Mavic 2017 Ksyrium Pro Wheels Shimano 25c Pair Yellow Spoke

Mavic 2017 Ksyrium Pro Wheels Shimano Freehub Body And 25c Mavic Tyres - Pair Yellow Spoke

Article number: P8289130
Quantity: 2

The Mavic Ksyrium Pro Exalith SL Limited Edition Clincher Wheelset is a great choice for riders looking to race or tackle a sportive. A high-performance wheel choice, the Kysrium features a lightweight ISM 4D rim design and pairs it with the supreme stopping power of the UB Control braking track.

This exclusive braking technology uses a chemical treatment on the aluminium alloy that slows down wear, notably on the brake track. It also shortens braking distance by 20% in dry and wet conditions, and provides a stunning all black finish that will keep its colour for thousands of kilometres.

Rims

  • Material: Maxtal
  • Height: Front 24mm, rear 26 asymmetrical
  • Joint: SUP
  • Drilling: Fore
  • Brake Track: UB Control
  • Weight Reduction: ISM 4D
  • Valve Hole Diameter: 6.5mm
  • Tyre: Clincher
  • Internal Width: 17mm
  • ETRTO Size: 622x17C

Spokes

  • Material: Zicral
  • Shape: Straight pull, bladed, front double butted
  • Nipples: Fore integrated aluminium
  • Count: Front 18, rear 20
  • Lacing: Front radial, rear Isopulse

Hubs

  • Rear Body: Aluminium
  • Front Body: Carbon with aluminium flanges
  • Axle Material: Aluminium
  • Adjustable sealed cartridge bearings
  • Freewheel: FTS-L steel

Tyre

  • Yksion Pro GripLink (front) & PowerLink (rear)
  • Front and Rear Tread: Single Compound
  • Casing: 127 TPI
  • Breaker: Front Kevlar, Rear polyamide
  • Dimension: 25-622 (700x25c)

Compatibility

  • Freewheel: Shimano/SRAM, convertible to Campagnolo with optional driver body
  • Front Axle: Quick Release only
  • Rear Axle: Quick Release only

Delivered With

  • BR601 quick releases
  • Multifunction adjustment wrench
  • User guide

Weight:

  • Pair: 1475g
  • Front: 630g
  • Rear: 845g
  • Tyre 700x25: 210g
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