Campy surprised the bike world when they introduced their 11-speed shifting system. One day it didn't exist; the next it was there. This sudden change caught wheel manufacturers off-guard. In many cases they had to do something so the new 11-speed cassette would fit on the 10-speed cassette body ...read more
Those of you that run UST systems, have no doubt lost a UST valve fixing a flat on the trail at some point. That's one reason we keep one of these in our repair kits at all times. The Mavic UST valve will replace any UST valve stem. It includes rubber O-rings and appropriate valve cap.Tubeless ...read more
Whether you're upgrading your fork to thru axle and need your 2012 Mavic Crossmax SX or XT to work with the new front end, or you want to be able to swap your Crossmax SX or XT wheelset between bikes and need to convert from quick release to 20mm thru axles, you're going to need Mavic's 20mm ...read more
For Mavic, 2013 stands to be a massive year of innovation. And if you're running a new Mavic wheelset with CX01 Technology, it's going to be a massive year of aerodynamic advantage for you. The reason is simple, and if you forgot why you purchased a wheel like the CXR 80T, let us remind you. To ...read more
This Mavic 60mm Alloy Valve Extender is just the thing for pairing with their line of aero wheels, like the Cosmic Carbone Ultimate. It looks similar to any other alloy valve extender, but Mavic gave it a special purpose. The inflation end has been designed to function as a tool to open and close ...read more
Since you're running Mavic 2013 UST wheels, you're going to need a Round UST Valve Kit for the next time you lose a UST valve. Whether you were fixing a flat at home or on the trail, accidents happen. That's why we always have one in our repair kit. The UST Valve Kit works with rounded SLR, ST, and ...read more
Mavic makes swappable freehub bodies for most of their rear wheels so you're not permanently married to either SRAM/Shimano or Campy. You can start off with one body with its unique splines, and you can switch to the other fast.The bodies are known in Mavic-speak as FTS-L, or Force Transfer ...read more
Mountain biking by nature is hard on its tools. The freehub body is no exception. After a few good hard years, it's not uncommon to see them wear out. Thankfully, it's a rather easy fix. The Mavic MTB Freehub body fits all 135mm spaced Mavic mountain bike wheelsets in their lineup above ...read more
Trying to put your old components on a new frame is always a daunting task. Not because of the mechanics–the build is easy. It's the amazing number of variations in compatibility. There really aren't any standards. One issue is wheels. Just a few years ago, everything was simple–100mm hu ...read more
The Mavic X-12 Adapters will convert any of their 2012 year-model and forward 12x135mm ITS4 freehub equipped mountain bike rear wheels, like the Deemax and Crossmax SX, to 12x142mm. The 12x142mm thru-axle system is unique and provides a few benefits over other thru-axle configurations -- it's ...read more
20mm, 15mm, 9mm -- we live in a world of magnum to minimum axles, and it can be tough to find a compatible mate for your front wheel. However, Mavic makes the connection elementary. Just pop out the 20 or 15mm spacers and replace them with the 9mm Fork Support Nuts. Now, you're ready to ride.The ...read more
Did you recently buy a fork with a QR axle setup, or need to use an old fork while you overhaul the 15mm fork that you normally ride? The Mavic 15mm to 9mm Front Axle Reducer allows you to use you thru-axle front wheel with a traditional 9mm QR set up.
If you upgraded a fork, and ended up with a 15QR, you can swap out the standard Mavic spacers for the 15mm Front Hub Adapter and hit the trail.The Mavic 15mm Front Hub Adapter is available in one size and in the color Black.