ENVE Carbon Fiber Cyclocross Disc Wheelset

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  • Rim Volume - Each M Series rim is optimized for specific tire volumes. Your preferred tire size should guide your decision between standard and high volume M Series wheels

    • M60 – 2.1 – 2.25" Tire Width
    • M60 HV – 2.3 – 2.4" Tire Width
    • M70 – 2.3-2.4" Tire Width
    • M70 HV – 2.4 – 2.5" Tire Width

    29 Inch Wheels

    • Best speed holding
    • Best traction
    • Smoothest rolling over rough terrain and obstacles
    • Good lateral stiffness
    • Slowest accelerating
    • Best for hard tails and short travel suspension bikes

    27.5 Inch Wheels

    • Best features of 29 inch and 26 inch wheels
    • Smoother than 26 inch over rough terrain and obstacles
    • Quicker acceleration than 29 inch wheels
    • Better traction than 26 inch wheels
    • Agility and handling on par with that of a 26 inch wheel
    • Best for medium to long travel suspension bikes
  • 28 Hole

    • Slightly lighter wheel build
    • Best for lighter riders
    • No difference in durability

    32 Hole

    • Slightly heavier wheel build
    • Increased stiffness
    • Best for heavier or more aggressive riders
  • ENVE supports standard 100mm and boost 110mm front wheel 15mm thru-axle systems on all wheels except the M90 which uses a 20mm front axle. We can convert thru-axles to accommodate quick releases if your fork requires the use of a quick release. Front axle specifications are provided by your fork manufacturer.

    Standard = 15mm x 100mm Thru-axle
    Boost = 15mm x 110mm Thru-Axle

  • Rear axle configuration is determined by your frame. You can find most in the specs section of the manufacturer website.

    12x142
    The most common current rear axle configuration for all-mountain bikes.
    12x148
    This is boost. Frames 2015 model year and newer will most likely have a "boost" rear axle configuration.
    12x150
    Common rear axle on DH bikes model year 2013 and older.
    12x157
    Most common rear axle configuration on model year 2014 and newer DH bikes.
  • Shimano/SRAM 10
    All Shimano 10/11 speed and SRAM 10 speed component groups
    XD
    All SRAM 1x11
  • DT 180 CL
    DT Swiss' lightest hub with centerlock brake rotor style
    DT 240 6B
    DT Swiss' most popular hub with 6 bolt brake rotor style
    DT 240 CL
    DT Swiss' most popular hub with centerlock brake rotor style
    DT 350 6B
    DT Swiss' most affordable hub with 6 bolt brake rotor style
    DT 350 CL
    DT Swiss' most affordable hub with centerlock brake rotor style
    Chris King 6B
    Chris King hub with 6 bolt brake rotor style

    Note: DT 180 only comes standard with a center lock brake style. Chris King only comes standard with a 6 bolt style. We can convert both of these to accommodate any build. Just call us.

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Limited Edition Details

WHAT IS IT?

A disc brake-specific carbon fiber tubular wheel designed from the ground up to be the ultimate cyclocross racing hoop

WHO IS IT FOR?

Cyclocross racers looking for the ultimate in lightness, stiffness, width, and durability

WHY DID WE MAKE IT?

At ENVE, we love the sport of cyclocross and over the years, members of the cyclocross community have been some of our most loyal and vocal supporters. As such, we wanted to develop a cyclocross specific carbon tubular wheelset for the die-hard cyclocross racers of the world.


The ENVE CX disc specific carbon fiber tubular is designed for cyclocross racers looking for the ultimate in cyclocross race performance. As such, the tire bed has been developed for use with 33mm tires and is capable of withstanding frequent tire installations and removals. The shape of the tire bed has been further refined to reduce the instance of pinch flats. The ENVE CX rim is 28mm wide and 31mm deep. Because the ENVE CX is disc brake specific it does not feature a brake track and cannot be used with rim brakes. One of the great benefits of developing a rim for disc brake specific use is that the engineering team is no longer bound by the constraints caused by braking on the rim. The result is a rim that is substantially lighter and more compliant without sacrificing the strength or impact resistance of the rim. The ENVE CX tubular rims come in a 28 hole count only to maintain an optimal degree of stiffness and strength required for the frequent accelerations and decelerations that define cyclocross racing. Each ENVE CX cyclocross tubular is proudly manufactured in the USA.

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