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The Enve Custom Road is Enve's debut road bike offering. A small batch, US-built road bike platform that showcases Enve's years of carbon technology and development in a made to order, customizable chassis. Is it aero? Of course, all the while drawing deeply from Enve's extensive SES wheel development, but not to the detriment of ride quality and weight.
Available in two variants, race and all-road to hit optimal handling for how you ride, the Custom Road is handmade to your rider's exact fit specs. Either variant has room for up to a 35c slick tire and even has hidden fender mounts neatly hidden away.
Designed holistically as a complete chassis, the Custom Road includes one piece bar and stem, built to your size specs, fully integrated cable routing for improved aero performance and a svelte look, and incorporates an integrated seat mast for optimal flex and comfort.
With four graphics options and a wide range of available colors, your Custom Road can be personalized to your heart's desires. And if you're really after something unique, you can work directly with Enve's paint and design team for a fully custom finish.
To sweeten the pot, your Enve Custom Road will come with it's own premium SciCon flight case, making your dream bike your travel bike.
The Enve Custom Road will be available in incredibly limited quantities. To secure a spot in line make a $250 deposit here. Once a deposit has been made, one of our bike specialists will reach out to start configuring your build!
Complete bike pricing will vary considerably based on your desired build specs. As an example, a complete build with a Sram Red AXS drive train and SES Enve wheels starts at ~$12,500.
Have more questions? Just ask!
Curious about how the Enve Custom Road came to be? Check out the journal entry and learn the history. Want to know how it rides? Check our initial ride report here. And for more on Enve bikes, visit the collection page.