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Lighten Up - ENVE Wheels
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Feb 16, 2011  hits 31,757

Formerly called Edge, ENVE keeps most of the same graphics, but an updated logo.
Formerly called Edge, ENVE keeps most of the same graphics, but an updated logo.



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  • This 1.65 tubular wheel is deep, aero, and surprisingly light.
  • We paired the ENVE rims with unbranded hubs that are supplied as OEM hubs in other wheelsets.  They are lighter than DT Swiss 190's, but every bit as usable.
  • Formerly called Edge, ENVE keeps most of the same graphics, but an updated logo.
  • We used a shallower 1.45 front wheel (left), and a deeper 1.65 rear (right) to help with handling in crosswinds, and keep the weight down.
  • The ENVE logos look the same upside down and right side up
  • The pair looks stunning together.
  • The tubular rims are a good match with the 22mm Continental Sprinter tires we put on.  We picked those wheels for their balanced specs - they have respectable rolling resistance and ride quality, are moderately narrow, quite puncture resistant, and have a great ride quality.
  • You can be forgiven for spelling these E-N-V-Y, because we know you want them.

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