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Mavic Cosmic Pro Carbon UST Wheelset 2020 £629.99 @ Chain Reaction Cycles
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Mavic Cosmic Pro Carbon UST Wheelset 2020 £629.99 @ Chain Reaction Cycles

£629.99£69910% Free P&P FreeChain Reaction Cycles Deals
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Posted 31st Aug 2020
Incredible price for an incredible pair of wheels obviously not for everyone but for someone wanting to upgrade from stock wheels to something more aero its hard to go wrong at this price, Possible 3.63% quidco which would be bringing these dangerously close to 600 quid!
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Features:
  • Material: Rim: 3K Carbon Fibre; Spokes: Steel; Hubs: Aluminium
  • Rim Dimensions: Rim Height: 40mm; Internal Width: 19mm
  • Spoke Count and Lacing: Front: 18, radial; Rear:20, Isopulse
  • Freewheel: FTS-L steel
  • Hub Axles: Quick Release only
  • Freewheel Compatibility: Shimano/SRAM or Campagnolo, convertible to XD-R with optional driver body
  • Brake Track: Carbon with iTgMAX technology
  • Tubeless Ready: Yes
  • Weight: 1650g (without tyres)

In The Box:
  • Mavic Cosmic Pro Carbon UST wheelset (front and rear)
  • 2 x Mavic BR301 quick releases
  • 2 pairs of special Mavic brake pads for carbon rims
  • 1 x cassette spacer (rear)
  • 2 x UST valve with accessories
  • Tubeless rim tape
  • 1x120ml Mavic Tubeless Tyre Sealant

Technologies:
  • Isopulse: Optimum energy transfers. The spokes are laced radially on the drive side and crossed 2 on the non-drive side to maximise drive side dish, thus providing a better spoke tension balance between left and right flanges.
  • iTgMAX (Integral Glass Transition Temperature): iTgMAX consists of an inner rim bed, finished with multiple layers of seamless carbon fibre to achieve a unique one-piece contour. The brake track is laser-machined for maximum braking efficiency.
  • FTS-L (Force Transfer System Light): The contact area between the pawl and the hub body is reinforced by a pair of stainless-steel inserts which allows the use of a 100% aluminium hub body.
9 Comments
Any idea if they accept cycle to work vouchers ? I've been looking for an affordable non-Disc wheelset for a while now.
bluntmachetti31/08/2020 11:49

Any idea if they accept cycle to work vouchers ? I've been looking for an …Any idea if they accept cycle to work vouchers ? I've been looking for an affordable non-Disc wheelset for a while now.


Get cero cycledivision.co.uk/wheels
Agreed, the Cero AR30s are less than half the price of these. Although only 30mm rather than 40mm depth the weight saving over those Mavics is huge and the alloy rims should offer more reliable braking than carbon in all conditions.
sparklehedgehog31/08/2020 15:48

Get cero https://www.cycledivision.co.uk/wheels



9. Can I order using Ride to Work?
Absolutely, this is a great benefit scheme and we have very comprehensive RTW information section dedicated to everything you need to know about RTW, Cycle Scheme and how you can make use of this scheme in partnership with CRC.

If you wish to place an order under this scheme please email us. Please note, we are unable to apply Ride to Work and or Cycle Scheme certificates to an order already placed online.
These wheels run a tad large, so putting any set of tires on (other than Mavic's own) is a royal PITA.
Mavic quality has gone right down hill unfortunately. Had a set of these with an internal crack 1/3 the way round in the aluminium part. On both front And rear. Only 1 year old. Light rider 70kg. Dodgy freehub as well. Avoid.
Even the classic open pro rims are too flexi and won't stay true and the new ust version are even worse. And don't get me started on aksium /aksium discs. Absolute junk.
Edited by: "BORIS397" 1st Sep
BORIS39701/09/2020 00:51

Mavic quality has gone right down hill unfortunately. Had a set of these …Mavic quality has gone right down hill unfortunately. Had a set of these with an internal crack 1/3 the way round in the aluminium part. On both front And rear. Only 1 year old. Light rider 70kg. Dodgy freehub as well. Avoid.Even the classic open pro rims are too flexi and won't stay true and the new ust version are even worse. And don't get me started on aksium /aksium discs. Absolute junk.


The fact that the company is bankrupt doesn't help either
cyclingweekly.com/new…575

There's been no announcement on the new ownership or new plan since, so might well be the end of the line
alex_201301/09/2020 09:42

The fact that the company is bankrupt doesn't help …The fact that the company is bankrupt doesn't help eitherhttps://www.cyclingweekly.com/news/product-news/mavic-placed-in-receivership-455575There's been no announcement on the new ownership or new plan since, so might well be the end of the line


Ahem...... cyclingtips.com/202…er/

This is a good £300 cheaper than normal pricing.Same at Wiggle
Damn you, I had to buy some.... I have the 2018 model on my other bike and they are fast as f.....
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