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July 23, 2018 1 min read

Technical Service Bulletin from ENVE on tubeless road tire compatibility with ENVE Road / Gravel and XC Rims:

"To guarantee a safe and enjoyable rider experience with the SES 4.5AR,M50, M525, G23, and G27 it is important that customers select and ride tires that we have tested and identified as reliable and safe to ride. 

In both lab and field testing, some tires have failed to remain securely mounted on the SES 4.5AR, M50, M525, G23, and G27 hookless bead designed rims. At standard operating pressures of <80psi/5.5bar, some tires are susceptible to “blow-off which is defined by the tire bead stretching off the rim. 

Approved/Recommended Tires

Mavic Tubeless Tires >28mm
Schwalbe Pro One Tubeless Easy 28mm
Schwalbe G One Speed Tubeless Easy 30mm
Maxxis Padrone Tubeless Ready 28mm
Hutchinson Sector Tubeless 28 or 32mm
Hutchinson Intensive 2 Tubeless 28mm

Incompatible/Not Recommended Tires
Specialized S-Works Turbo 2Bliss Ready 28mm
Any Tube-Type/Non-Tubeless Tires

We acknowledge that this list of tires is not comprehensive and that many new tubeless compatible tires are being introduced to the market on a regular basis. We will continue to add tires to this list as we test and qualify them."

For any questions on this or any other rim / tire / wheel build item please contact us!



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