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Clement
PDX Tubular Cyclocross Tire

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Roll through the messiest conditions in total confidence with the Crusade PDX Cyclocross Tubular.

Like its clincher counter part, this tire is named after the the Cross Crusade in Portland Oregon, USA, the largest participant cyclocross series in the World, Clément's newest design is an all-around performer with a particular love for mud.

Tightly spaced center knobs ensure fast roll on hard pack and pavement, in wet or dry conditions. Side knobs offer superior edge control so your bike stays under you--where it belongs. Leading edge of the knob gives you extra traction coming out of corners as well.

  • No inner tube for easy sealant compatibility
  • 65 max. PSI
  • 32mm smooth Presta valve with removable core
  • 700c x 33 (UCI legal; 33-622 ISO)
  • All Black
  • 356g
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Good tire, questionable durability
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Portland, OR

Mounted these for the last few CX races of the season. The traction is excellent and they shed mud nicely. Cornering is on par with Dugast and Challenge offerings. My one concern is durablity. The tread compound is soft and, as such, doesn't roll as fast at other tires. In addition, I had a few center tread knobs rip off in a race (unusual), which makes me question if the tires will last a season. Overall, good design; question durability.

Reviewed 12/20/2012
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Terrific tubular for all conditions
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by John Drenning
Competitive Racer
Seattle, WA

The Clements glued on nicely and appear to be well made. With valve extenders properly fitted (I am using them on deep-section FSA tubulars), they hold air quite well, and I've had no issues with them. They are tubeless, and can take Tufo sealant, but I haven't put sealant in them yet. (Not many thorns where I race, in the Pacific NW.) This has not been a problem, and I don't anticipate a need for sealant unless I actually get a flat.

I weigh 170 lbs, and have run the front tire as low as 27 psi with no issues. I'm sure a lighter rider could go much lower, I may go lower myself if we get smoother courses later in the season. I tend to be conservative with tire pressures so as to protect those precious carbon rims!

The biggest surprise is how well the tires perform in conditions they weren't designed for. As I understand it, they were designed with mud in mind. But I have raced them on hardpack, pavement, singletrack, and the grass crit conditions very popular in Seattle courses. I've found their cornering grip on wet grass to be way better than the Tufo Elites (primarily a mud tire) I'd been using previously. The only other cross tubular I've used is the Tufo Flexus Primus, which is an excellent tire. But the Clements shed mud better than the Tufo, they're a bit lighter, and the ride quality is a bit better, too. I've found the Clement's front end grip to be quite confidence inspiring, and they've never surprised me in sketchy conditions.

In a perfect word, it would be great to have a file tread for early season, a mud-specific tire for the end of the season, etc. But if you don't want to mess around with all that, the PDX is a very capable all-condition tire, ad has handled everything I've ridden it through just fine. At the pro level having the perfect tire for the conditions is essential, but if like me you're a cat 3 with a day job, I'm confident these tires won't ever be the thing keeping you off the podium! I hope the 5-star rating doesn't seem excessive, but honestly, I can't think about anything I'd want to change about these tires.

Reviewed 10/27/2012
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Good enough for the pros, good enough for the working man privateer
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by Patrick
Competitive Racer
SF, CA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

If you just want a tire that you can glue on (really well hopefully) and race thru the years, Clements & Tufo's are the choice. Unlike the Gucci brands with cotton sidewalls, Clements require basically no maintenance, so if your glue job is bomber, you can get 2-3 seasons of weekend racing out them (depending on how much you race). And you can put sealant in them which is nice. A MXP in the rear and PDX in the front is pretty much good enough for 95% of the NorCal CX racing we do (IMHO)

Reviewed 1/29/2015
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A great all-around tire for the varying conditions the NW offers.
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by PDXNative
Competitive Racer
Portland, OR
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Excellent mud traction yet fast when ran at higher PSI on dryer/frozen days. The tire compound is soft and tacky, which is great for race days, but they will wear quickly if used extensively on the road.

Reviewed 11/21/2014
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Great All-Around tire
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Loveland, CO
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I bought this tire for racing cross in Colorado. I have Tufo Primus and Cubus on my other wheels and feel that the PDX is superior to both in any conditions. I used them for dirt, grass, snow, mud, and sand and they worked well in all conditions.

Reviewed 1/13/2014
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Durable and easy to mount
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by Tipsy
Competitive Racer
nashua, nh
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Easy to mount the PDX is durable and great in just about any terrian

Reviewed 12/26/2013
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About the best built tubular i have seen. Handling in the mud is good.
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by MadfiberRider
Competitive Racer
Seattle
3 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

The handling is good with a nice feedback and warning that it is going to slip. Traction in mud is good but not as good as my best mud tire, Rocket Ron clinchers, which aren't made in tubular versions until 2013. The build quality is amazingly better than Continental or Vittoria tubulars.

Reviewed 11/3/2012
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