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Wheels Mavic Aksium S25 2014 - 108979 by Mavic

Item description: This Other Mavic product is by Mavic - Wheels and tyres Wheels Mavic Aksium S25 2014. Road & triathlon wheels Aksium S, This new Aksium S Wheel-Tyre System combines extralight rims with new super grippy and durable Mavic Aksion tyres to improve any ride!Features:- Brake track: UB Control- Tyre: clincher- Valve hole diameter: 6.5 mm- ETRTO size: 622x15C- Recommended tyre sizes: 19 to 32 mm- Height: 24 mm- Joint: sleeved- Count: 20 front and rear- Lacing: radial front and rear non-drive side, crossed 2 rear drive side- Nipples: brass, ABS- Shape: straight pull, bladed- Material: steel- BR101 quick releases- User guide- Rim tape- Dimension: 23-622 (700x23c)- Max. Pressure: 9 bar / 130 psi- Casing: 60TPI- Front and Rear Tread: Single Compound- Aksion - 240g- Clincher White ED11- Clincher Red ED11Specifications:- Weight : 1735 grams (pair of wheel)Technology:Stronger and smoother joint Soud Usin Process. After bending, the rim joint is arc welded. The welded seam is then milled for a smooth finish.Usin Brut Control The braking s... Learn More

Manufacturer: Mavic

Keywords: Cycling

Category: Mavic

$173.95

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