206 Miles Of Dirty Kanza: Enve G23 First Ride Review

206 miles of Dirty Kanza: ENVE G23 first ride review

Gravel products now fall into two categories: existing pieces that have been rebranded to catch the trend, and gear built from the ground up for the purpose. ENVE's new G23 is a bona fide gravel wheel, built for comfort and speed over the long haul. I took the new hoops for a 13-hour spin at the Dirty Kanza 200. ENVE rolls out two purpose-built gravel rims Winning bikes of the 2018 Dirty Kanza ENVE G23 highlights Made for 35-45mm tubeless gravel tires 330g rim with 23mm internal width 31.mm external width, 25mm depth 1,310g as tested with Chris King R45 CL hubs Claimed improvements to resisting pinch flats and impacts thanks to widen rim edges Hookless bead $2,800 as tested (UK and AU pricing not available) Racing the ENVE G23 at the Dirty Kanza 200 I've been spending way too much time on my bike recently. In the lead-up to ...

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