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Donnelly Tires MXP 120tpi Clincher Cyclocross Tire

Donnelly Tires
MXP 120tpi Clincher Cyclocross Tire

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The Donnelly Tires MXP features a unique tread pattern offering an amazing all-conditions tire that excels on grass, loose dirt, sand, moderate mud, hard pack, and pavement. The MXP is named after the airport code for Milan, Italy, site of a World Cup cyclocross venue that calls for an all-conditions tire.

The tread features the a classic profile with several modern updates. Precise grooves in the central chevrons allow the tread to flex while more aggressive side knobs offer traction and control beyond what you might expect. If you could only have one cyclocross tire in your quiver, the MXP is the one to have.

Donnelly Tires were previously known as Clement tires, but due to a licensing have had to change their name. If you have used Clement tires in the past, Donnelly has retained the materials, designs, and compounds in these tires.


Features:

  • Center chevrons and staggered side knobs for all-conditions.
  • Side knobs offer superior cornering.
  • Soft rubber compound provides extra grip and shock absorption.
  • Precision design creates a straight tire with no variances in size or alignment.
  • Not tubeless ready.
  • 120 TPI casing.
  • Weight: 330 grams.
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Cross tire muddy
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by Anonymous

Great cross tire for the muddy conditions in the pacific north west.

Reviewed 1/18/2019
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Great all around tire, on or off road
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by ScottieMo
Daily Commuter
Bristol, CT

I have approximately 800 miles on these tires so far, with a solid mix of on and off road use through dry, rain, and snowice mix. They have held up to everything I've thrown at them including a nasty New England mix of wet icy slush under snow.

I've been finding myself taking some more off road paths on my way home just so I don't feel as if I'm wasting them during my commute. They are slower than my summer tires, hold up against the glass and garbage of my commute and I can go where ever I feel like. It's a refreshing change to be able to deviate from my standard route.

Used at 5055 for good conditions, 3538 ish for bad conditions.

Reviewed 12/3/2018
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My go-to CX racing tires
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by dizzwave
Competitive Racer
Portland, OR

I have two pairs of these an older pair I use for commuting, and the newer ones I save for races. They are awesome. I have heard that the PDX tires are better for extra-muddy conditions, but I prefer to have a more all-around set of tires, so these are it until I'm more of a Cat 1-2 kinda guy. )

Reviewed 10/26/2018
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