Built light for racing, built tough for training—Mavic's Ksyrium SR wheels do it all. Their stiff, lightweight Maxtal rims spin up to speed in a flash, whether you're attacking a climb or powering away on the flats. The QRM+ hubs feel like they'll spin forever while the aero Zicral spokes slice through the wind with the greatest of ease. When it comes time to lead the pack, mount up a set of Mavic's Ksyrium SRs!
Use a Mavic M10 wheel, leave the positioning wedge delivered with the wheel on the freewheel body, then mount a Shimano or SRAM 9 or 10-speed cassette.
For compatibility with a Campagnolo 10-speed ED derailleur:
Use a Mavic M10 wheel, remove the positioning wedge from the freewheel body, then mount a Mavic M10 cassette. Or, use a Mavic ED10 wheel and mount a Campagnolo ED10 cassette.
If you have any questions regarding derailleur or cassette compatibility, please call or stop by.
Mavic's Maxtal rims use 6000 aluminum, which is 30% stronger than 6106 aluminum.
Mavic's SUP rims boast welded and milled joints for superior strength and wheel balancing.
Mavic's UB Control technology features milled braking surfaces to improve braking.
Mavic's QRM+ hubs offer low-rolling resistance for more speed and feature sealed bearings for easy maintenance.
Mavic's FTS-L (Force Transfer System Light) ensures the cassette drive mechanism is ultra strong and light.
Mavic's Zicral spokes are made of aluminum and are 10% stronger than stainless-steel spokes, and lighter, too.
|Rim Material||Mavic Maxtal aluminum|
|Spokes (Front/Rear)||Mavic Zicral aluminum & carbon|
|Weight (Front/Rear)||645/800 grams|
|Lacing (Front/Rear)||Radial/Radial & 2-cross|
|Cassette Compatibility||Shimano/SRAM/Campagnolo (cassette sold separately)|
|Extras||Bearing tool, spoke wrench, computer magnet, Tracomp ring tool|
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- Good breaking surface
- Stays true
- Road biking
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- Good Breaking Surface
- Stays True
- Road Biking
LOOKS GOOD, STAYS TRUE, AND CLIMBS WELL. PETE