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ENVE announces new General Manager, Mike Stimola

Published January 26, 2023

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January 25, 2022 – Ogden, Utah, USA – ENVE Composites is pleased to announce the appointment of Mike Stimola as the new General Manager of ENVE Composites. Mike brings with him many years of leadership and business experience, both inside and out of the cycling industry. Mike is taking over this responsibility from Jeremy Venz. Under Jeremy’s leadership, ENVE continued to evolve and grow into one of the most respected and desired performance brands in cycling.

In his new role, Mike will foster ENVE’s culture of innovation, and oversee the execution of ENVE’s global business strategy as well as the day-to-day operations at ENVE’s headquarters and manufacturing facility in Ogden, Utah, USA.

“ENVE is a unique and iconic brand in the industry. I look forward to working with the team as we bring ENVE to the next level in cycling,” says Mike.

Mike will be based at ENVE’s headquarters in Ogden, and he will report to Michael Schineis, President of Amer Sport’s Winter Sports Equipment, and member of the Amer Sports Executive Board.

Michael would like to, “thank Jeremy for his great commitment, leadership, and dedication to the ENVE brand over recent years. Together with the ENVE leadership team, Mike will continue to develop and escalate the ENVE brand with the full support of Amer Sports.”


About ENVE

Located in Ogden, Utah, ENVE Composites is a manufacturer of handmade carbon fiber bicycle frames, rims, components, and apparel. Partnering with the prominent frame builders of our time and the world’s best athletes, ENVE combines the best composite technologies with real world athlete feedback to provide our customers with the ultimate in performance, durability, and quality. ENVE designs and manufactures 100% of their rims and the new Custom Road Bike in their Ogden, Utah, USA facility.

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