Mavic Open Pro 27.5 Rims

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The Mavic Open Pro is the latest version of Mavic’s “Open” rims. The Open Pro is light, strong, and exclusive to Mavic. The specific aluminum alloy offers a higher weight to strength ration than the conventional 6106 al...

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