The Clement X’Plor MSO is an adventure tyre designed for mixed conditions. The combination of smooth-rolling centre knobs and aggressive shoulder lugs provide great traction and durability for gravel roads, trails, cyclocross, urban assault and even pavement. The MSO will fit on your cyclocross or gravel bike, commuter, and touring rig.
The MSO tyre is named for the airport code of Missoula, Montana, home of the Adventure Cycling Association and the inspiration for countless cycling journeys. Clement’s X’Plor adventure tyre series is designed to bridge the gap between pavement and blazing your own trail. Each tyre within this series is designed for multiple conditions from off-road touring to gravel racing to just getting outta’ Dodge.
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Made to explore lesser ridden roads. Took them over 19th century carriage roads, eroded to near MTB quality. These tires provided excellent traction in loose sand, over rocks, and gravel roads. Treads are deep enough for climbing on steep dirt. Treads are low on the sides, so that cornering remains in control on hard pack and tarmac. A bit slow on tarmac. Haven't tried more psi than 80. They have a huge psi range, between 50 and 90.
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