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ENVE65 Disc Wheelset - Tubeless

$1,600.00

Item # ENV2SQ5

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  • Black, 12x100/12x142, Shimano/SRAM 11-Speed, Centerlock ($1,600.00)
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Description

Why We Like The 65 Disc Wheelset

While some of us have had the pleasure of owning a set of ENVE wheels, for many of us the price tag was just a bit too far out of reach. With the 65 Disc Wheelset, ENVE brings their premium carbon wheel technology to a broader audience.

  • Tubeless-ready, deep-dish carbon wheels for road, TT, or triathlon
  • Foundation aero technology is wind-tunnel tested and proven
  • Wide hookless bead is impact resistant, fends off pinch flats
  • Molded spoke holes increase the rim's strength
  • ENVE foundation hub provides efficient and responsive power transmission

Tech Specs
Rim Materialcarbon fiber
Wheel Size700c
Tire Typetubeless, clincher
Rim Depth65mm
Rim Width[internal] 21mm, [external] 28mm
Brake CompatibilityCenterlock disc
HubsENVE Foundation Road Hub
Front Axle12 x 100mm
Rear Axle12 x 142mm
SpokesSapim CX Sprint
Spoke Count24 / 24
Manufacturer Warrantylimited 5 years, lifetime incident protection
Weight

Actual Weight

Black, 12x100/12x142, Shimano/SRAM 11-Speed, Centerlock
1660g
58.55oz

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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[set] 3lb 9.9oz
1641g

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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Hello— Question about using an inner tube with Enve Tubeless tires——on these hookless rims On Enve’s website they indicate: Inner-Tube Compatible: Yes, Only with Tubeless/Tubeless Ready Tire Is it really okay to use these ‘hookless’ disc wheels with an inner tube (with approved tubeless tires, of course) .... for daily riding? I live in the mountains and am concerned about losing control (worst case scenario) with a downhill blow out at say 60+mph —-since it would be zero pressure immediately. Normally, an inner tube when flatting goes soft slower. Your thoughts would be appreciated.