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EB17: FiftyOne Bikes crafts ENVE10 Limited Edition to celebrate ENVE’s 10 year anniversary

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In addition to challenging the notion of pinch flats, ENVE had a number of bikes on display in their booth that were dripping with custom painted carbon. One of those bikes had a paint scheme that was literally dripping – and created to celebrate ENVE’s 10th anniversary.

EB17: FiftyOne Bikes crafts ENVE10 Limited Edition to celebrate ENVE's 10 year anniversary

EB17: FiftyOne Bikes crafts ENVE10 Limited Edition to celebrate ENVE's 10 year anniversary EB17: FiftyOne Bikes crafts ENVE10 Limited Edition to celebrate ENVE's 10 year anniversary EB17: FiftyOne Bikes crafts ENVE10 Limited Edition to celebrate ENVE's 10 year anniversary EB17: FiftyOne Bikes crafts ENVE10 Limited Edition to celebrate ENVE's 10 year anniversary

Ireland’s FiftyOne Bikes is known for making incredible custom carbon bicycles, and their ENVE10 is no exception. Limited to just 10 builds in honor of the 10 year anniversary for ENVE, each carbon bike will be completely custom fit to the owner with their choice of sizes for the custom painted ENVE components. Individually numbered from 1-10, the bikes include the custom paint shown above throughout, while the frame has structural improvements as well.

According to founder Aidan Duff, the frame is their first flat mount disc option, and it also includes all new seat stays and a new bottom bracket. Called the Dominator, the BB uses a titanium insert with a carbon shell to provide room for cables or wires around the BB and threaded BB.

EB17: FiftyOne Bikes crafts ENVE10 Limited Edition to celebrate ENVE's 10 year anniversary EB17: FiftyOne Bikes crafts ENVE10 Limited Edition to celebrate ENVE's 10 year anniversary EB17: FiftyOne Bikes crafts ENVE10 Limited Edition to celebrate ENVE's 10 year anniversary EB17: FiftyOne Bikes crafts ENVE10 Limited Edition to celebrate ENVE's 10 year anniversary EB17: FiftyOne Bikes crafts ENVE10 Limited Edition to celebrate ENVE's 10 year anniversary EB17: FiftyOne Bikes crafts ENVE10 Limited Edition to celebrate ENVE's 10 year anniversary

Nearly every component on the bike has been given the custom touch, and the paint job is incredibly complex with color changing paint and matching ENVE logos on the wheels. As mentioned, only 10 will be built and at least one is already claimed. Each bike will be available as a frameset with the ENVE fork, bars, stem, and seatpost for €6,500, or as a complete build with Dura Ace Di2 Disc for €12,400 or Campagnolo Record Disc for €11,900. Rim brake versions are also available.  Bikes also include a custom photo book of the build process and the finished product to keep on your coffee table for those days where you can’t ride, but still want to drool over your new bike.

Want one? Head over to the FiftyOne site to place your €1,000 deposit, and secure your favorite number (from 1-10), before they’re gone.

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Marin
Marin
5 years ago

They’re so special they managed to get exclusive Shimano Dura Aca group and even managed to pull off a feat of making their carbon bike look like welded aluminium.
That manufacturing technique from 90s is so cool and retro…

James Fryer
5 years ago

If you want this much ugly, you could save yourself some money and just buy a used Pontiac Aztec.

Antoine N
Antoine N
5 years ago
Reply to  James Fryer

And it would be cheaper!

Allan
Allan
5 years ago

This is why I really disagree with Shimano going all black with 9100. It does not go at all with this bike. At all. 9000 is such a better looking group, this boring black makes it look cheap.

blah blah blah
blah blah blah
5 years ago
Reply to  Allan

no way in the flesh 9100 looks awesome, as for looking cheap it makes 9000 look like 105

Antoine N
Antoine N
5 years ago
Reply to  Allan

Gotta agree with blah blah, it looks a lot better in real life than on pics.

Matt
Matt
5 years ago

I like the look of the bike and the tubing profiles used, but come on, clearly “Tenve” was a missed opportunity in the naming department.

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