Mavic Crossride UB 26" Rear Wheel 2016

Product Code: 145560
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Product Description

The Crossride UB wheel is aimed at those who require a wheel designed for rim braking. A precisely CNC machined braking surface improves braking friction and eliminates shuddering when braking.

Mavic's proven construction ensures a stiff and light wheel with H2 reinforcement at the spoke holes to add strength and durability. The Crossride enhances acceleration and braking efficiency, for better all round performance

Crossride UB is compatible with rim brakes only and will only mount on bikes with front and rear quick releases (9/9.5mm).

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  • Rim brake specific front wheel, designed to increase braking efficiency
  • A lightweight, stiff wheel with H2 reinforcement at the spoke holes
  • Durable, straight pull bladed spokes
  • Sealed cartridge bearings
  • Weight: 720g (rear, 26" without tyre)

Key Technologies:

  • FTS-X (Force Transfer System): A further improved FTS free wheel system to meet the demand of intensive MTB riding as closely as possible to make the freewheel mechanism even more hard wearing.
  • QRM (Qualité de Roulements Mavic): Mavic only uses high quality sealed cartridge bearings. On QRM wheels, they feature double sealing (2RS or LLU) together with tight C3 internal clearance.
  • UB Control (Usiné Brut Control): Braking surfaces are precisely CNC machined.
  • H2 (Hammer Hardening): Local strengthening of the rim in the area where the spokes exert the greatest stress.