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Feb 28, 2019 at 0:09Feb 28, 2019
Review: Enve’s M735E Wheels Fail Our Test
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The frame has never been invisiframed so there are scuffs and marks as you would expect - all of which are pictured. The largest mark on the frame is where a rock struck the inside of the chainstay which flaked some of the paint. This was examined by a carbon repair specialist and diagnosed as cosmetic damage - this happened at the start of 2016 and has not developed or changed in any way over 2 more years of riding. Forks Shock & Seatpost serviced every year since new - last service by Cycle Factory Todmorden. Bearings replaced where necessary. Chain, Cassette & pads changed recently. A well specced - well looked after bike. Frame - Size Large Forks - Fox 36 Factory (no marks on stanchions) Shock - Fox Float CTD Factory (no marks on stanchion) Brakes - Shimano XT Headset - Hope Stem - Hope 35mm Seat Post - Rockshox Reverb Stealth Handlebars - Thompson Trail Carbon Rims - WTB Frequency I23 Tyres - MAXXIS Minion DHF & High Roller II Hubs - Hope Pro Evo 2 Rear Mech - SRAM x1 Cranks - SRAM x1 Pedals - Superstar Nano x I have also made a video of the bike so that you can have a closer look at everything: https://streamable.com/8u2mr I think that I have shown everything I can think of, and focused on every mark on the bike so that you can get a good look at it. I also tapped a coin along where the rock-strike happened on the chainstay. If an area of carbon has cracked deeper than the surface it sounds dull/different when you tap along the area of the frame. I'll also throw in a spare rear-mech hangar, and the SantaCruz grease-gun for the bottom pivot.