Up to 50% off Mavic Wheels - Huge range of disc a rim brake options available


Grab some new hoops for your road or cyclocross bike

Mavic boasts one of the easiest tubeless systems on the market. 

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If there's one component that makes the biggest difference to how a bike feels then it's the wheelset. An upgrade here can do all sorts of things and it's not just about making a bike lighter and faster.

Up to 38% off Shimano 105 R7020 Disc Groupset

Moving from a box-section alloy rim to a wider, deeper carbon rim will not only save rotational weight, but it'll also improve tyre profile, giving you lower rolling resistance, more grip in the corners and a comfier ride too. But with Mavic's wheels, you don't need to go carbon to get these benefits.

How To: Fit a Tubeless Tyre

Their Aksium and Ksyrium wheels offer great value for money with aluminium rims that feature Mavic's UST technology. It makes tubeless setup with Mavic's UST tyres so simple, with the system seating the bead without sealant. 

20% off Northwave Flash GTX Winter Cycling Boots

The biggest discount to be found is on a tubular set of Ksyrium SLS wheels that are perfect for racing. Yep, we still think that there's life in the tubular system yet! Once you get good at glueing tyres, they're no more hassle than tubeless and the tyres are much nicer to ride.

69% off Easton EC90 SL Disc Carbon Clincher Road Wheelset

Mavic's latest edition of the Ksyrium Elite Disc wheels are currently down 35% and these are a brilliant set of hoops for general riding and sportives. The aluminium rim in really wide with a 19mm internal width. They also come with Mavic tubeless 25mm tyres and everything you need to set them up tubeless from the off. You even get sealant!

Up to 70% off in the Science In Sport Cycling Nutrition Clearance Sale

If you're looking for a set of carbon wheels then the Mavic Cosmic Pro Carbon UST Disc wheels are a great option at £876.99. Again, these come with Mavic tubeless tyres and everything you need to go tubeless out of the box. The rims are 45mm deep and 28mm wide for a lovely aero shape that allows fast rolling speeds and good stability in crosswinds.

56% off DT Swiss RR 511 Clincher Road Wheelset

There are loads more wheelsets to see, so click here to check them out for yourself!

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About Mavic

It’s 1934. Antonin Magne is training in total secrecy. On his bike are the first-ever rims made from duralumin, an alloy of copper and aluminium. To keep this brand-new technology under wraps, the rims are painted to look like wood. They’re called Dura rims. They’re our invention. And they weigh 750 grams rather than the usual 1.2 kilos.

In 1972 a team manager had a problem with his car while following the Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré. Our chairman at the time, Bruno Gormand, lent his own car to the manager so he could finish the race. The idea that Mavic should be the brand that helps riders was born. Whoever they are. Whatever bike they’re riding.

The first Mavic Neutral Service Car appeared just ahead of the peloton in the 1973 Paris – Nice. It supported the breakaway riders and relayed messages between people using radio. And since 1985, the yellow cars have also provided support to the biggest amateur races around the world.

About Hargroves Cycles

Hargroves Cycles is one of the UK's leading retailers of bikes and accessories. We have five stores in the south of England offering quality products from the industry's leading brands. All of our stores have workshop facilities staffed by Cytech qualified mechanics to keep your bike on the road (or off it!).

Hargroves has been a leading supporter of British Cyclocross riders for years, sponsoring numerous riders including multiple National Champion Ian Field.

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