Mavic 825
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Category:  Shifters
Name:  Mavic 825
Brand:  Mavic
Primary Group:  870 (MTB)
Model:  825
Years:  Early 1990's - Mid 1990's
Country:  France
Weight:  160 grams (Spec),
for the pair, as listed in 1991 Mavic Catalogue
Added By: Xab on 02/24/22
Updated By: Xab on 02/24/22
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Shifter Type ThumbAttachment Style Handlebar Mount
Shifting Systems6sp Mavic
7sp Mavic
Lever Markings
Lever MaterialAlloy  
General Information
The Mavic 825 was an early attempt at bar-mounted shifters by Mavic, for MTB use. It was part of a complete offer for MTB (or ATB as they say in the 90/91 catalogue, with dedicated hubs (ref 530), headset (ref 315/316/317), bottom bracket (ref 616 RD), crankset (ref 637), front derailleur (ref 875), rear derailleur (ref 845) and the 825 shifters.
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Brand Information(click to expand)
 Mavic is best known for its lightweight aluminum rims and complete wheels, which they continue to produce today.  They also produced a full range of drive train components in the past.  Mavic made a failed attempt to popularize an electronic shifting system in the early 90's.
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