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ENVE M-Series mountain bike wheels available, with a dose of #MondayMotivation

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Back in August we took a close look at ENVE’s overhauled second generation M Series carbon wheels that might just eliminate pinch flats. Thanks to a new generously radius-ed wide hookless bead on their light duty XC & Trail wheels (M5 & M6) and the new protective rim strip on their Enduro & DH wheels (M7 & M9), ENVE has had difficulty even trying to induce pinch flats (even when they smashed their rim to failure…check that link!).

ENVE M Series carbon hookless, tubeless mountain bike wheels

Well, all of those new M series wheels are now available, in seven models – M525, M630, M635, M640, M730, M735 & M930 – and both 27.5″ and 29″ variants.

To celebrate, ENVE just released this video of Luke Strobel running the new M7 wheels through their paces on the Whole Enchilada in Utah. Starting high up in the La Sal mountains the trail descends through several types of technical terrain down to the harsh red rocks of Moab, ending next to the Colorado River. It’s one of ENVE’s favorite places to try to break(in) their new wheels.

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Kernel Flickitov
Kernel Flickitov
5 years ago

Nice road gap at 2:07!

Michael Kay
Michael Kay
5 years ago

nice vid but it tells you nothing about the wheels !

myke2241
myke2241
5 years ago
Reply to  Michael Kay

The video did nothing for me. The audio was pretty bad the first 2 mins with exis rattling. Standard stuff beyond that. But if this was suppose to be any kind of advertisement for Enve new rim, it failed.

silverlining
silverlining
5 years ago

Great video. That trail has broken more than a few rims, bikes, and spirits. If you haven’t ridden it, kinda hard to understand. Definitely a big day out for most riders. I’m guessing they wanted to show the rim strength and versatility to tackle lots of conditions, but not ruin a good riding video with too much techno jargon.

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