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Item # MAV0417

Description

Roll lighter, go longer.

In a short amount of time, 29in wheels have grown from a disdained cult obsession to a World Cup winning phenomenon, and Mavic has been there every step of the way. Not satisfied with following the market trend of simply making a 26in wheel bigger, Mavic literally reinvented the wheel with the creation of the Crossmax SLR 29in Wheelset. Built from the exclusive Maxtal aluminum, and featuring a host of top-shelf proprietary technologies and alloys, the Crossmax SLRs are the lightest, stiffest, and fastest aluminum 29in wheelset in the Mavic war chest.

Mavic's Crossmax SLR 29in Wheelset was developed with rider experience at the forefront of the design. In fact, the pros from teams Orbea, Cannondale, and Luna were integral in the research and development process. With their input, Mavic was able to make the SLR a wheelset that focuses on lightweight system design. The low 19/20 spoke count makes for a rigid wheelset that wants to accelerate and sprint out of the corners, and it doesn't hurt that this characteristic is aided by the low inertia ISM-3D rim design; where the 19mm wide rim's lower bridge is machined between the spoke holes. This is standard fare for Mavic, but the 3D aspect takes hold in the sidewalls being machined as well. The cumulative process allows greater weight savings, thus lower rotational weight for enhanced climbing and overall speed. The rims' rigidity and durability are further accentuated by Mavic's Fore technology. This is a drilling process for spoke attachment that only occurs on one of the two rim walls. Mavic claims that this system makes the rim four times more resistant to fatigue and 20% stiffer. What we know is that the design makes the perfect, aperture-free platform for a UST tubeless system.

Mavic's technological innovations aren't limited to just the rim, they extend throughout every component of the wheelset. The hubs use a four pawl system that works two by two to promote faster engagement and a more efficient energy transmission. Additionally, the hubs use Mavic's top-shelf QRM+ cartridge bearings that feature a protecting double seal, and a simple to use micro-adjustability system for on-the-fly precision adjustments according to your riding conditions.

This wheelset is part of Mavic's MP3 extended warranty program. The acronym stands for Mavic Product Protection Plan, and it provides you with two years of almost unlimited no-fault protection from Mavic. More details can be found on the MP3 website. Please note that MP3 coverage must be purchased within 5 days of the date that you receive your wheels. Contact one of our customer service representatives for the retailer and product codes that you'll need to register your wheels on the Mavic MP3 site. You'll also need the serial numbers that you'll find on your wheels. The cost for this coverage is approximately 8% of the retail cost of the wheels.

The Mavic Crossmax SLR 29in Wheelset is both UST tubeless and tube compatible, and accepts only six bolt ISO standard disc rotors. This wheelset is is available in the color Black, and the freehub body accepts Shimano and SRAM 8-, 9-, and 10-speed cassettes. The front wheel comes standard with a 15mm thru-axle, which can be converted to a 9mm QR, and the rear options include a standard QR, which can be converted to 12x135, and 12x142mm thru-axles with supplied endcaps.

Tech Specs

Material:
[rim] aluminum, [hub] aluminum
Rim Width:
19 mm
Front Hub:
Mavic
Rear Hub:
Mavic
Spoke Nipple Material:
alloy
Skewers:
quick-release
Axle Type:
[front] 9x100 mm, [front] 15x100 mm, [rear] 9x135 mm, [rear] 12x135 mm, [rear] 12x142 mm
Brake Compatibility:
disc
Rotor Compatibility:
6-bolt
Front Weight:
755 g
Rear Weight:
865 g
Complete Set Weight:
1620 g
Recommended Use:
cross country, all mountain
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years
Actual Weight:
One Color, One Size: 1,568g

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Unanswered Question

Would these fit on my 26" mountain bike...

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Would these fit on my 26" mountain bike with 25mm road tires and 35mm cross tires?

DOES THE REAR HUB COME WITH THE DT SWISS...

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DOES THE REAR HUB COME WITH THE DT SWISS 240 FEAUTURING THE DURABLE 18 TOOTH STAR RATCHET FREEHUB MECHANISM...OR DOES IT COME WITH DT'S 36 TOOTH ENGAGEMENT SYSTEM ? THANKS FOR YOUR HELP...GENE ...

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The Crossmax SLRs do not use DT Swiss hubs or internals. The hubs are Mavic's and us a 4 pawl engagement system.

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Price

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This price and the set front and rear? Does not speak anywhere! Looking forward

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Price is for the front and rear wheelset. Mavic does not sell single wheels.

What is the recommended rider weight for...

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What is the recommended rider weight for the Mavic crossmax SLR 29er wheelset

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Mavic does not post a rider weight limit for the SLRs. They are intended to be used as a lightweight, XC oriented/race wheelset. We've had guys in the office weighing just under 200lbs ride these w/o issues. Please e-mail me at jjakupcak@backcoutnry.com if I can help with anything else.

are these wheels compatible with Sram 2x11...

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are these wheels compatible with Sram 2x11 components? I am looking to put them on a 2014 Crux Expert.

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Mavic's mtn freehub is not compatible with 11spd road cassettes. HED or Stan's offers some durable road disc wheels with 11spd compatibility. Shoot me an e-mail at jjakupcak@backcoutnry.com if I can help with anything else.

Can you run this wheelset with a 25mm road...

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Can you run this wheelset with a 25mm road tire and tubes at 90psi or so? Just wondering if this could work as a nice road disc specific wheelset since the rim width is fairly narrow.

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Yash,

Yes you certainly can. I have a set of 25's that I use with these wheels when my cross tires aren't installed.

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Great wheel

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I don't know if I'd say this is a pure race wheel but it sure would work as a race wheel. More of a do everything wheel that comes tubeless ready. Great look, sound, and durability.

Great wheel
Crossmax SLR 29 on Cannondale F29 Carbon

Crossmax SLR 29 on Cannondale F29 Carbon

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This is at the conclusion of the 92 kilometer Norwegian mountain bike race, the Birkebeinerittet. The wheels are really nice, face rolling wheels. They are also super durable wheels that are perfectly true after six months of hard riding.

I have a Fox Shox Reba fork with a 20mm...

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I have a Fox Shox Reba fork with a 20mm thru axle. Will this front hub be compatible with my axle/fork?

Best Answer Responded on

No, the front hub on these wheels are only adaptable between 9mm QR & 15mm.

Do these wheels accept the SRAM 1x11...

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Do these wheels accept the SRAM 1x11 Cassette?

Best Answer Responded on

Yes, but only with the XD driver body installed for Sram's 1x11 drivetrains. The freehub body is item number MAV0521 and is $100.

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Bomb Proof

These wheels are rock solid. I have been using them on my Ripley and absolutely love the ride quality. They are super durable and one of the lightest wheels on the market.Nice and stiff too so it makes climbing extra special.The hubs are very smooth and fast too. If you have the means I highly recommend picking up a set.

Bomb Proof
5 5

Loving them

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I just got these on a new Pivot 429C. They're pretty awesome so far. Fairly light, stiff. Can't comment on durability yet, but no reason to think they won't be awesome.

Responded on

I'm looking at putting these on my Green 429C too. Can you provide an update on your experience so far? Pics would be nice too.

What is the maximum allowable tire width...

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What is the maximum allowable tire width for this wheelset ?

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Its an XC wheel so I wouldn't run anything bigger than a 2.3