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65 Disc Wheelset - Tubeless

2 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews

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Why We Like The 65 Disc Wheelset

While some of us have had the pleasure of owning a set of ENVE wheels, for many of us the price tag was just a bit too far out of reach. With the 65 Disc Wheelset, ENVE brings their premium carbon wheel technology to a broader audience.


  • Tubeless-ready, deep-dish carbon wheels for road, TT, or triathlon
  • Foundation aero technology is wind-tunnel tested and proven
  • Wide hookless bead is impact resistant, fends off pinch flats
  • Molded spoke holes increase the rim's strength
  • ENVE foundation hub provides efficient and responsive power transmission
  • Item #ENV2SQ5
Rim Material
carbon fiber
Wheel Size
Rim Type
Rim Depth
Rim Width
[internal] 21mm, [external] 28mm
Brake Compatibility
Centerlock disc
ENVE Foundation Road Hub
Front Axle
12 x 100mm
Rear Axle
12 x 142mm
Sapim CX Sprint
Spoke Count
24 / 24
Claimed Weight
[set] 3lb 9.9oz (1641g)
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 5 years, lifetime incident protection
tubeless tape, 2 alcohol pads, 2 valve stems

Overall Rating

2 based on 2 ratings

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3 out of 5 stars

October 5, 2023

marked up

These exact wheel set is 1400 dollars on ENVE website. I'm not sure why they're so much more expensive here???

David A

Originally reviewed on

1 out of 5 stars

October 27, 2021

Nothing but issues with these wheels

I've put it through the wringer

You have to run tubeless tires but they don't come with the tubeless tape preinstalled which has been a huge pain. My local bike shop and myself have not been able to get the tape to hold pressure like it should I believe due to a indentation in the mold. I can't count the number of flats I have gotten with these wheels anymore.

spencer r

Originally reviewed on