The access to the Mavic road performance: light and reliable, now with a wide rim for improved ride quality and comfort.
UB Control - The braking surfaces are precisely CNC machined.
QRM - Mavic only uses high quality sealed cartridge bearings. On QRM wheels, they feature double seating (2RS or LLU) together with tight C3 internal clearance.
FTS-L - Force Transfer System Light - Reinforcement of key transmission components: the contact area between the pawl and the hub body is reinforced by 2 stainless steel inserts, which allows the use of a 100% aluminum hub body.
H2 - Local strengthening of the rim in the area where the spokes exert the greatest stress.
Access to trademark Mavic quality
High quality cartridge bearings: QRM
Rim resistance: pinned join and H2 reinforced drilling
Straight pull spokes which are stronger than J-bent options
Access to the Mavic road-wheel efficiency
Wide rim accomodates wider tyres for improved comfort
Consistent and stable spoke lacing
Access to the Mavic look
Rear axle: Quick Release only
Front axle: Quick Release only
Freewheel: Shimano/Sram, convertible to Campagnolo with optional driver body
Pair without tyre: 1880 grams
Front without tyre: 865 grams
Rear without tyre: 1015 grams
Front and rear bodies: aluminum
Axle material: steel
Sealed cartridge bearings
Freewheel: FTS-L steel
For a longer longevity of the wheel, Mavic recommends that the total weight supported by the wheels don't exceed 120kg, bike included
ASTM CATEGORY 1 : road only
Recommended tyre sizes: 25 to 32 mm
ETRTO size: 622x17C
Internal width: 17 mm
Drilling: traditional with H2 reinforcement
Height: 21 mm
Valve hole diameter: 6.5 mm
Material: S6000 Aluminum
Brake track: UB Control
Nipples: steel, ABS
Shape: straight pull, bladed
Lacing: radial front and rear non-drive side, crossed 2 rear drive side
Count: 20 front and rear
Colour: Black only
Mavic is a French bicycle parts manufacturer, its name an acronym for Manufacture d'Articles Vélocipédiques Idoux et Chanel, founded by Charles Idoux and Lucien Chanel. The company is noted as a manufacturer of bicycle wheels. Mavic is based in Annecy, France. Since the 1970s, the company is an official partner and sponsor of the Tour de France.