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Meet ENVE Fray

The All-New, All-Road, All-Day Ride


The all-new Fray is here, and there’s plenty to talk about. As with their MOG gravel bike and Melee road bike, ENVE’s Fray starts as a frameset, and then you’ll put your semi-custom build on it with their Chassis Concept to ensure Fray's components are a match for you. But deciding which components to choose is literally when you step into the fray. Is the new bike a gravel bike? Is it a road bike? How do you build a bike that’s designed for two different worlds? Let’s see what makes Fray, Fray, and help you decide how you want to ride it.

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Fray Is An Aero Endurance Bike


At Fray’s foundation is ENVE’s Real-World Fast tech of drag-reducing tube shapes, hidden cables, and an aero-optimized frame that zips along at its best when paired with 31-35mm tires. Geo is just the right of everything: a taller frontend than MOG for long-hour comfort, but with a shorter wheelbase much closer to Melee for agility and responsiveness. Speed, comfort, fun... that’s a delicious all-road recipe if you ask us.

It’s Geared For You


Fray fits up to 40mm tires in 1x, but, like mentioned above, is optimized to show its best ride quality on 31-35mm tires in a 2x setup (up to 38mm max). That said, we’d expect most of you would want to go with a 2x setup, which Fray fits chainrings of up to 53/39t in Shimano and 50/37t in SRAM. But if you feel you’ll do more chunky roads, Fray will fit up to a 55t in a 1x setup. And while the Fray is SRAM UDH-ready, it doesn't play nice with T-Type or mullet drivetrains, so check with our Gearhead® Experts when picking your ideal drivetrain.

Who Is Fray For?


Fray is for any of us who look for the long roads. Those who invent the route on the fly. Ones who love to tinker with gearing and tires selections on and off-road. And those of us who expect the bike to put as much into a ride as we do.