Mavic Allroad Pro UST Disc

£859.00

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Bringing Mavic's tubeless technology to their road range, the Allroad Pro are the ideal partner for a gravel/adventure bike.

Extra wide (22mm internal) rims mate with your choice of 30mm or 40mm profile tyres to give a forgiving ride with excellent levels of control.

Yet the overall weight of these tough, capable wheels is just 1660g per pair (excl. tyres). So they're just as adept at climbing on rough surfaces as they are bombing along a gravel road.

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Tyre profile

Disc brake compatibility

Usually dispatched within 3-5 days

Included:

  • Pair of Mavic Allroad Pro UST Disc wheels
  • Yksion Allroad UST tyres (choose from 30mm or 40mm profile)
  • Tyre sealant syringe
  • Rear 12x142mm adapters for Instant Drive 360
  • Mavic tyre sealant (rear wheel)
  • Multifunction adjustment wrench
  • Specific disc bolts
  • UST valve and accessories
  • User guide

Weight:

  • Pair without tyre: 1660 grams
  • Front without tyre: 765 grams
  • Rear without tyre: 895 grams

Compatibility:

  • Rear axle: 12mm thru axle, convertible to Quick Release with optional adapters (available separately).
  • Front axle : 12mm thru axle. Optional : Easily convertible to quick release with adequate adapters, convertible to 15mm with complete axle replacement.
  • Freewheel: Shimano/SRAM, convertible to Campagnolo and XD-R with optional driver bodies (available separately).

Bespoke Features Editor, David Arthur, has been giving the Allroad Pro a thorough test.

Read his first impressions on our blog.

The Allroad wheels feature 22mm wide rims constructed using its familiar Spoke Milling 4 Dimensions tech, which essentially means excess rim material between the spoke holes has been removed to shed weight and improve the stiffness. It's a disc brake-specific wheelset compatible with Centre-Lock or 6-bolt rotors, with 24 steel spokes in each wheel and hubs that are compatible with quick release or any of the current thru-axle standards currently in play.

...and read his full review here:

Mavic Allroad Pro UST Disc Review on the Bespoke blog

They're strong wheels and can take a hammering. Mavic's own 40mm tyre is good on a range of trail conditions. Tubeless setup is faultless, they are actually supplied tubeless, and the hubs are endlessly adaptable for different bikes. They also look great on the bike, the chunky aluminium spokes ensure a purposeful stance.