$49.95 - $54.95
If the long and winding road is your cup of tea, then Mavic's A319 is the rim of choice. Designed with the touring and trekking crowd in mind, the A319 utilizes burly double-walled box construction and double eyelets, as well as Mavic's control-enhancing UB brake surface, to ensure that your cross-country travels are worry free.
Whether you need a training wheel or a no-nonsense daily rider, Mavic's Open Sport are the benchmark for all-around on-the-road durability and performance. Maxtal aluminum construction, Mavic's control-enhancing UB brake surface, single eyelets, and low-profile box construction all lend themselves well to a rim that pounds out the miles in style.
$74.95 - $79.95
One of the most celebrated rims in the history of road cycling, Mavic’s Open Pro remains the example to which high-end aluminum road rims are compared. Its design is tried and true, and its Maxtal material delivers a perfectly balanced strong, rigid, and lightweight wheel build. It also features Mavic’s Soudé Usiné Process (SUP), a process by which the rim is arc welded and machined smooth, resulting in a stronger rim joint and better rim balance, as well as smooth, shudder-free braking. Ride a pair of Open Pros and you’ll understand why so many experienced riders swear by them. - Clincher
Mavic's A719 sets the standard for touring and trekking rims. With all of Mavic's technology at its disposal, the A719s offer a stable, sturdy, and high-mileage rim choice. Maxtal aluminum, Mavic's control-enhancing UB brake surface, double eyelets, and rock-solid, double-wall box construction ensure that you can take the long route home.
Mavic’s XC 717 is one of the lightest and stiffest cross-country rims available. Its Maxtal alloy has a significant strength-to-weight advantage over standard 6061 aluminum, upping the strength of the XC 717 without adding weight. It also features Mavic’s Soudé Usiné Process (SUP), a process by which the rim is arc welded and machined smooth, resulting in a stronger rim joint and better rim balance, as well as smooth, shudder-free braking. Add UB Control for parallel, high-friction braking surfaces, and you have a lightweight, reliable rim with excellent braking characteristics so you can run your favorite rim brakes while enjoying the fruits of Mavic’s cutting edge technological processes.
All-mountain epics are nothing to Mavic's XM719 rims. Tough double-walled construction, Maxtal aluminum, and single eyelets ensure that you can pin it on technical terrain. Machined sidewalls work with both rim and disc brake mountain bikes.
Lace up some Stan's ZTR Flow EX rims and get after it. These hoops are tough enough for aggressive trail riding, downhill racing, and all-around hard charging yet still light enough to be pedaled back up the hill. The Flow EX also uses Stan's BST technology for easy tubeless conversions, while its wide inner profile and lowered sidewalls boost tire volume for enhanced traction. Want your all-mountain trail rig or enduro ripper to be faster? These rims can help!
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