New Mavic carbon wheels

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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BdaGhisallo
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Does anyone have quick reference to the new Mavic cosmics, the new one that still have the alu rim? I was wondering if they will be any lighter than the current Cosmic Carbones.

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They are 200gr lighter than the old ones.

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But there was no Cosmic Pro (the full carbon version) on eurobike 2004.

But at the pictures here published I saw also the new cosmic elite... It's back again!

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BdaGhisallo wrote:Does anyone have quick reference to the new Mavic cosmics, the new one that still have the alu rim? I was wondering if they will be any lighter than the current Cosmic Carbones.


In the topic about eurobike 2004 number_22 wrote:

number_22 wrote:The weight of the new Cosmics:

Front Tubular/Clincher 762g/787g
Rear Tubular/Clincher 953g/978g


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Samuel Sanchez Gonzalez
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by Samuel Sanchez Gonzalez

I just went in a bike shop in Paris. I have talked with the man and he said me that Mavic give up the full Carbon Cosmic. The had too problems with them. They've seen to many Cracked. :?

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by HawkMt210

my bike shop gave me a price check on the new mavic cosmic carbones (the ones with alu rim) a couple days ago. they will retail for $1450 in the USA and will be available in about 3 weeks.

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