ENVE M Series 90 Ten Carbon Fiber Mountain Bike 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.

    The most common current rear axle configuration for all-mountain bikes.
    This is boost. Frames 2015 model year and newer will most likely have a "boost" rear axle configuration.
    Common rear axle on DH bikes model year 2013 and older.
    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
    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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If you don't see your needed axle configuration listed, please give consumer support a call at 877.358.2869.

Limited Edition Details


The first and only UCI World Cup-winning downhill carbon fiber wheelset


Downhill riders and racers that have a no holds barred approach to their race equipment


To raise the bar on our former world championship winning ENVE DH wheelset and to provide the Santa Cruz Syndicate riders with the latest carbon fiber rim technology on the market. By saving weight, increasing strength and adding the utility of tubeless compatibility, the M90 is the wheelset of choice for today’s most discerning world cup racers and mechanics.

People Are Saying…

"They will knock your socks off from the moment you drop into that first, aggressive run."

"The performance advantages of the M90 are real. The riders claim It allows them to take unique lines and ultimately go faster. For me, the durability is my favorite aspect; we replace only a small fraction of the rims we used to when we rode alloy."

– Doug Hatfield - Syndicate Mechanic

The ENVE M90 Ten is unique as it is the only carbon fiber mountain bike rim that is fully optimized for downhill riding and racing. Consequently, the M90 Ten is the only carbon fiber wheelset that is actively being raced on the UCI Downhill World Cup Circuit. As such, the M90 has been ridden to the World Cup Downhill Overall Title under Santa Cruz Syndicate as well as numerous other World Cup podium finishes. The M90 saw success almost instantly on the World Cup circuit thanks to performance enhancing features such has hookless bead tubeless technology and ENVE’s patented molded in spoke hole technology. Tubeless technology brings real time savings to downhill racing by eliminating the additional weight of inner-tubes and providing less rolling resistance. Molded in spoke holes increase the efficiency of the full uni-directional carbon fiber construction by ensuring that fibers run around the rim continuously and uncut thus saving weight and increasing strength. It goes without saying that a carbon fiber downhill rim needs to be strong. The M90’s geometry is the most robust of all the M-Series wheels to ensure that the wheel can withstand the rigors of downhill racing and daily bike park laps. While the M90 is optimized and co-developed by World Cup downhill racers, it is equally at home on long big-mountain shuttle descents that include either lift or helicopter accessed terrain. Given that the M90 is still lighter than some company’s all-mountain rims, it is not unreasonable to consider pedaling the M90 up hill for very short intervals of time. As such, the M90 is optimized for downhill mountain bikes with travel ranging between 6.5-10″ (170 and 210mm). Each ENVE M90 Ten is manufactured in the USA.

M Series 90 Ten is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I'm in love! I've been running M90's on my downhill bike the past couple of years and they are great! The lightweight hoops allow me to get up to speed easier and quicker while in need for speed. The only precaution i take while running my M90s is frequiently checking my tire pressure to ensure it hasnt changed. I like to keep my tire pressure as high as possible without loosing too much traction in order to make sure i dont ding my rims on rocks and roots. I highly reccomend M90s to anyone who is looking for top of the line wheels for their downhill bike.
Date published: 2015-10-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Survived a thrashing! I have been running these rims on my DH bike for almost a year now and its fair to say they have held up a lot better than I expected. I have raced DH on them, sent the biggest jumps I could, done a season in Queenstown bike park, a season in Whistler bike park and even used them at Red Bull Ramapge and they are still going strong; cant complain with that!
Date published: 2015-10-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simply the best These wheels are incredible how strong they are. Overjumping, under jumping, flat landing or whatever bonehead move I pull these wheels are still going strong. Even after hundreds of laps in the Whistler bike park I still have the same set.
Date published: 2016-05-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Favorite component on my bike! Not only are they light and good looking, But they also perform amazing. They are stiff in the corners and more smooth in techy sections. Definitely recommend them to every type of rider.
Date published: 2016-05-07
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