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Donnelly Tires
MXP Tubeless Ready Cyclocross Tire

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The perfect compromise.

When it was time to add a new tire to their 'cross line up, Donnelly 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 from their previous life as Clement, 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.

The MXP Tubeless-ready Clincher uses a supple 120 TPI casing. 68 max. recommended PSI. 700c x 33mm (UCI legal; 33-622 ISO). 378g.

 

Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 

 

Weight: 446 gr

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