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Unboxing The ENVE SES 3.4 Wheels


Simon Richardson, checks out the NEW ENVE SES 3.4 Wheels, and you can WIN them! Subscribe to GCN: 🤍 Get exclusive GCN gear in the GCN shop! 🤍 Let us know what you think of these ENVE wheels in the comments below 👇 These new wheels are designed for climbing yet come with an aerodynamic advantage, best of both worlds. The rims, 21mm internally, are designed for 25mm tyres and tubeless compatible, featuring a molded carbon brake track. This make the tyre to rim transition become smoother, making them more aerodynamic. The wider tyres also roll more efficiently, good news all around! The wheels are of different depth's to increase performance and handling characteristics. The front wheel is 38mm deep and rear is 42mm, the former helping with crosswinds. 20 Spokes in the front and 24 in the rear to help with power transfer. The wheels come with a full range of accessories, such as rim tapes, special high performance brake pads and skewers. We shouldn't forget about the DT Swiss hub internals and Ceramicspeed bearings housed inside of ENVE's own carbon fibre hub shell. These are the lightest wheels available from ENVE, 630g for the front and just 740g for the rear! A total of.... 1368g for the pair. If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link 👍 🤍 Watch more on GCN... The Truth About Wide Tyres And Wide Rims On Road Bikes 📹 🤍 Photos: © Bettiniphoto / 🤍 & ©Tim De Waele / 🤍 About GCN: The Global Cycling Network puts you in the centre of the action: from the iconic climbs of Alpe D’Huez and Mont Ventoux to the cobbles of Flanders, everywhere there is road or pavé, world-class racing and pro riders, we will be there bringing you action, analysis and unparalleled access every week, every month, and every year. We show you how to be a better cyclist with our bike maintenance videos, tips for improving your cycling, cycling top tens, and not forgetting the weekly GCN Show. Join us on YouTube’s biggest and best cycling channel to get closer to the action and improve your riding! Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside cycling Thanks to our sponsors: Alta Badia:🤍 // Maratona Dles Dolomites: 🤍 Assos of Switzerland: 🤍 KASK helmets: 🤍 fi’zi:k shoes and saddles: 🤍 and 🤍 Topeak tools: 🤍 Canyon bikes: 🤍 Quarq: 🤍 DT Swiss: 🤍 Science in Sport: 🤍 Orbea bikes: 🤍 Trek Bicycles: 🤍 Vision wheels: 🤍 Zipp wheels: 🤍 power2max: 🤍 Wahoo Fitness: 🤍 Park Tool: 🤍 Continental tyres: 🤍 Camelbak: 🤍 YouTube Channel - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Google+ - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Leave us a comment below!

Enve 3.4 SES Disc 2 Year Review


We discuss how the Enve 3.4 wheels transformed my cycling journey for the better. Overall, we go over what I have liked, and what I haven't.

ENVE SES 3.4 Carbon Road Wheel Review


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ENVE 3.4 GEN 2 | A wheel builders review and technical discussion


In this video Strada Hand Built Wheels review the ENVE 3.4 Gen 2 carbon wheelset featuring revised rim profiles and tubeless tyre setup. We discuss hub choice, how tubeless tyres effect spoke tension and how we resolve it.

Enve SES 3.4 AR - the ultimate gravel wheelset?


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New Enve SES Wheels Are The Lightweight Wheels You Want


Today Enve has launched a totally revamped SES wheelset range and introduced its lightest ever wheelset, weighing just 1197g. The 2.3 is the lightest disc brake tubeless wheel the company has ever made, and it's joined by a new 3.4, 4.5 and 6.7 to complete a new simpler range of wheels. They're all tubeless hookless and disc brake only and designed around 27mm wide tyres and made in the US. Enve bit.ly/38ovTQc0 Saddleback 🤍 Follow me: Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍

SES Deep Dive


Take a deep dive with Jake Pantone as he introduces each new wheelset in the Smart ENVE System lineup. Now in its fourth generation, the SES series represents the pinnacle of modern road wheel development and technology. Watch as Jake explains how we've optimized the 2.3, 3.4, 4.5, and 6.7 wheelsets for specific tire sizes and intended applications in order to deliver increased speed, comfort, stability and achieve Real World Speed. Discover which new SES model fits your riding style right here.

Enve SES 3.4 AR Wheelset Review


Full details and price here 🤍 Enve 3.4 All road clincher disc wheel set is designed for the way we ride now. The wide, tubeless ready hook less carbon rim can be used for both road (starting at 28mm) and gravel (up to 50mm) tires. Wheelset includes front and rear wheel with your choice of hubs. Included: - Tubeless Kit ( valves and tape) – Skewers 100/135mm (QR only) – Accessory Bag – Wheel Manual – Wheelbuild Card The SES 3.4 AR is the embodiment of the modern disc brake only road wheelset. Aerodynamically optimized for high volume tires (28-32mm), lightweight for long days in the mountains, high volume for all roads, and arguably the most versatile wheelset Enve has ever made.

ENVE SES 3.4 review by Strada Hand Built Wheels


A review of the ENVE SES 3.4 wheelset by Strada the hand built wheel team from Worthing, W Sussex. The versatile 3.4 is available as a clincher, disc and tubular wheelset from Strada.

NEW Enve SES Wheels


Jake from Enve breaks down the new SES wheels. SES 2.3 SES 3.4 SES 4.5 SES 6.7 New Enve hub P.S sorry for the background noise. Sea Otter was rowdy this year.

Enve SES 3.4 Rear Wheel with Chris King Hub - First Ride Thoughts


manged to borrow a n Enve 3.4 rear wheel while my Bora is away being fixed

Ruote Enve SES 3.4 AR Disc. Inizia il test...


Canale interno da 25 mm, ottimizzate per l'uso di pneumatici Tubeless da 28 a 32 mm. Enve dichiara che sono più comode e guidabili, ma anche più scorrevoli. Cerchiamo di capire se è davvero così... Qui trovate altre info dettagliate: 🤍

Zipp vs. ENVE carbon road wheels


If you’re ready to turn your road bike into a high-performance machine, aero carbon wheels are the best starting point. Zipp and ENVE are the two top choices. What's the difference and how do you choose between popular wheels like the Zipp 303, 404, and the ENVE 3.4, 4.5, and 5.6? What wheels do you ride? Let us know in the comments! Hi there. So nice of you to keep reading. Does this mean you like...like us? We hope so. Well, if that’s the case, you can get to know The Pro’s Closet more by internet stalking us. Don’t worry, we won’t think it’s weird. Check out the digs: 🤍theproscloset.com DM these posts to your friends: 🤍 Show your relatives this: 🤍 If you want to inquire within: 🤍 Chat with us: rideguides🤍theproscloset.com +1-866-401-9636

Slow motion 32mm tyre pressure testing on Enve SES 3.4


Enve SES 3.4 Disc wheels on BMC Alpenchallenge with Continental 32mm Gatorskins at varying PSI ridden against a ~40mm curb at ~20kph

ENVE Smart System 3.4 Review


ENVE Smart System 3.4 Review. Available from here 🤍 When I did this video my wheels were only 5-600 miles old. Now 2000 miles in they are just a great. The Chris King hubs spin forever and although they need a quick tighten up service every 6 months they are beautiful to work on and ride.

The Carbon Wheelset Built for All Roads | 3.4AR x Meteor Giordana Racing


When we told Colin Strickland and Kevin Girkins of Meteor x Giordana that we had developed the most versatile road wheel yet, they were skeptical. After a wild season, however, they’d proved it to us and themselves. From the fast pavement of Laguna Seca Raceway, to the singletrack of the Belgian Waffle Ride, to the flint rocks of Dirty Kanza, the 3.4 AR was put to the test week in and week out. After eight months, thousands of riding miles, too many flight miles, and numerous race wins, the 3.4 AR proved it could take you anywhere, on all roads. See where it took Colin and Kevin.

Enve Smart System 3.4 wheelset Review


Julian at Contender Bicycles gives us a rundown and reviews the Enve Smart System 3.4 wheels. DIrect Link to the 3.4's: 🤍

Enve 3.4 AR Disc Wheelset Unboxing, Weight And Impressions


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Introducing the SES 3.4AR


Introducing the SES 3.4 AR, the embodiment of the modern road wheel set. Built specifically for disc brake and high volume road tires, the result is a wheel built for more speed and more fun on all roads.

The Big Question: ENVE Vs. Zipp. Which is REALLY better?


I was not paid for this review, and I used gear I already owned to make the comparison. However, if you'd like to support my channel via the Competitive Cyclist Affiliate program then please click here to shop for ENVE and Zipp wheels! 🤍 When you think about carbon wheels, two names come to mind. I’ve spent the better part of the last 15 years on one or the other, and I’m gonna share my experience with you. OK, here we go. There may be other carbon wheel companies in the world, but few have the quality and reputation of ENVE and Zipp. The first set I owned from either brand was the aluminum-rimmed Zipp 404 clincher. Zipp sent them to me as a long-term tester with the intent that I’d beat them to death for a year. I did. And when I sent them back a year later they were as round and true as the day I got them. Since then I’ve owned basically everything they make - 202, 303, 404 pre and post firecrest, and in both tubular and clincher. I actually JUST sold a set of 2011 vintage 404 tubulars, which I still rode 2-3 times a week but my current set is the 303 disc firecrest tubeless. My first pair of ENVEs came a little later, in the summer of 2015. They were a set of three four SES clinchers on DT hubs, and then I had two sets of four fives SES’s on DT’s and I’m on my second set of four five AR SES disc wheels - this time with King hubs. Being fully transparent, the reason I made the big shift is something that’s going to be a recurring theme here - I’m cheap, and my pricing on ENVE wheels blew Zipp out of the water. But, I’ll come back to that. So, let’s start with what I really like about Zipp. First and foremost, they’re basically indestructible. I’ve hit foot-deep potholes dead-on, and was thrashing them around on ‘gravel’ rides YEARS before gravel rides were a thing. Second, they ride like a real bike wheel - they’re not unduly harsh or unforgiving and they spin up and hold speed insanely well. Third, I’ve toured their Indianapolis factory, and seen first hand how they build and test their rims. The word painstaking doesn’t even do it justice - the amount of time...and care...they put into each wheel - as they build it by hand - is mindblowing. And aside from the asian sourced carbon, EVERYTHING from the molds to the hubs, is manufactured right here in the USA. The same is true of ENVE - they’re an all american company hand-molding and building these rims and wheels one at a time in Utah. The technology is a bit different...for example the MOLD their spoke holes rather than drilling them and you won’t find any golf ball like dimples on the rims. ENVE also has a slight egde in the market because they’ve embraced wider rims that accommodate a broader range of tires. So, for example a 28c tire on the 303’s still meausres 28 when inflated, but when you install a 30 on the ENVES it actually balloons to just under 33. So after all that - why have I landed on THESE two wheelsets? Well, that’s a good question. Honestly, I think the 303 in any permutation or vintage is the hands-down gold standard for an all-around road wheel and I’ll always own a pair, period. They’re just that good. The 303’s shallow enough to remain light, but at 45mm still deep enough to be VERY aerodynamic. Now if you were paying attention, you would have noticed my emphasis on ROAD wheel when I described the 303’s. That brings me to the ENVES - my four-fives are 49mm front and 55mm rear, so definitley deeper - on par with the 58mm 404’s but not quiiiiite as deep. From an aerodynamics perspective they split the difference nicely and they’re optimized for front versus rear wheel drag. But here’s where they start to stand out: My King hubbed version is almost 100 grams lighter - and because the rims are wider these wheels have a bigger useable range. I can do every thing from a hardcore group ride with 80 PSI on down to an all day mixed terrain slog like BWR at 50-60 PSI and keep them on the same bike - My R5. They climb and hold speed just like the 303’s, And I really like the fact that I can completely alter the ride quality of my bike with a floor pump. I don’t ride solely on the road anymore, and just about EVERY ride I do these days has a dirt road in it somewhere. Which leads me to ENVE’s true secret weapon: Lifetime Incident Protection. If you sustain virtually ANY damage aside from normal wear and tear and long as you’re the original owner of the wheels, ENVE will replace the wheels at no charge - excluding shipping, parts, and labor. At the end of the day, they’re both great choices. But if you find yourself veering into the dirt more and more, and you want to ride them to the limit - ENVE’s AR range kinda pulls away from Zipp.

Enve SES 3.4 Test: Schwarzes Gold für die Straße?


Sie sind leicht, effizient und teuer: Enve Laufräder aus Carbon. Da macht auch der Allroung-Aero-Laufradsatz SES 3.4 keine Ausnahme. Wir haben uns gefragt: Lohnt sich eine solche Investition? Und ist ein Carbon-Laufradsatz überhaupt mit dem Wunsch nach einem nachhaltigen Produkt vereinbar? Hier ist unser Video zum Enve SES 3.4 Test, den ihr auf unserer Webseite findet: 🤍

Enve SES 3.4 Disc Rear Wheel Spin


The hubs are White Industries CLD, with Sapim CX Ray spokes. It's built by ProWheelBuilder. It has 1300 km and I believe the hubs are broken in. More about the wheelset here 🤍

NEW Enve Custom Road bike First Look | US-made custom carbon race bike


Earlier this year Enve launched its first ever road bike, the Custom Road, and while it's currently only available in the US, one has snuck its way to the UK and I was given very exclusive access to take a first look. More at 🤍 Follow me: Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍

Chris King R45 ceramic hub rolling sound on ENVE 3.4


Freewhe hub sounds different when there's no load on it. Here's a videos of my Chris king r45 ceramic free wheel hub sound. These are laced to my enve 3.4 and rolling in schwalbe pro one tubeless 25c tires.

Smart ENVE System : Purpose Built. Real-World Fast


Introducing the new Smart ENVE System. Building on more than a decade of SES history, the new four-wheel line delivers a premium riding experience and performance upgrade for every type of rider, across all terrain. Utilizing our latest construction techniques and laminate designs, the new SES wheel lineup is our lightest yet. Meet the new SES 2.3, SES 3.4, SES 4.5, and SES 6.7 purpose-built wheels. Which wheel are you?

Backroads & Byways: Escalante Utah on the 3.4AR


Learn more about the SES 3.4AR wheel set:🤍 Introducing the SES 3.4 AR, the embodiment of the modern road wheel set. Built specifically for disc brake and high volume road tires, the result is a wheel built for more speed and more fun on all roads. For the modern cyclist, going for a ride often means dealing with traffic, potholes, and crowded roads. Our fast paced lifestyles narrow our views to the quickest way from A to B. But in the shadows of I-15 lie a network of backroads and byways winding through Southern Utah, quitely waiting to take a rider on their dream journey. Featuring Utah's Scenic Byway 12 near Escalante, Utah, Grand Staircase - Escalante National Monument, and Red Canyon.

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My Wife has SEIZED My Enve Carbon Wheels!


Channel Subscription: 🤍 Become a Channel Member ($4.99 AUD pm): 🤍 Sungod Cycling Sunnies: 🤍 In June 2019, my wife Alice tried carbon wheels for the first time. It was my Enve 6.7 tubulars. Since then I have chopped and changed wheels on her Specialized Tarmac to suit my riding schedule, but she's had enough! After confronting her bike with Fulcrum 5 wheels and Schwalbe Marathons the other day, she said she's keeping the Enve's for good. So it looks like I'm now in need of a new set of carbon wheels for my BMC Teammachine SLR01. #Enve #carbon #wheels

Custom Spec Cervelo R5 Disc Dura-Ace 9170 (Enve 3.4)


a look at the custom spec on this Cervelo R5 with full Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 9170 and Enve 3.4 wheels

Chris King hub sound laced in ENVE 3.4 ar disc


Chris king r45 hub laced on enve 3.4 ar disc.

Chris king hubs with enve 3.4


Chris king hubs

Enve Carbon wheels VS Winspace Hyper 38


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ENVE SES 3.4 Powertap G3 Clinchers


ENVE SES 3.4 Powertap G3 Clinchers -dual bluetooth/Ant+ -11 speed Shimano/SRAM -skewers -S-WORKS Turbo 24c -inner tubes 60mm -hub cap tool pictures: 🤍

ENVE Foundation Wheels Vs. Zipp, Mavic, Campagnolo, and EVERYBODY ELSE! (UPDATED VERSION)


ENVE supplied the wheels to me at no charge, and I was not paid for the review by either ENVE or Competitive Cyclist. I am, however, in the Competitive Cyclist Affiliate program, so if you click below, every purchase you make helps support my channel: 🤍 If you’re shopping for aftermarket wheels, there’s a dizzying array of choices and you can very easily sink into PARALYSIS by ANALYSIS if you’re not careful. So, I’m here to make this easy for you - close all those browser tabs and just buy a set of ENVE foundation wheels. Dollar for dollar, I just can’t find anything better. OK. So...bear with me here because this is gonna get nerdy...the Foundation 45’s are 45mm deep versus a front/rear depth of 39 and 43 on the 3.4’s and 49 and 55 on the 4.5’s. The 5.6’s are 54 and 63, but they’re not tubeless. Both version s of the 303 are 45 AND tubeless front and rear - just like the foundations. If we look at the foundation 65’s, they’re more aligned with the ENVE 5.6 and fall in between zipp’s 404 and 808. They’re a bit too deep for my tastes, and I didn’t get to test a pair but the data on ENVE’s site puts them in the same aerodynamic range as their DEEPEST wheels with one YUGE difference: they’re tubeless, so you get the added benefit of lower rolling resistance. Here’s what I mean: on paper, the 1600 dollar Foundation 65 could possibly be the FASTEST wheel that ENVE makes. The charts on enves site show a difference of only 1.78 more watts of aerodynamic drag than the SES 7.8 wheels, a number that’s EASILY overcome by the improved rolling resistance of tubeless tires. And...I’m just gonna leave that...right here...and move on to the wheel I actually, physically tested, the 45’s. At a high level, you get the same carbon, you get ENVE’s patented molded spoke holes (which are more durable than drilled holes), and you get a really nice set of house-brand hubs with NTN steel bearings. The premium wheels have STAINLESS steel bearings and a slightly lighter hub shell. Both versions have Sapim spokes, but the Foundations have the slightly heavier CX-Sprint instead of the CX-ray. The sprints are more durable and stiffer, where the rays are lighter, springier, and more aero. The 45’s weigh 1541 grams versus 1417 on the 3.4 AR and 1525 on the Zipp 303S. The new firecrest 303 is 40 mils deep and because of the shallower depth they hit 1352g. But it’s the internal and external rim width that really separates the 45’s from ENVE’s premium line. The 45’s and 65’s have an internal width of 21mm and an external width of 28mm. The 3.4’s clock in at 25 and 32. Both have the wide hookless system for increased durability and ease of installation but what this means is you can’t really run anything smaller than 28 on the AR series AND that your tires are going to balloon up about 2-3mm on the AR’s (for example, my 30’s measure just over 32 on the 4.5’s but the 28’s I had on the 45’s measured true to size, with no balooning. It’s not a huge thing, but if you prefer 25’s and 28’s because you’re a pure road rider who sticks to the pavement then the Foundations might be the better choice. I’ve also had the expectation that to get ALL THAT I’d need to spend premium bucks on premium wheels. Cutting corners was not allowed. And, man - I gotta be honest - if there was some way to subject myself to a blindfolded test of each set, I’d be VERY hard-pressed to tell you which is which and I couldn’t look you in the eyes say my $3500 4.5’s are any measurable percentage better than these $1600 Foundations. I mean sure - if you look at the numbers and throw the premium wheels in the wind tunnel they test better. And this comes back to my echoing refrain of “if you’re the type of guy who doesn’t want to leave anything on the table…” then sure - step up to the 3.4’s or 4.5’s and upgrade to the King hubs like I did. But if you’re not gonna lie awake at night wondering if the extra grand will get you to the top step of the podium - which it very well might - then I just can’t make a case for the higher end wheels. The Foundations are just. That. Good. They check all my boxes and they’re perfectly balanced. So balanced, in fact, that after a few months with the 45’s I just can’t let them go - I bought this demo set for myself. I don’t know if ENVE wants to hear that or not, and I don’t know if they’re worried about cannibalizing sales of the high end stuff. Who knows...maybe they looked around and figured out that a lot of guys like me have a road race bike and a gravel race bike and that they can sell us, effectively, two for the price of one.

ENVE Factory Tour: How they make & test Rims, Wheels, Frames & More!


"We are more than riders… We are risk-takers, engineers, and innovators, driven by our love of cycling. We are a dynamic collection of skilled individuals that create the world’s best carbon fiber products. Partnering with the prominent frame builders of our time and the world’s best athletes, we combine industry-leading technology with world-class athlete feedback to provide our customers with the ultimate in lightness, stiffness, and durability. Born from a desire for a better ride, we strive to deliver our consumers products without compromise." - ENVE, Made in the USA Without a shadow of a doubt, ENVE Composites are one of the world's leading manufacturers of carbon fibre components such as rims, complete wheelsets, cockpit parts, and more recently, frames. All of that long-standing expertise is headquartered in a modern facility in ENVE's world headquarters, located in Ogden, Utah, a little north of Salt Lake City. A truly beautiful area for more than just skiing! In this video, Jake Pantone, VP of Product & Consumer Experience, takes the Gravel Cyclist audience along for a comprehensive tour of the inside workings of ENVE. From base materials to rim construction, finishing, wheel building, frame building, paint, and extensive testing, this tour covers just about all of the operations under the roof of ENVE HQ. ENVE Composites - 🤍 Links of Interest: ENVE Grodeo & Builder Round-Up - 🤍 ENVE Custom Road / Allroad Bikes - 🤍 ENVE AG25 Foundation Gravel Wheelset Review - 🤍 ENVE Composites G23 Wheelset Review - 🤍 ENVE Composites G27 650b Wheelset Review - 🤍 BERD Spokes / ENVE G23 Carbon Gravel Wheelset Review - 🤍 The Hookless Bead Rim: How It Works & Who They're For - 🤍 Gravel Cyclist's Route Library - 🤍 Amazon Affiliation Link: No cost to you, but every purchase made helps keep Gravel Cyclist up and running! - 🤍 Web: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍

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