Compact design, single spring conception, the SL is all about lightweight for cross-country and all mountain riding. The Atac concept offers perfect respect of the rider's biomechanics. With it's carbon body and it's hollow axle, the Crossmax SL Carbon is a light and efficient small compact body pedal.
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Wondering if anyone out there might have replacement parts (used is OK) for a front Mavic Crossmax SL Disc hub. It's the all silver version...about 7-8 years old. One of the axle end caps cracked (don't ask!) and Mavic has a 5-year window on their replacement parts now. I'm looking for the thread ... Read More »
How well do the new bontrager tires work tubeless with a Mavic Crossmax SL wheelset? I'm looking at the XR2 or XR3 specifically.
I know I need sealant. Do I need the rim strip or just tire and sealant?
I've read a few vague references to the TLR tires not playing well with UST rims. Is my oth ... Read More »
just purchased a used 09 S-Works Stumpjumper FSR with ZTR Arch wheelset with Industry Nine hubs. My other 08 stumpy expert have on a Set of Mavic Crossmax SL SSC with Mavic crossmax Hubs. Which wheelset is better compare to performance and weight?
1. ZTR Arch wheelset with Indus ... Read More »
I want to get a new set of race wheels and was thinking of the Crossmax SL's. I am upgrading mainly to go Tubeless and to have a strong fast set of wheels for racing. I am mainly doing XC Marathon racing in the North East (rocky & rooty) and weigh 160lbs. If I am reading the literature c ... Read More »