This is a really good looking pair of wheels which are bound for Ritchie’s Ibis Silk SL road bike. The bike is white with blue highlights and this pair of wheels will look fantastic on it!
Silver spokes add a classic feel to the wheels and two white spokes at each valve are subtle but will tie into the frame.
Blue Chris King R45 hubs sound as good as they look. Ritchie is only running 10 speed but the hubs are ready to go to 11 when he upgrades.
We made custom blue Enve decals for the 3.4 rims – we can make these decals in any colour under the sun (yep even fluro yellow and hot-pink!) to match your bike.
Chris had seen the Enve wheels we’d built for other people on our website and had done his research. He wanted a pair of carbon clinchers which would be more aero than his Fulcrum Racing 0′s but wouldn’t feel like boat anchors going uphill and he thought the Enve 3.4 rim would be a good fit.
Chris liked the look and sound of the King R45 hubs and was enamoured with their red colour.
We laced this combination with DT Swiss Aerolite bladed spokes. Custom black Wheelworks decals on the rim match the stealth Enve graphics and two white spokes add some class.
This pair of wheels is going to FLY on Chris’ Cervelo.
Alice is a light rider and wanted a pair of carbon wheels which can do double-duty between her road and TT bikes. We weighed up the pros and cons of the Enve 3.4s and 6.7s before deciding that the 3.4 would be more versatile for her.
To keep the wheels light we used an Alchemy ELF front hub and a DT Swiss 240s rear hub. This hub combination also means Alice won’t have to do much maintenance!
Blade Aerolite spokes with two white spokes and white decals look fantastic.
Who wouldn’t like a super light wheelset which has enough durability and enough brake performance (yes, even in the rain) that it can be ridden daily?
Modern high-quality carbon rims really are good…gone are the days of poor wet-weather performance or cracked rims from minor impacts. These Enve 3.4s lead the way.
We laced them with a super light Alchemy ELF front hub and DT Swiss 240s rear hub. This combination of hubs keeps the weight down to a bare minimum but both of these hubs are durable and don’t require any messing around to get them to work correctly: just fit and forget.
Two white spokes and custom decals add some colour. The blue matches the highlights on his Colnago C59.
The Campagnolo freehub body shows Tim is a man of taste ;-)
Jabez wanted an amazing pair of do-all wheels. He was in love with the red Chris King R45 hubs so we built the wheels around them.
The Enve 3.4 rim is the perfect balance of race speed and training durability. They’re nice and light, responsive to ride, and very aero.
DT Swiss Aerolite spokes hold everything together with two white spokes to add some colour to the wheels.
Bill wanted a pair of carbon clinchers for everyday use as well as events. We discussed the pros and cons of the Enve 3.4 and 6.7 wheelsets (and even looked at a 3.7 combination) and eventually settled on the 6.7
To keep the wheelset weight down we used an Alchemy ELF front hub – at only 66 grams these are remarkable light for a hub with such good durability.
We paired this with a White Industries T11 rear hub. The Campagnolo freehub body is made from titanium to keep weight down, and the wide flange spacing builds into a stiff wheel.
DT Swiss Aerolite spokes were used for their light weight and excellent durability. Every wheel we built has our lifetime no-broken-spoke guarantee.
This is a fantastic pair of wheels which will really shine when Bill winds it up on the flat and rolling hills of his local loops!
One of Sacha’s friends purchase a pair of wheels from us and Sacha was green with Enve.
For Sacha we matched the Enve 3.4 rim set to an Alchemy ELF front hub and a White Industries T11 rear hub. Both of these hubs are nice and light and have nice, wide flange spacing to ensure the Enves stay super stiff.
DT Swiss Aerolite spokes hold everything together. There are two white spokes at each valve and some red Wheelworks decals – this combination looks great!
As with all our wheels these have a lifetime guarantee against broken spokes.
Enjoy the wheels Sacha!
Chris has a handful of friends who are riding around on our wheels and he wanted to experience the difference for himself. His current wheels were breaking spokes and he’d heard about our lifetime guarantee against broken spokes and wanted a better pair of wheels.
We selected the Enve 45 clinchers for their light weight and excellent durability.
We laced them to an Alchemy ELF front hub and a White Industries T11 rear – a similar spec to Adam’s wheels which were done last week. For Chris we used two red spokes at each valve and matching red Wheelworks decals.
Custom black Enve decals make these wheels a little discreet to look at but they’ll be anything but boring to ride!
Don’t forget Rule#5 :-)
Adam is having a custom steel Zanconato built (yes, I’m jealous) and wanted a custom pair of wheels for it.
The wheels needed to be aerodynamic and stiff, and had to have very good durability. The Enve 45 rim is perfect – often overlooked because of the 3.4 the 45 rim works really well for larger, more powerful riders.
We matched the 45 rims to an Alchemy ELF front hub – the wide flange spacing builds into a stiff wheel and despite it’s super light 66 gram weight it’s very durable.
For the rear hub we used a White Industries T11. This is my favourite rear hub for larger riders – it’s titanium freehub body won’t skip or wear out and its steel axle and oversized bearings last really well.
All spokes are DT Swiss bladed Aerolites and there is one white spoke at each valve hole.
We supplied custom black Enve decals to tone down these wheels to suit the Zanc.
Tristan built these rims for Paul some time ago with a silver Alchemy ELF front hub and the first-generation ORC rear hub. Over two years of riding later Paul wanted to try the newer UL version of the Alchemy rear hub, and he wanted to use black rather than silver hubs.
Paul has also purchased a new frame – the Vinokourov edition Specialized with gold highlights – and wanted to tie the wheels to the frame.
Gavin re-laced Paul’s Enve rims and applied custom gold Enve decals. The result is stunning!