Clement’s MXP tubulars tackle a wide range of conditions and variable surfaces.
The Syncline jacket, made by Showers Pass, if a fine option for fall's wet weather with a relaxed fit and cycling-specific features.
The Clement LAS tubulars float over hard-pack or asphalt thanks to the smooth file tread down the center of the tire.
Dugast's Pipisquallo tires are made for very specific course conditions like Koksijde, Belgium’s sand dunes or Cross Vegas’s grassy
Hutchinson calls its Toro tubular a mud tire but the low, fast rolling tread makes it a better all-around option for mixed conditions.
Whether your ‘cross course is covered in muddy ruts or it just has a couple slick sections, Challenge has a tubular for you with the
Jamis's Supernova Elite has a reasonable price tag and durable component package. It's great even when 'cross season has come and gone.
Cannondale's SuperX is aggressive yet stable and race-ready out of the box. It’s not the perfect cyclocross racing bike, but it’s darn
Buying road tires is like buying avocados. Sometimes you have to feel quite a lot of them to get it right.
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