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You know about Enve, so there’s really no point in talking about how everything that Enve touches turns to gold—really, stiff, lightweight gold—you already know. The Enve Classic 25 Carbon Road Tubular wheelset won’t have any problem living up to your expectations, either.

As you probably already know, the Classic 25 is ridiculously stiff. This is a result of Enve’s carbon wizardry and intelligent design. Starting at the spoke holes, Enve uses a patented process molding process to route the carbon fiber in 100% continuous fibers around the spoke holes for the greatest possible strength. This adds strength and stiffness while reducing weight. When laced, this design allows for greater spoke tension, as well. Another ingredient in Enve’s low fat recipe is the use of removable bladders during the molding process. While most companies leave the bladder in the rim, Enve retrieves it to shed weight.

With all the focus placed on those gorgeous hoops, it’s easy to forget how important the build is. ENVE 25s are hand-built in the USA with DT Swiss 240 hubs. These are laced to the rim with 20/24 DT Swiss Aerolite bladed spokes. The low resistance and quick engagement of DT Swiss’ legendary 240 hub, coupled with the way-beyond-space-age technology incorporated into the rim, makes the Classic 25 a truly world-class wheelset.

  • 25mm rim depth
  • 22mm rim width
  • Patented continuous spoke-molding pattern
  • Removed molding bladder
  • DT Swiss 240 hub
  • Campagnolo or Shimano/SRAM compatible
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I bought Zipp 202 tubular wheels from you some years ago and apart from a front wheel hub that cracked, I am still quite pleased with them. I had to get a Edco cassette to accommodate an 11 speed system. Two questions: how would these enve classic 25 compare to my old 202s in terms of reliability and ride quality ? And could I use a regular red cassette on the enves? Thank you.