Joey Schusler in Tibet | The Kora

Once again, Joey Schussler has ventured into the far reaches of the world on a mountain bike journey to explore new trails and meet new people. On this excursion, Schussler and crew travel to Tibet on a self-supported bike packing trip over 10 days. With changing weather conditions and unexpected changes in the trail, the […]

Campfire Chats with Chris and Henrik

Photos: Steffen Weigold Over the past weekend, the Rapha Clubhouse in Berlin brought together Henrik Orre, author or VeloChef, Chris “Dangerous” Grahn of The Hives, and ENVE for “Campfire Talk”. The evening featured these speakers and their discussions on gravel, adventure biking, and the new Velochef book, “Outside is Free”, as well as a film showing […]

Kona Appreciation

For the 40th year, Ironman took over the beach town of Kona, Hawaii, for the World Championships where 2,500 triathletes tackled one of the most demanding courses of the season. Just as we have done each year, ENVE was present to support the numerous athletes and teams racing on our wheels and components. During the […]

Sea to Sky | The Hardest Climb in the World

Ascending 14,000 feet in a single ride is massive by any standard. Doing that all on one climb is something else entirely. Add in double-digit gradients along with a five-mile dirt section and all of a sudden Hawaii’s Mauna Kea becomes one of the hardest climbs on the planet. The Climb Details From the ocean […]

Team ENVE Journeys North to Rebecca’s Private Idaho

After a full season of enjoying our new G Series wheels at such events as Dirty Kanza and Crusher in the Tushar – we ventured north to Rebecca Rusch’s backyard. Rebecca hosts this multi-day gravel event in Ketchum, Idaho known as, Rebecca’s Private Idaho. The event features a 3 day stage race with mixed surface riding that is sure to provide challenges […]

Rebecca’s Private Idaho Puts Ketchum On The Map As Gravel Destination

Rebecca Rusch has achieved some impressive things during her lengthy career as an endurance athlete. Most of us already know about her sporting accomplishments, but beyond that, she’s created what’s become one of the most popular gravel events on the calendar. Rebecca’s Private Idaho is heading into its 6th year and will be bringing more […]

A Gravel Adventure: In Search of the Lost Village of Imber

Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, UK, is a unique place. Its history stretches back to 3,000BC, when Neolithic man built the famous Stonehenge. During the Second World War, half of the Plain’s 300 square miles was taken over by the British military and the live firing exercises continue to rattle the windows of houses for miles […]

Team ENVE Tackles DK

Some companies have picnics or weekend getaways in order to bring employees together and build team unity within the ranks. For ENVE, racing across the unforgiving gravel roads in the Flint Hills of Kansas during the Unbound Gravel (Formerly DK) is much more our style for building stronger ties between company team members. It all […]

Bespoked 2018

Bespoked is the UK’s handbuilt bike show and it’s on point. It combines a friendly charm and exquisite craft with professional execution, and it represents the vibrant British scene while also attracting builders from around the world. The 2018 edition was last weekend and we went along to check it out. Fitted neatly into one […]

Heli-Biking the Kiwi Backcountry

Photos by Graeme Murray To most, New Zealand is best known for providing the dramatic setting for Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy. To the adventuring outdoorsman, skier, and mountain biker it’s the southern hemisphere’s Mecca. Curiously enough, New Zealand sits an equal distance from the equator as many of the best riding regions in […]