Tag archive for ‘tire’

  • Tire Review: Challenge Almanzo Gravel Race Tire

    The Challenge Almanzo and Eroica: which will you choose for a gravel grinder? © Clifford Lee

    by Clifford Lee Just in time for your ‘off-season’ gravel event, Challenge has released the Eroica and Almanzo tires to fit your road or ’cross bike. Using a “super poly” casing of polyester thread in the open tubular design with…

  • Tire Review: Challenge Eroica Gravel Race Tire

    The Challenge Almanzo and Eroica: which will you choose for a gravel grinder? © Clifford Lee

    by Clifford Lee Just in time for your ‘off-season’ gravel event, Challenge has released the Eroica and Almanzo tires to fit your road or ’cross bike. Using a “super poly” casing of polyester thread in the open tubular design with…

  • Tire Review: Challenge Almanzo and Eroica Gravel Race Tires

    The Challenge Almanzo and Eroica: which will you choose for a gravel grinder? © Clifford Lee

    by Clifford Lee Just in time for your ‘off-season’ gravel event, Challenge has released the Eroica and Almanzo tires to fit your road or ’cross bike. Using a “super poly” casing of polyester thread in the open tubular design with…

  • A Closer Look at the Challenge Limus Cyclocross Tubular Tire for Mud

    The Challenge Limus tubular tire, in 700x33c width, 300tpi casing. © Cyclocross Magazine

    The Challenge Limus cyclocross tubular tires are making their way across the country, just in time for cyclocross season. We have received a review pair (freshly made on July 02, in Thailand), and we’ve got some pre-gluing observations from our…

  • 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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