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Shave seconds off your TT and triathlon times.
Lenticular flange on non-drive side minimizes drag.
Accelerate faster with less effort.
Aluminum axle offers strong durability with minimal weight.
Hold higher speeds with added control.
High-modulus, unidirectional carbon fiber flanges are wrapped over a honeycomb structure, producing the uncompromising stiffness that pro racers demand. The drive side flange is flat, which maximizes space for the cassette. The non-drive side is lenticular—a perfect solution to minimize drag. In certain wind conditions, the wheel produces forward lift and can generate its own momentum when a certain speed is reached. Its unique Exalith 2 rim technology provides consistent and reliable braking in wet and dry conditions.
- Joint: SUP welding technology
- Tire: tubular
- Exalith 2 brake track technology
- Asymmetrical walls: convex paracular (drive side) and lenticular (non drive side)
- Unidirectional and honeycomb weave, high modulus carbon fiber
- 6106 aluminum rim body
- Brake track: Exalith
- Tyre: tubular
- ETRTO size: 28 tubular
- Rear body: aluminum
- Axle material: aluminum
- Freewheel: FTS-L steel
- FTS-L freewheel technology
- QRM+ bearing preload technology
- Color: Black only
- Freewheel: Shimano/Sram, convertible to Campagnolo with optional driver body
- Front axle: Quick Release only
- Rear axle: Quick Release only
Compatible Adapters and freewheel bodies
- FTS-L Shimano / Sram freewheel body (30871101 - Delivered on the wheel)
- FTS-L Campagnolo freewheel body (30871201)
- BR601 Quick Release
- Exalith brake pads
- Valve extender
- Multifonction adjustment wrench (delivered with rear wheel)
- User guide
- ASTM CATEGORY 1 : road only
- For a longer longevity of the wheel, Mavic recommends that the total weight supported by the wheels doesn't exceed 120kg, bike included
- Recommended tire sizes: 18 to 25 mm
- Max Pressure: see indication on wheel and tire If they differ, use the lowest of the 2