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Build Kit


ENVE Melee & Carbon Stem and Handlebar Cockpit


ENVE Foundation 45 Carbon Disc


SRAM Force AXS 10x33 / 46x33 Crank Set


Continental 5000x32c

Finishing Kit

Selle Italia Diva Saddle

Arundel Mandible Gloss Bottle Cages

Arundel Gecko Black Handlebar Tape

This week we’re featuring Jasmina’s new ENVE Melee.

We’re used to working with athletes at Signature; we’ve fitted many bikes for many professional cyclists, for whom a custom bike is key to getting the edge on their competition. Sometimes though, the professional athlete we’re fitting for isn’t a cyclist. Rather, they’re an athlete in another discipline, who is interested in the performance benefits that cycling can bring to their sport.

That’s the case with this week’s BOTW, a stunning blue ENVE Melee for Jasmina, one of the United State’s top fencers.

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Currently rated #2 in the US and #6 in the world for her age category, Jasmina is a highly accomplished fencer and prodigious athlete. Whilst her capabilities in fencing are extremely established, she is still building her cycling ability, so we recommended a bike that would help develop her balance, stability and cycling skill. As well as road use, she was also looking for a bike she could use to explore some of our local Greenwich gravel roads. Based on all of this, ENVE’s Melee was a clear choice, thanks to its multi-purpose design.

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We used the SRAM Force AXS wireless groupset for its intuitive design and ease of use, ideal for a new rider. The 2x gear ratio with the 10x33 cassette and the 46x33 crank will provide Jasmina with all the gears she needs to get started on her cycling adventures.

It’s worth noting the beautiful paint job on this bike. This is the new, limited edition blue frame color offered by ENVE, a stunning, deep matte blue with a hint of purple, with black decals that lend the bike a real elegance and style. This US made frame is custom painted in house at ENVE HQ in Ogden, Utah.

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It’s always highly interesting to see the connections that people make across athletic disciplines. Like Primož Roglič and his career as a ski jumper, or Remco Evenepoel’s stint in the Belgian National youth soccer team, sometimes skills from one sport can cross over, and enhance another. Usually just associated with endurance and fitness, cycling can also improve balance and agility, key skills in the fencing discipline.

We hope that Jasmina enjoys every mile on her beautiful bike, and that cycling can support and supplement her fencing career.