Mavic Highlights 2018 Road Lineup

Mavic’s 2018 road range sees the addition of numerous new products, most notably the Road UST wheel and tire system that brings simplicity and increased safety to road tubeless. Updates to apparel lines include new women’s options, plus a selection of outerwear and accessories. Below is a sampling of what will be available in Mavic’s U.S. line.

Road UST solves the biggest challenges around road tubeless thanks to exacting detail in the production process that ensures a tool-free tire installation and easy inflation.
Brand new to Mavic’s wheel line is the Comete Pro Carbon SL UST, its most aerodynamic offering. With a 64mm deep profile it’s an ideal option for time trialists, road racers wanting the fastest wheel possible, and triathletes. $1,799.90.

Comete Pro Carbon

The Cosmic Pro Carbon SL UST is the do-it-all carbon wheelset that excels on any terrain. At just 1450 grams (rim brake) for the pair, and a reduction in rolling resistance thanks to UST, it’s the every-day high performance wheelset. Available in rim or disc brake versions. $1799.90 (rim brake), $1899.90 (disc brake).

UST also comes to the Ksyrium line of aluminum wheels, including the Ksyrium Pro UST, which brings the durability, ride quality, and value the name has long been known for. Available in rim or disc brake versions. $999.90 (rim brake), $1,099.90 (disc brake).

Ksyrium Pro

Women’s apparel adds a number of key pieces in the Sequence line with the new Twist Tank and Pro Bib Short that ups the performance level.
Using a high-wicking, soft fabric, the Sequence Jersey Graphic hits the mark in comfort and style. With Hot Ride UV and a ½ zip front zipper, it’s an ideal summer piece. Available in two colors. $99.95.

Sequence Graphic Jersey

The highly requested Sequence Pro Bib Short is one of the additions for ‘18 and uses a 3D Women’s insert for progressive cushioning, in addition to a bathroom break zipper. It features a Pro Fit and uses Italian fabrics for optimal muscle support. $179.95.


When the weather doesn’t require a full jersey, the Sequence Twist Tank offers a unique styling designed around heat and sweat management. It uses a Pro Fit while allowing for a full three pockets in the rear. Available in three colors. $69.95.

Sequence Twist Tank

The Essential line is added to men’s apparel while Cosmic Ultimate SL brings top-tier performance to any ride.

Using the 3D Ergo Endurance insert, the Essential Bib Short places a priority on comfort by using two different density foams to deliver support and moisture management. Since the perfect fit is key to comfort, a new Ergo grip SL elastic construction is used on the thighs to provide adequate grip. Available in three colors. $119.95.

Essential Bib-Short

The Essential Wind Vest gives protection from the elements in a lightweight, easily stowable design. Dura Wind SL delivers wind protection while Durable Water Repellent Treatment repels light rain. It weighs only 75 grams and compresses down into its own reversible rear pocket for easy carrying. Available in three colors. $109.95.

Essential Wind Vest

When winter takes hold the Essential H20 Jacket will keep you out on the bike thanks to a 2-layered fabric that creates a waterproof design that is still breathable and lightweight. It has an anatomic fit to avoid a bulky look and features reflective panels on the arms and back for added visibility. Available in two colors. $179.95.

Essential H20 Jacket

Once summer hits, the Cosmic Ultimate SL Bib Short and Cosmic Ultimate SL Jersey will be the go-to due to their high breathability and UV protection. The bib shorts are the lightest ever from Mavic and use a 3D Pro insert that’s made with Ortholite memory foam. As for the jersey, it features Pro Fit for a sleek, tailored cut using Air Mesh ST fabric designed for the maximum amount of ventilation and cooling possible. The jersey is available in three colors. $199.95 (bib shorts), $129.95 (jersey).

Cosmic Ultimate SL Bib-Short
Cosmic Ultimate SL Jersey

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