Mavic 125 Ans Seven Axiom SL Auction


Mavic 125 Ans Seven Axiom SL Auction


Remember that Mavic 125 ANS project I covered earlier this year? Well, bike by bike, they’re hitting eBay via the Pro’s Closet.

Check out more information below!


Mavic is proud to offer this limited edition Seven Axiom SL with our Ksyrium 125th Anniversary wheel-tyre system and Shimano Ultegra 11-speed components. The Seven Cycles x Mavic 125th Anniversary Axiom SL is part of a collection of bikes designed and built to celebrate the 125th year that Mavic has been your trusted partner in cycling. This bike has a stunning gloss and matte black paint scheme with subtle touches of the famous yellow that Mavic is known for.


The winner of the auction will also receive two special edition Sportwool™ jerseys from Rapha. One autographed by Olympic medallist, American National Champion and Tour de France stage winner Davis Phinney and the other by 12-time national champion, world championship medalist and an Olympic gold medalist Connie Carpenter-Phinney. Feature story and video can be viewed here.


All proceeds from the auction will benefit the Davis Phinney Foundation and their efforts to offer programs that provide the information, tools and inspiration that can be used to live well with Parkinson’s today. More information can be found here. Every Victory Counts!


Special thanks to Seven Cycles, Shimano, Rapha, The Radavist and The Pros Closet for making this bike and auction possible. All images provided by John Watson at ‘The Radavist’.


Frame/Fork – Seven Cycles Axiom SL Road Frame with Carbon Fork
Wheels/Tyres – Mavic Ksyrium 125th Anniversary Edition
Components – Shimano Ultegra 6800 11-speed (Crank – 172.5, Cassette – 11-25)
Headset – Chris King NoThreadSet
Stem – Seven Cycles Titanium (110mm)
Bar – Seven Cycles Road (42cm center-to-center)
Seatpost – Seven Titanium
Saddle – fi’zi:k Airione k:ium
Pedals – Mavic Zxellium SLR Pedals

Top Tube Length 54cm
Seat Tube Length (c to c) 52.5cm
Chainstay length 410mm
Head and Seat Tube Angles 73deg