Mavic wheels have long been a popular choice among cyclists. And when we say “long”, we mean it: Mavic invented alloy rims back in 1934, it hasn't stopped innovating since. The legendary French brand is nearly as old as cycling itself. It’s behind many of the sport’s greatest moments and a lot of the modern wheel technology that we now take for granted.
Mavic carbon wheels
Mavic Ksyrium Pro SL UST Carbon - $1,259.99
At 1,445 grams, the rim-brake Ksyrium Pro SL Carbon is made to float up big mountain climbs. But they’re also stiff enough to handle big watts. That’s why Ksyriums are Mavic’s flagship, do-it-all wheels for riders who want to excel in races or nab KOMs.
Gravel riders who venture onto the roughest roads will love the confidence and control the 650b Allroad Pro Carbon SL Road+ wheels give them. With a a wider 26mm rim, these are lightweight, durable, and perfect for cushy, high-volume tires.
Mavic XA Elite Carbon Tubeless 27.5" Wheelset - $1,019.99
Racers like carbon mountain bike wheels because they’re lighter and stiffer, but the XA Elite Carbon wheels were also developed with ride quality in mind. The carbon lay-up is optimized to smooth out rough trails and the wide 30mm rim is the ideal width to support modern trail tires.
Mavic aluminum wheels
Carbon is cool, but if you’d rather spend your money on ride snacks, these alloy wheels will go the distance.
The original Ksyrium won the Tour de France way back in 1999. Since then, alloy Ksyriums have been the top choice for riders who want a high-performance wheelset but aren’t ready to upgrade to carbon wheels just yet.
Other Mavic apparel, gear, and accessories
Don’t need a wheel upgrade right now? Here are three more Mavic highlights.
Like the legendary Comete Carbon disc wheel, the Comete Ultimate helmet cheats the wind. Not only is it shaped for speed, but it provides all-day comfort with strategically placed vents and the added safety of a MIPS lining.
No matter how good you are at braking and cornering, you’ll hit the ground eventually. Protect your head with the Deemax Pro. It has all the right features including a MIPS liner, goggle compatibility, and even an “anti-mosquito” mesh screen to shield your hair from bugs.
You don’t have to be a sneakerhead to appreciate a good pair of shoes. The Cosmic Boa keeps things affordable, lightweight, and simple with a single Boa closure and a comfortable nylon and fiberglass sole that’s stiff but not too stiff. If orange is too loud it comes in white and black too.