The Mavic Crossmax Quest 650B tyre caters for riders who love exploring the trails and who want adventure. With dual compound and Guard + breaker technology, they provide great grip, are extremely reliable and very efficiency in their performance.New X-mix Quest dual compound (55/50): grip in all condition and durability High spaced knobs for traction, predictable braking and precise cornering Large volume for comfort and confidence Guard +: reinforced casing X-mix dual compound: long lasting rolling tread UST Tubeless Ready: reduced risk of flats Specification Sizes: 27.5"(650B) x 2.25"/2.4" Weight: 720g/780g TPI: 66 Compound: Dual (55/50 Shore A) Breaker: Guard + Product Data MTB: Yes Tyre Bead: Folding Wheel Size: 27.5" (650b) Tubeless Ready /UST: Yes
|Crossmax Quest 27.5 Folding Tyre Specification|
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Founded in 1889 by Charles Idoux and Lucien Chanel, Mavic are a bike component and clothing manufacturer, primarily known for strong yet lightweight rims. The famous yellow logo has appeared on hoops for many victorious professional riders throughout cycling's rich history. In 1934 Antonin Magne won the Tour De France on their Dura tube rimmed wheels, which weighed nearly half that of their competitors. Clothing and footwear are more recent addition to the Mavic stable, and have a reputation for being functional yet affordable. For an in-depth guide to the history of Mavic, please visit their website or wikipedia page.
I originally found this deal at Wiggle, who are widely established as one of the biggest cycle retailers in the UK. The first incarnation of this giant was as a small bike shop based in Portsmouth, named Butler Cycles... Find out more details about Wiggle here.