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Mavic ISM

TgMax

Reliability and heat-dissipation:

TgMAX refers to the maximum temperature a carbon rim can withstand before turning from a hard substance into a soft, rubbery substance. TgMAX technology consists in laying up several types of high technology resins, then fixing them using a proprietary heat treatment process to achieve the highest possible resistance to braking heat, ensuring absolute rim integrity under heavy braking.

Mavic GripLink Front Tire

GripLink

Grip and control:

A front tire, whether a clincher or a tubular, must enhance the front wheel’s ability to grip the road and control the bike. Therefore, GripLink tires are optimized for front use by offering superior cornering grip and extra puncture protection.

Mavic PowerLink Rear Tire

PowerLink

Low rolling resistance:

A rear tire, whether a clincher or a tubular, must enhance the wheel’s ability to transfer power and generate speed. Therefore, PowerLink tires are optimized for rear wheel use by minimizing rolling resistance.

Mavic FTS-L Freehub Body

FTS-L

Force Transfer System Light:

Reinforcement of a key transmission component: the contact area between the pawl and the hub body is reinforced by two stainless steel inserts, which allows the use of a 100% aluminum hub body.

Mavic QRM+

R2R

Rim to Rim:

R2R spokes are each a single piece, travelling from one side of the rim to the other through the hub, limiting stress factors and exploiting carbon fiber’s greatest attribute: extremely high tensile strength.

Mavic QRM+

QRM+

Qualité de Roulements Mavic + :

QRM+ is Mavic’s most demanding level of hub and bearing precision. It uses only double-sealed cartridge bearings with C3 internal clearances and features a system for making micro-adjustments to bearing preload.