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Mavic Cyclometers

Mavic Cyclometers on this page: Wintech Cyclometer with cadence

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What is now Mavic was started in the late 19th century as a maker of bicycle components. But it was in 1934 that Mavic hit its stride when they began making aluminum bicycle rims. The Tour de France initially forbade their use, Tour boss Henri Desgrange feeling that they were unsafe compared to wooden rims. Antonin Magne won his second Tour in 1934 using Mavic rims that were painted to look like ones of wood.

Mavic introduced their own component groupset in 1979. The rear derailleurs were beautifully well-made and had an interesting difference. All the derailleur pivot pins were held in place with removable circlips. The derailleurs could be completely disassembled, cleaned and rebuilt. Broken or worn parts, even of the parallelogram, could be replaced.

Since then, though Mavic no longer makes its component groupset, Mavic has expanded its range to include cyclometers, wheels, rims and shoes.

Mavic Wintech Cyclometer with cadence. New, $150.00

Part# 09101

74 grams


  • Current Speed
  • Average Speed
  • Maximum Speed
  • Trip Distance
  • Odometer
  • Riding Time
  • Clock
  • Trend Indicator
  • Sleep Mode
  • Cadence

Mavic Wntech cyclometer

Nice, clean Mavic design. You'll use this skewer that Mavic provides with the cyclometer. The lever houses the pickup and broadcasts to the handlebar unit.

Mavic Wintech cadence kit

Here's the cadence kit that will come with the computer.

Mavic Wintech box

The box, describing the Wintech computer. Though it lists 11 finctions, we counted only 10.