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|Mavic Ksyrium SLS Road Wheelset - Tubular
The Ksyrium SLS Tubular Road Wheelset is the latest update to Mavic's signature Ksyrium wheelset collection. The Ksyrium line has developed a strong following for its supreme blend of light weight, fantastic ride quality, and value. Naturally, the Ksyrium SLS is strong and responsive. But Mavic...
|Mavic Ksyrium SLS Wheel System
Although aluminum, Mavic's new Ksyrium SLS Wheel System comes in at a lightweight 1395 grams (without tires). This was achieved through Mavic's rim profile that has been extruded and machined, using Mavic's ISM 3D Technology to create the highly recognizable shape. The machined brake surface...
|Mavic Zxellium Elite-Pedal
If you're new to clipless pedals, you need ease of use above all else, which would make the Mavic Zxellium Elite pedals a very wise choice. As the entry level pedal in the Zxellium line, the Elite shares a slim profile and ridiculously easy iClic cleat interface, which makes getting in and out of...
|Mavic Zxellium SL-Pedal
The Zxellium SL isn't the lightest pedal in Mavic's lineup. It is, however, a lot less expensive than Mavic's lightest pedal, and still weighs just over 200 grams. Because Mavic substituted a bit of composite for the top dog's carbon fiber bits, it was able to keep the cost of the SL down....
|Mavic Zxellium SLR Ti-Pedal
At various points in the past, Mavic has made some incredibly lightweight pedals, but the Zxellium SLR Ti Pedal blows the rest out of the water. Thanks to a carbon fiber body and titanium axle, the SLR Ti pedals weigh in at a feathery 155g. But that's just getting started. With the renowned iClic...
|Mavic Zxellium SLR-Pedal
Second only to its Zxellium SLR-Ti pedal, the Zxellium SLR clipless road pedal lacks only the SLR-Ti's titanium spindles, which reduce weight by about 35 grams, to keep it from Mavic's very top shelf. The SLR's steel spindles, however, are better suited to larger, more powerful riders....