The bike, named ENVE10, is offered in a very limited run of just ten bikes available as a frame, fork, seatpost, stem and bars for £6,000 / €6,500 or as a full build with a Shimano Dura-Ace R9170 disc groupset or Campagnolo Record disc for £11,500 / €12,400 and £11,000 / €11,900 respectively.
As well as the bike, each customer will also receive a “high gloss photobook with photos of the bike in build and the finished product” as well as a certificate of authenticity.
The frame and Enve components will each bear the limited edition ten-year Enve logo.
Each of the Enve components on the bike will feature the custom anniversary logoFiftyOne
FiftyOne Bikes was founded by ex-professional rider Aidan Duff, who bought a frame building equipment from 73 year-old master frame builder Mauro Sannino in Bavaria.
Wanting to make “individual machines for individual riders” Duff travelled to the traditional manufacturing plants in the Far East, but couldn’t find the right product.
The bike is being launched at the Eurobike showFiftyOne
Upon discovering that Sannino’s workshop was shuttered up, and with no apprentice to continue the work, Duff moved the workshop equipment to Ireland and created FiftyOne.
Only selling custom builds, with no off-the-shelf options, FiftyOne offers “optimal fit, immaculate design, with a flawless finish.”