The Corima Puma's design and the aesthetics of its carbon monocoque frame have revolutionized the bicycle industry since the appearance on the market in 1991. Moving forward, Corima has continuously refined this frame to introduce all the improvements available in the materials used in its composition. Accommodating the latest technical innovations, Corima revolutionize the asymmetric rear stays for optimum power transfer and still allowing for easy mounting of the rear wheel. The Puma is by nature a versatile frame on the road. Designed for grand tour mountain climbing or sprint finishes, it is made for all road cyclists, triathletes or duathlons. This frame is a companion in pleasure and performance. All cables are internally routed for a very clean and sleek appearance. Its refined beauty and class will charm you with its advanced innovations.
Mavic presents the Mektronic, the first wireless electronic transmission groupo.
Birth of Mektronic in 1999, was another step forward in electronic derailleurs. No more wires; transmission was now by digitally-coded radio waves. Many control points were built into the hand-grips and a multi-function onboard computer attached to the handlebar shows speed, distance covered, elapsed time, sprocket positions, etc.
Mavic's overall system approach rewrites standards, leads to the development of the Fore concept, a technological innovation dorn of aeronautics, and Ksyrium wheels. The result is no more rim piercing, guaranteed airtight fitting, no need for rim tapes, fewer spokes, a lighter wheel, improved rigidity and resistance.
- cranks: Mavic 631 Starfish
- chainrings: Mavic
- bottom bracket: sealed bearing
- brakes: Mavic SSC
- shifters: Mavic Mektronic
- derailleur - front: Mavic SSC
- derailleur - rear: Mavic Mektronic
- chain: KMC x9SL gold
- cassette: Campagnolo Veloce
- wheels: Mavic Ksyrium
- tires: Michilen Pro Race
- handlebar: ITM Millenium
- bartape: Deda Logo
- stem: ITM Mutant
- headset: Mavic 305
- seatpost: Coirma carbon fiber
- saddle: Selle San Marco