, enduro, and CX podiums. Built to the highest standards, ENVE’s M-Series of wheels range from cross country, trail, enduro, all-mountain, and downhill. 

All modern ENVE MTB wheels come with ENVE’s flat protection technology, eliminating the need for weighty, hard-to-install wheel inserts. All M-Series wheels come tubeless ready for traction in the worst conditions, from loose, kitty-litter sand, to slippery PNW roots. 

ENVE road bike wheels are light, stiff, strong, and aero. Attributes any road rider will seek out to compliment their bike. ENVE’s SES line of wheelsets come in unequal front and rear rim depths. Unequal rim depths not only improve aero efficiency but reduce the effects of crosswinds from blowing you all over the road like a sailboat in a hurricane. 

From the aero-climber SES 3.4 to the TT/triathlon racing SES 7.8 carbon wheels, ENVE has everything covered from triathlon, gran fondo, gravel, bikepacking, and whatever other adventures you may find yourself on. 

ENVE Components

ENVE makes high-end components ranging from aluminum mountain bike stems to carbon gravel bike forks. Built with the same quality ENVE has become known for in their wheels, ENVE components are built to withstand the use and abuse associated with all disciplines of biking. From carbon aero bars to carbon MTB stems, all ENVE components are backed by their 5-year limited warranty to ensure you stay out riding no matter what may come your way.

Where are ENVE components made?

All of ENVE's carbon fiber wheels are made in Ogden, Utah. Other ENVE components like saddles, tires, frames, and stems are made in Asia. ENVE is a US-based company.

ENVE SES 2.3 Review: The Future of Road Bike Wheels - From TPC's Magazine

ENVE first introduced its SES (Smart ENVE System) wheels in 2011. Its SES wheels always prioritized speed on the road rather than in the wind tunnel. In the real world, the wind is dynamic, so SES wheels feature front- and rear-specific rims for different purposes. The front is shallower for stability and handling while the rear is deeper to minimize drag. For 2022, the SES wheel line-up has been refined to maintain the same (or better) aero performance, but with less weight, more strength, and new tubeless-specific features. Read the full article here.

The ENVE MOG Gravel Bike - From TPC's Magazine

Gravel is still fairly young cycling discipline, and over the last decade, the gravel bike has evolved by leaps and bounds. Many innovations have been kooky, but some have yielded positive results by making modern gravel bikes faster, more capable, and more fun. Now, the definition of the perfect gravel bike is becoming clearer and ENVE has submitted its first entry into the gravel pantheon with the new MOG gravel bike. If you ask me, it looks pretty dang good, so let’s dive in and check out the details. Read the full article here.

ENVE Composites: Seven Things to Know - From TPC's Magazine

In a world full of high-end carbon components, ENVE Composites has propelled itself above the rest, flying somewhere between the stratosphere and outer space. ENVE is aptly named because of the feelings of jealousy and desire its components can inspire in riders (myself, first and foremost). For many, ENVE is the pinnacle of carbon bling. Read the full article here.

ENVE Wheels Comparison Chart - SES 4.5, SES 3.4, SES 5.6, SES 2.3, AG28, AM30

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 ENVE SES 4.5ENVE SES 3.4ENVE SES 5.6ENVE SES 2.3ENVE AG28ENVE AM30ENVE Foundation 45ENVE Foundation 65
SpacingFront: 12x100 | Rear: 12x142Front: 12x100 | Rear: 12x142Front: 15x100 or 12x100 | Rear: 12x142QRFront: 12x100 | Rear: 12x142Front: 12x100 | Rear: 12x142Front: 15x110 Boost | Rear: 12x148 Boost & 157 SuperboostFront: 12x100mm (Thru-Axle)Front: 12x100mm (Thru-Axle)
Wheelsize700c700c700c700c650b29" & 27.5"Front: 12x100mm (Thru-Axle)Front: 12x100mm (Thru-Axle)
Brake TypeDisc CenterlockDisc CenterlockDisc Centerlock or RimDisc CenterlockDisc CenterlockDisc CenterlockDisc CenterlockDisc Centerlock
DepthFront: 50mm | Rear: 56mmFront: 39mm | Rear: 43mmFront: 54mm | Rear: 63mmFront: 28mm | Rear: 32mmFront: 21mm | Rear: 21mmFront: 20mm | Rear: 20mmFront/Rear: 45mmFront/Rear: 65mm
Internal WidthFront: 25mm | Rear: 25mmFront: 25mm | Rear: 25mmFront: 20mm | Rear: 19mmFront: 21mm | Rear: 21mmFront: 28mm | Rear: 28mmFront: 30mm | Rear: 30mmFront/Rear: 21mmFront/Rear: 21mm
External WidthFront: 32mm | Rear: 32mmFront: 32mm | Rear: 32mmFront: 28.75mm | Rear: 28mmFront: 25mm | Rear: 25mmFront: 36.5mm | Rear: 36.5mmFront: 39mm | Rear: 39mmFront/Rear: 28mmFront/Rear: 28mm
Hole Count24 Front & Rear24 Front & Rear24 Front & Rear24 Front & Rear24 Front & Rear28 Front & RearNANA
Tubeless CompatibleYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
Freehub BodySRAM XDRShimano-Shimano/SRAM 10/11ShimanoShimano MicroSpline 11/12Shimano/SRAM 10/11Shimano/SRAM 10/11
Speed11/1210-12-10-1210-1211/1210-1210-12
HubsENVE AlloyENVE AlloyChris King R45EnveENVE AlloyIndustry Nine 1/1ENVE AlloyENVE Alloy
Spoke Count24/2424/24242424 / 2428 / 2824 / 2424 / 24
Valve TypePrestaPrestaPrestaPrestaPrestaPrestaPrestaPresta
SkewersSkewers Not IncludedSkewers Not IncludedSkewer Not IncludedSkewer Not IncludedSkewers Not IncludedSkewers Not IncludedSkewers Not IncludedSkewers Not Included
Intended UseRoadRoadRoadRoadRoadMountainRoadRoad

ENVE Wheels - Just The Weights

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ModelENVE SES 4.5ENVE SES 2.3ENVE SES 3.4 ENVE SES 6.7 ENVE M6 FATENVE 45ENVE AM30ENVE AG28ENVE AG25ENVE SES 3.4ENVE SES 3.4 ARENVE SES 4.5 ARENVE G27 650bENVE G23 700cENVE M9ENVE M7ENVE M6
Weight - Front411g300g394g424g27.5" - 606g, 26" - 576g455g29" - 510g, 27.5" - 470g372g360g387g387g477g (clincher model)320g329g27.5" - 629g, 29" - 672g27.5" - 535g, 29" - 580g27.5" - 383g, 29" - 408g
Weight - Rear422g294g398g442g27.5" - 606g, 26" - 576g455g29" - 510g, 27.5" - 470g372g360g393g394g461g (clincher model)320g329g27.5" - 629g, 29" - 672g27.5" - 535g, 29" - 580g27.5" - 383g, 29" - 408g
Weight - Wheelset w/tire~ 1511g~ 1274g~ 1455g~ 1505g27.5" - 2047g, 26" - 1976g~ 1540g29" - 1852g, 27.5" - 1748g~ 1505g~ 1507g~ 1410g~ 1412g~1555g (clincher model)~ 1265g~ 1305g27.5" - 2115g, 29" - 2120g27.5" - 1860g, 29" - 1960g27.5" - 1460g, 29" - 1520g

Carbon MTB Wheels: Are They Worth It vs. Aluminum - From TPC's Magazine

If you want to start some drama at the trailhead, just ask a group of mountain bikers if you should buy carbon wheels. The aluminum faithful call carbon wheels a waste of money. Carbon converts preach about pure performance. Somewhere in between is the truth. Read the full article here.

ENVE Buyer’s Guide: Pick The Best Wheelset - From TPC's Magazine

Those who want to ride the best choose ENVE. Its carbon wheels are beloved in the cycling world, and renowned almost as much for their price as they are for their engineering and quality. For many riders, they’re worth every penny. Every ENVE rim is made here in the USA and designed to maximize strength, stiffness, weight, and aerodynamics. Plus, they’re backed by ENVE’s generous Lifetime Protection Plan and Five-Year Warranty. Read the full article here.

Browse our ENVE product listings pages, curated by ENVE models & variants: ENVE M5, ENVE M6, ENVE M7, ENVE M9, ENVE AM30, ENVE SES 3.4, ENVE SES 4.5, ENVE SES 5.6, ENVE M70, ENVE AG28, ENVE Melee, ENVE Mog, ENVE Foundation 65, ENVE Foundation M635, ENVE Foundation M735, ENVE wheels, ENVE handlebars

Visit us at our Louisville, Colorado Bike Store to see our full ENVE collection in person.