With the Crossone 29er Wheelset, Mavic delivers trail-proven features with an entry-level price tag.
This wallet-friendly design begins with a disc-specific alloy rim. By using a pinned construction, Mavic is able to keep the price down while still delivering the bombproof durability they've perfected, decade after decade. Traditional spoke hole drilling means easy service, and a standard rim bed provides hassle-free compatibility with standard tire and inner tube systems.
The Crossone hubs feature light alloy bodies and cartridge bearings for an additional degree of simplicity in the maintenance department. The FTS-X freehub body features a beefed up pawl engagement system specifically designed to meet the needs of all mountain riders. Straight pull steel spokes hold it all together, with 24 front and rear, laced 2x. Add traditional brass nipples to the mix, and you've got a great balance of serviceability, weight savings, and affordability.
The Mavic Crossone 29 Inch Wheelset is compatible with 6 bolt (ISO) disc rotors. The front hub is compatible with 15mm thru-axles and can be adapted for (9x100mm) quick release forks using optional adapters (sold separately). The 10x135mm rear hub is compatible with traditional quick release frames. The freehub body accepts 8/9/10-speed cassettes from Shimano and SRAM. A rear quick release skewer and rim tape are included. The claimed weight is 2085 grams. 622 ISO.
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Inexpensive CX disk wheels, especially for Campy with a cassette body swap
For the price, these wheels cannot be beat. They are heavy but look to be durable. Great for heavier riders or as a second set of wheels. You can get a Campy freehub body and QR skewer adapters to make an afordable set of Campy Disk CX wheels, which are normally not cheap to find. Of course if you ride Shimano or SRAM, they work fine too, but there are many options for CX disk for those groupos.
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