Mavic has released details of its range for 2018, including a number of new lines

In its wheel range, the main change for 2018 is the previously announced switch of all Mavic’s line-up to UST tubeless ready. This extends all the way from its top spec carbon clinchers like the Cosmic Pro Carbon SL right down to the Ksyrium Elite alloys. And its Yksium Pro tyres have gone UST too.

650b wheels are an emerging trend, and Mavic’s new 249 Euro Aksium Allroad gravel bike wheelset, which sits below the Ksyrium Allroad, offers a 650b option alongside 700c.

New Allroad range is designed for gravel biking

On the brand’s clothing side, there’s a new Allroad collection. Designed for the gravel rider, it features added warmth through merino content. The Allroad Thermo long sleeve jersey costs €190 and the short sleeve Allroad jersey is priced at €150.

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There’s a lightweight, packable Allroad Insulated vest with Primaloft insulation for 160 Euro and, for a more laid back look water repellent Allroad fitted baggy overshorts for €120.

 

New Sequence women’s kit options include jacket, lightweight top and bibshorts

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The women’s range is also extended with the new Sequence line, which includes Sequence Pro bibshorts priced at €160, Sequence Twist Tank at €70 and Sequence Wind jacket priced at €110.



Footwear gets an upgrade with a new version of the Cosmic Pro shoe in white, red and black priced at €260. And you can get a new €80 white bootie to fit into your £900 Comete Ultimate shoes.

There is also a new MIPS version of the Ksyrium Pro helmet and the Echappee Pro MIPS helmet, both priced at €160 as well as new colour options for the Cosmic Ultimate and Cosmic Pro helmets.