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Clement MXP Tubular Cyclocross Tire

Clement
/Donnelly MXP Tubular Cyclocross Tire

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The perfect compromise.

When it was time to add a new tire to their 'cross line up, Clément took a cue from a classic. The MXP, which takes its name from the Milan Malpensa airport code, is based on the popular Grifo tread, designed to offer an ideal blend of traction and speed when both wet and dry conditions are on the menu.

Split center chevrons allow the tire to roll quickly over hard-pack, but still bite down in light mud. Cleat inspired side lugs provide additional grip in the corners, and the open spaces between the center tread and shoulder areas allow the tire to shed mud and debris.

Like the rest of Clément's tubulars, the MXP uses Tufo's proven casing with no tube for maximum sealant compatibility. 120 TPI casing. 68 max. recommended PSI. 700c x 33mm (UCI legal; 33-622 ISO). 374g.

 

Weight: 374 grams

 

Weight: 374 grams

 

Application: Cyclocross 

 

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 33-622 mm

 

Threads Per Inch: 120 TPI

 

Max Pressure: 68 PSI

 

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Terrific construction
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by X-wrench
NY
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Tubeless design really makes a difference when it comes to mounting-easy to center and the tire runs true. This tire will hold its air for a week. The tread isn't the fastest, but provides sure footing in most conditions. The casing is a bit stiffer compared to something like a Challenge tubular, but you can run the Clement at sub 30psi without fear of pinch flats to get a supple feel. Oh, and no need to Aquaseal the sidewalls!

Reviewed 10/31/2014
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working man's tubular
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by bbcross
Competitive Racer
Seattle, WA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I love the Clement line of tubulars. The MXPs are fast and hook up well. Best of all, the glue up well, are super straight and you never need to worry about repairing a tube. I run mine with some Stan's.

Reviewed 10/2/2014
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Great grip, solid construction
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Bay Area, CA
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

This tire is better than the Grifo Challenge in most ways.

-The construction is beefier, particularly the sidewalls, though the MXP is a little lighter than the Challenge.

-The shoulder tread is a little grippier than the Grifo (my rear end does not slide out as much, though the Grifo does slide predictably).

-The construction is uniform (it's not handmade). This made it easier to glue on because the sidewalls are a consistent width, additionally, the circumference was much less lumpy than the Grifo.

The Grifo is noticably more supple, however. This means that I run the Clement at a lower pressure to get the same ground profile, but it still seems a little stiffer than the Grifo.

Because a tubular issue can end my race or at least kill my chance at a decent call up next week, I'll put the durability of the Clement over the suppleness of the Grifo, and now only ride Clement tires (MXP and the PDX).

Reviewed 11/18/2013
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Excellent cornering and speed in the straight aways
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by John
Tennessee
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Clement MXP tubulars have helped me bring home 3 wins and 3 podiums during my first year as a cat 2 cyclocross racer. These tires hug corners at high speed and have very little rolling resistance at high speed in the fast sections. Great tires !!

Reviewed 11/3/2013
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The best tires round. Duranos ride a little rough, but they are great.
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by Anonymous
NC
0 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

The best tires around.

Reviewed 2/13/2014
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Great tires!
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Seattle
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Great tires. I stayed upright while others were falling down. They didn't clog with mud or slide out. I had my best result of the season on these tires.

Reviewed 11/22/2013
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