The 2021 ENVE Builder Round Up: 22 Bicycle Co, Ritte, Speedvagen, Alliance, Salt Air

We’ve got a few more galleries to go through from this weekend’s ENVE Builder Round Up and today we’re featuring the wonderful work of 22 Bicycle Co, Ritte, Speedvagen, Alliance, and Utah’s own, Salt Air. Enjoy!

No 22 Bicycle Co @22bikes

For their display bike, No 22 brought their Great Divide Disc model which was custom built for our salesperson Tony Brandotti. The Great Divide Disc is intended to be their versatile, responsive road bike. It’ll fit 34mm road tires and still be zippy on smaller road tires.

To add icing to this titanium cake, No 22 now has in-house Cerakote abilities with the intent of offering it as a production finish down the road, so this bike is a bit of an experiment in methods and finishes. Here, they used Storm-Trooper White Cerakote together with raw Ti and gold anodizing.

Ritte Bicycles @RitteCycles

Ritte’s new Satyr 2.0 titanium gravel bike that fits a 50mm tire and was made in Portland, Oregon in a small batch of stock sizing frames. For the Builder Round Up they worked with Santa Barbara-based Good Color Studio to design this beautiful paintjob.

Speedvagen @Speedvagen

Speedvagen needs no introduction here on the Radavist. Over the years we’ve done tons of projects with them and their work keeps getting better with each passing year. This Custom Speedvagen Rugged Road is the personal bike of Erika, SV’s customer service expert. Featuring our brand spanking new 2021 Surprise Me paint scheme and our signature fit philosophy based on balance.

Alliance Bicycles @AllianceBicycles

Bass boat paint fleck! Alliance’s hardtail with gold leafing logos just dropped the mic and walked away. What an amazing piece of frame finishing. Oh and this is a titanium bike too! No bragger’s triangle here. ;-)

Salt Air Cycles @SaltAirCycles

Salt Lake City’s Salt Air Cycles have quite the local following and rightfully so! Utah is proud of one of their framebuilders. This gravel bike is built from Columbus tubing and was painted a deep purple by ENVE’s own Shane’s Paints.


I hope you’ve enjoyed this series! We’ve got one last gallery going up tomorrow.