Mavic Crosstrail Wheelset

4/5 (3 Reviews)
Weight : 795 grams MSRP : $537.99

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Product Description

High endTechnologies and features have madeThe Crosstrail one ofThe best performance MTB wheelsets in its category. For 2011 it weighs 150 g lessonThe scale and has a distinctive new graphic. AddToThatThe abilityTo run Centerlock or 6 bolt rotors, and qr or 15mmThru front axle. Like previous versions it still offers USTTubeless orTubed compatibility. Who said reasonable couldnt be appealing and high performance? USTTubeless or standardTube compatible Double anodized rim with Maxtal construction

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:2
Value Rating:3
Submitted by jamatt

Date Reviewed: October 28, 2012

Strengths:    They stay true and the bearing quality seems good

Weaknesses:    The freehub is weak. This is the second (and last) set of Mavic wheels I've had that the freehub went bang and locked up in the middle of a ride.

Bottom Line:   
Freehub quality is a fatal flaw.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by mtbbiker@heart a Cross Country Rider from So Cal

Date Reviewed: May 26, 2009

Strengths:    Lighter than the wheel set I am replacing. Solid materials used through out.

Weaknesses:    Having to deal with Mavic (if I have an issue), due to the proprietery design.

Bottom Line:   
Decided to upgrade my older Rolf wheel set. So looking for replacement I researched several brands, and Mavic has had a solid reputation over the years. So far, these wheels have held up on very rocky terrian. They have settled in and remained true. They are lighter than my old set, and roll smoother. I also like the idea of either going tube or tubeless. If you are looking for a rim brake only set of wheels, with upgraded materials you can't go wrong with this set.

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Favorite Trail:   Hurkey Creek

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $389.00

Purchased At:   LBS

Similar Products Used:   Rolf (Bontrager)

Bike Setup:   Trek Fuel, XT grouping

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Jim a Cross Country Rider from Salem, OR

Date Reviewed: July 30, 2007

Strengths:    A light, strong, smooth wheelset for the price point.

Weaknesses:    Proprietary design means you're stuck working with Mavic through an authorized dealer to get you back up and running.

Bottom Line:   
I bought this set as a replacement for a Trek 8000 that does not sport disc tabs. For the price, I could not find a lighter wheelset for the price and wanted to try Mavic's middle of the road offering. I was concerned about the low 18 spoke count in the front and 20 count in the back. I have had time to ring them out and have found these wheels to be very rigid and strong, despite the low spoke count. I have commuted with a rigid fork and have also ridden trails in Oregon's national forests using an 80mm suspension fork. On trails, I have climbed mountain trails hard in granny gear with no discernable flex in the rear at all. On the way down, flying down single track or fire roads, I have jumped/dropped a handful of times around 1-2 ft of air. On inspection afterward, not a single budge in the wheelset, just straight and true. I need to add that I weigh 235 lbs without gear and that I am a former bmx racer. I ride hard, but still these wheels perform under the weight load with ruts, small drops, and occasional rock garden slams when exhaustion sets in. So far I have found this wheelset to be a great deal for what I paid. I have heard stories about Mavic's customer service, although I honestly don't anticipate any problems if I haven't had any yet. The good thing is that the freehub is redesigned now and supposed to be much more durable than the last few years. Maintenancing the freehub is critical for longevity with Mavic wheelsets, so do not forget to service the freehub at recommended intervals if you buy them.

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Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $425.00

Purchased At:

Similar Products Used:   Mavic crossride, WTB Dual Duty, many different builds on shimano XT hubs.

Bike Setup:   Trek 8000 HT with SRAM X.9 gear, Stylo cranks, Thomson post and stem.

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Does Mavic have a 6 bolt adapter (not center lock) for Crosstrail?

I've got a set of Mavic Crosstrail wheels with the center lock adapter. The studs have worn down and there is play between the studs and the holes in the disc. It seems you could just buy an adapter that has the screw holes but I can't seem to find one. Any help would be appreciated.Read More »

Crosstrail / Crossmax st rim with hans dampf 2.35

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26" - Mavic Crosstrail (2014?) vs Pro 2 Evo / ZTR Arch EX Build

Have just finished doing a bunch of wheel research and I think I'm basically down to these two for my choices. Rider plus bike weight is about 90kg (14st / 200lbs) and whilst the bike is mostly used for cross country riding it's recently had a lot of use on trail centre reds with the occasional bla ... Read More »

MAVIC Crosstrail 9mm setup

Setting up an older bike with 2013 MAVIC Crosstrails and need 9mm QR front and back and I have some concerns about the reliability of the adapters. The new wheels are "universal" and fit the various bike options out there by using adapters. For 9mm QR, it requires installing a silver "plug" into ... Read More »

Mavic Crosstrail Wheelset Hub Servicing

I've got a set of 2012 Mavic Crosstrail wheels and my front is developing some slop. I'd also like to service the rear freewheel. My problem is I cannot figure out how to disassemble the axles to service the hubs. There is no spot for an allen inside of the axle and there is only 1 flat on the outsi ... Read More »

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