No matter the course or the conditions, Mavic's Ksyrium SLRs are built to excel. Mavic's feathery Maxtal rims are laced to their sublimely smooth QRM+ hubs with aero Zicral spokes to create wheels that dominate on the climbs and lay down serious speed on the flats. As an added bonus, Mavic supplies their Exalith rim treatment that boosts durability and improves all-weather braking for serious control that you can feel whenever the road tilts down. And, the SLRs come complete with Mavic's Yksion Pro clinchers that boast a firmer center tread and softer shoulders for reduced rolling resistance and increased cornering traction. Whether it's training day or race day, the Ksyrium SLRs will keep you at the head of the pack.
|Mavic's ISM (Inter Spoke Milling) rims have extraneous material machined away between the spokes, resulting in an extremely strong and lightweight rim. The final product climbs faster and accelerates more quickly because of it.||Mavic's Maxtal rim uses 6000 aluminum, which is 30% stronger than 6106 aluminum. This allows Mavic to build lighter rims for quick acceleration.||Mavic’s Exalith 2 rim treatment is a 10 micron thick layer that actually penetrates the rim for exceptional fatigue strength and resistance to wear from braking. It strengthens the rim and spoke holes, and allows for lighter rim weights. Using the included black Mavic Exalith 2 brake pads, braking power and modulation is improved, especially in the rain.|
|Mavic's SUP rims boast welded and milled joints for superior strength and wheel balancing.||Mavic's Fore spoke threading technology utilises a threaded rim to create a system that is more resistant to fatigue and more rigid for high stiffness.|
|Mavic's Zicral spokes are made of aluminum and are 10% stronger than stainless-steel spokes— they're lighter, too.||Mavic's Tracomp tubular carbon spokes act in traction (tension) and compression. This allows a stiff wheel to be built with relatively low spoke tension, giving a smoother and more comfortable ride.|
|Mavic's QRM+ hubs offer low rolling resistance for more speed. Their sealed bearings promise smooth, low-maintenance operation for years of worry-free riding.||Mavic's FTS-L (Force Transfer System Light) ensures the cassette drive mechanism is lightweight and ultra strong.|
|Mavic's GripLink front tire is a dual-compound tire designed to offer superior cornering traction in all conditions. The rubber on the shoulders of the tire has added Silica for great steering precision.||Mavic's PowerLink rear tire is a dual-compound tire designed to reduce rolling resistance and maximize power transfer. The PowerLink also features a strong anti-puncture Nylon barrier.|
|Rim Material||Mavic Maxtal aluminum|
|Rim Depth||Front: 22mm, Rear: 25mm|
|Spokes (Front/Rear)||Mavic Zicral aluminum|
|Weight (Front/Rear)||1,410 grams per pair (1,950 w/tires)|
|Lacing (Front/Rear)||Front: radial, Rear: radial non-drive/2-cross drive-side|
|Cassette Compatibility||Shimano/SRAM/Campagnolo (cassette sold separately)|
|Extras||Mavic Yksion Pro PowerLink and GripLink clinchers, quick-releases, wheel bags, brake pads, computer magnet|
* Subject to change without notice.
Mavic Tire development, with Garmin-Barracuda