Mavic's Crossride wheels have been a favorite choice among cross country mountain bikers for years. This is due in no small part to their reputation for durability, reliability, and light weight. To achieve this, Mavic laced up the Crossride with 24 stainless-steel bladed spokes, front and rear, and have been constantly improving hub designs to be stronger and lighter in weight. Their QRM bearing standard keeps you rolling smoothly mile after mile with little or no maintenance, and they come with adapters for different axle standards, making your Crossrides versatile for multiple applications. The FTS-X version employs Mavic's FTS-X freehub body design, which offers MTB-specific durability and function with a rugged steel axle.
Front: 865 grams
Rear: 1060 grams
Pair: 1925 grams
Front: 895 grams
Rear: 1090 grams
Pair: 1985 grams
Front: 940 grams
Rear: 1135 grams
Pair: 2075 grams
(All weights are without tires.)
Force Transfer System X:
A further-improved FTS freewheel system to meet the demand of intensive MTB riding, resulting in a freewheel mechanism that lasts longer and works harder.
Qualité de Roulements Mavic:
Mavic uses only high-quality sealed cartridge bearings. On QRM wheels, these bearings feature double seals (2RS or LLU) along with tight, C3 internal clearances.
|Size(s)||26-inch, 650B/27.5-inch, and 29-inch|
|Rim Material||S6000 aluminum|
|Rim Width||21mm, internal|
|Hub(s)||Mavic QRM, aluminum|
|Spokes (Front/Rear)||Stainless-steel, straight-pull, bladed|
|Axle(s)||Front: Aluminum, Rear: Steel|
|Weight (Front/Rear)||See Weight by Size feature|
|Cassette Compatibility||Shimano/SRAM 11-speed|
|Extras||Quick-releases, front and rear QR adapters, user guide|
* Subject to change without notice.