It's a fine time to be hitting the mountain with the easy attainability of high-quality wheels like Mavic's XA Elite 29" Trail Wheel. 25mm internal-width Maxtal Alloy rims come tubeless-ready and utilize Mavic's ISM4D milling process to remove excess material to keep the weight down. A hookless bead decreases weight even further while improving traction and tire security in the corners.
In the center, straight-pull, double-butted, bladed steel spokes lace 2-cross front and rear to alloy hubshells that house aluminum axles and QRM sealed-cartridge bearings for smooth rolling. An ITS-4 freehub utilizes 4 pawls working 2 by 2 as part of Mavic's Instant Transfer System for quick, reliable engagement.
Non-XD models are compatible with Shimano/SRAM 9/10-speed and Shimano 11-speed cassettes. XD rear wheel is compatible with SRAM 11/12 speed XD cassettes only. 6-bolt rotor mounts.
- 25 mm internal width Maxtal alloy rims.
- 6-bolt rotor mounts.
- SUP arc-welded rim joint.
- ISM4D weight reduction.
- Straight-pull, double-butted, bladed steel spokes.
- 24 spoke-count front / rear, 2-cross lacing.
- Alloy hubs with aluminum axles and QRM cartridge bearings.
- ITS-4 freehub.
- Claimed weight: 815 g / front, 955 g / rear, / 1770 g / total w/o tires.
- Includes: Front & rear hub adapters (non XD wheels), tire sealant (rear wheel), tubeless valves, tubeless rim tape, quick-release skewers.
FREE Cassette Installation - Order a cassette along with a wheelset and we can install the cassette for free. Cassette installation requires special tools that not all our customers have. The cassette will be professionally installed and torqued to spec. Just add "Please install cassette" to your order notes at checkout and we'll take care of you.
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