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Enve updates SES 3.4 wheels and releases new seatpost and fork

Published February 16, 2017

OGDEN, Utah (BRAIN) — Enve has revamped its best selling wheelset, the SES 3.4 and is releasing a new road seatpost and road disc thru-axle fork.

The SES 3.4 wheelset is going to a tubeless rim design and a wider profile optimized around 25mm width tires. Available in tubeless/clincher and tubular versions for rim brake, and tubeless/clincher for disc brakes.

The new rim shape has a 21mm internal rim width. The rear wheel rim depth is 42mm and the front is 38mm. The rims are available in complete wheels or separately.

Wheel options include hubs from Enve, DT Swiss, or Chris King. 

Weight: 1,331 grams (rim brake with Enve Carbon hubs), 1,403 grams (disc brake with DT240 hubs)
Retail price: $2900-$3500
The clincher rim is available now. The disc brake and tubular wheels and rims will be available April 1.

The new Road Seatpost started with the design of Enve's Carbon 400mm seatpost in a road-specific version that reduces weight and can house an internal battery for Di2 electronic shifting.

It has a twin bolt head design, is compatible with standard and oversized seat rails, and available in 25.4 and 27.2 diameters. The 25.4 post is available with a 25mm offset. The 27.2 post is available with zero setback or 25mm. Weight is 168 grams (27.2, 0mm offset)
Price is $275 and the posts are available now. 

The new Road Disc Thru-Axle Fork allows up to a 32mm tire while still maintaining an axle to crown height of 370mm. It's available in two rake options, 43mm or 50mm, to allow builders more flexibility in frame geometry.

The fork uses a 12x100mm alloy thru-axle, has internal disc brake hose routing with flat mount caliper attachment for 140mm or 160mm rotors. 

Weight is 425 grams and the price is $525. 

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