Tag archive for ‘PDX’

  • Clement Adds MXP “All Conditions” Tread to Cyclocross Tubular and Clincher Lineup

    Clement's new MXP cyclocross tread is the company's latest tread designed to be your do-it-all option if you have to choose just one tire. ©Cyclocross Magazine

    by Clifford Lee Thirteen months ago we brought you the first-ever images of the new Clement MXP cyclocross tire tread, and at Interbike 2012, Clement showed off the long-awaited tire for all to touch, smell, and for a few strange…

  • PDXCROSS Presents Cross-Dressed, The Video

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    We love Oregon’s cyclocross scene. After all, it’s home of the Cross Crusades as well as a USGP and the two-time site of Nationals in Bend. So when PDX Cross came out with their video from the Halloween race in…

  • New Product Spotlight: Clement’s Cyclocross Tubular Tire Technology and Upcoming MXP, USH Tires

    Clement’s Donn Kellogg has spent a good part of his life around tires, and after relaunching the Clement brand and bringing cyclocrossers the PDX and LAS cyclocross clinchers in 2010, he’s been focused on expanding his tire line-up with both additional treads and tubular tires.

    The result of his efforts? A tubeless, seamless cyclocross tubular that eschews the hand-made construction of cyclocross tubular tires like Dugast, FMB, Challenge and Vittoria, and instead adopts Tufo-like technology but promises a more supple casing.

  • Tire Review: Clement LAS Semislick Cyclocross Clincher

    Clement LAS Semislick Cyclocross Clincher Cyclocross Magazine

    Clement made its return to tires and cyclocross in 2010 with the new PDX and LAS cyclocross clinchers. PDX, of course, is the airport code for Portland, and LAS the code for Las Vegas. As one might guess, the LAS is designed for gamblers, and the PDX is designed for bike commuters.

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