ENVE Grodeo By The Numbers

What is the GRODEO? It’s a day to showcase the beauty and challenge of the terrain in our own backyard while paying tribute to the hard-won west. From the onetime stockyards where ENVE now sits, the GRODEO is a nod to Ogden’s rough and tumble history that helped shape the railroad and livestock industries. We’re […]

Belgian Waffle Ride Cedar City – Athlete Bike Checks

Just when it seemed like all hope was lost of any major event being held in the U.S. this year, the BWR Cedar City showed that with extensive COVID-19 measures in place an event could go forward. With nothing else on the calendar, it successfully pulled in cyclists of all disciplines looking for an opportunity […]

Explore the BWR Cedar City Course
A Challenge Worthy Of The BWR Moniker

In what will be the first major gravel event since March, the Belgian Waffle Ride Cedar City is set to roll out on October 17th. With this being the inaugural event, what lurks in the Southern Utah desert is somewhat unknown. What size tires do I need, how hard are the climbs, and should I go for […]

Espresso, Champagne, Chain Lube: A Weekend In Austin

No one can argue the fact that Austin has long been a city rooted in cycling. Lance brought a lot of attention to the area, in addition to a handful of other pro road riders that have come through the ranks there. Compared to Coastal California or the Boulder scene, however, Austin hasn’t really been […]

Kona Count: More ENVE At The Ironman World Championships

Before any of the racing actually begins at the Ironman World Championships in Kona, there’s a lot of anticipation for something else entirely. Not only is Kona the culmination of the Ironman season and the biggest goal of the year for the 2,300 athletes competing, but it has also become the measuring stick for the […]

Backroads & Byways: Kailua Kona Hawaii

It’s become an annual tradition when heading to the Big Island for the Ironman World Championships that we spend a day on our bikes doing something big, challenging, and amazing. This year would be no exception. After the ascent of Mauna Kea, the 14,000+ foot volcano that climbs 55 miles from Waikoloa Beach to the barren […]

ENVE and Race Day Wheels Join Forces
for IRONMAN U.S. Wheel Rentals

ENVE and Race Day Wheels are pleased to announce a partnership that will see the U.S.-made carbon wheels available for rental at all IRONMAN® U.S. Series events, including this month’s Vega IRONMAN World Championship® in Kailua-Kona, Hawai`i. This partnership will allow athletes in need of event-specific race wheels the opportunity to benefit from ENVE’s SES […]

The Land of Fire, Ice, And Gravel

Photos and Words by Sami Sauri I could always start my story with a random aside, something about Iceland being the land of Sagas and Vikings, breathtaking waterfalls, glaciers, and volcanoes, or just how lucky I am to have gravel racing taking me to amazing places. The day you register for a 200km race in one of […]

You Ride, We Donate – Vuelta

I Ride ENVE Club Logs 500,000 Miles, Donating 10 Bikes to Qhubeka During the Tour de France During the span of the Tour de France, our I Ride ENVE Strava Club members logged nearly half a million miles and helped us donate 10 Qhubeka bikes, providing a tool to people in developing regions of Africa […]

2019 ENVE Builder ROUND-UP

This past week, 20 custom frame builders gathered at ENVE Composites for the first annual Builders Summit and Open House, a multi-day event that brought some of the most renowned frame builders to Ogden, Utah. The collaboration between ENVE and the handmade builder community was multi-faceted and included discussions around current and future trends, and […]