Last week I had the opportunity to shoot Whitney Allison’s embarged ENVE MOG. Even though ENVE’s new gravel frame wasn’t publically acknowledged until today, Whitney and Zack Allison of Bike Sports had been successfully racing/testing them since late September. They picked them up just after the Utah Belgium Waffle Ride and shortly thereafter, Whit rode hers to a 2nd at BWR Kansas and 8th at Big Sugar. The pair’s Mogs are nearly identically built with ENVE rims, bars, stem and dropper posts, Shimano GRX Di2, WTB tires, and Ergon saddles. Keep scrolling for the full build.

You can see YGR’s review of Zack Allison’s ENVE Melee here

The Build

Frame: 2023 ENVE Mog, size 52
Fork: New ENVE adventure fork (clears 50mm tires (2.0))
Rear shock: n/a
Front derailleur: Shimano GRX 2x 48/31
Rear derailleur: Shimano GRX
Brake levers: Shimano GRX
Brakes: Shimano GRX 160/160mm rotors
Shifters: Shimano GRX
Cassette: 11/32 11 speed
Bottom Bracket: T47 inboard 24mm
Cranks: Shimano GRX 170mm
Chainrings: Shimano GRX – Shimano GRX 2x 48/31
Power Meter: Stages Left Arm
Pedals: Shimano XTR
Chain: Shimano 11 speed
Front Hub: Enve Alloy
Front Rim: ENVE SES 3.4 (30mm, front is 30 rear 40)
Front Tire: WTB Vulpine 40mm SG2
Rear Hub: Enve Alloy
Rear Rim: ENVE SES 3.4
Rear Tire: WTB Vulpine 40mm SG2
Saddle: Ergon Women’s SR
Stem: ENVE 110mm
Bars: ENVE AR 40cm width, flare
Computer: Wahoo Roam
Computer mount: K-Edge Enve Computer Mount
Tools: Feedback Sports
Sealant: WTB TCS Tubeless Tire Sealant

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