Reviews of all cyclocross tires – including tubulars, clinchers and tubeless
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Donnelly has a new, high TPI version of its PDX tubeless cyclocross clincher coming, called the PDX WC. We take a first look at the new UCI-compliant tire.
We’ve got a round-up of new gravel tires from Donnelly, Hutchinson, Kenda, VIttoria and WTB from the 2019 Sea Otter Classic trade show.
Panaracer used the 2019 Sea Otter Classic to unveil a new ‘+’ casing, tubeless sealant and gravel versions of old tires. We look at the new gravel products.
Challenge Tires tubeless handmade clinchers and tubulars? We spotted some interesting tires at Sea Otter. We look at what the company might be working on.
The Rutland is Teravail’s new gravel tire with knobs to provide grip when the rough road gets gnarly. We put some miles in the Light and Supple 42mm tires.
The front rows of the UCI-categories provide a snapshot of brands and treads riders are using. We look at the tread and brand choices at the 2018 Pan-Ams.
Tubeless tires are having a good year with the Squid, Pivot/Maxxis and Garneau-Easton teams riding them. We look at the how and why of their success.
Wout van Aert, Sven Nys had access to the prototype Dugast Ernst mud tubular for a few seasons, but now it’s available to the rest of us. We take our first look.
Panaracer, IRC, Donnelly, Kenda, Challenge and Maxxis all had new cyclocross and gravel tires on display at Interbike 2018. We take a look at the rubber.
Challenge Tires has finally gone tubeless with its Gravel Grinder TLR clincher. Was it worth the wait? We put the company’s tubeless offering to the test.
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Vee Tires is brining BMX to cyclocross and gravel with the Speedster and going Road Plus with the Zilent Sports. Learn more about both all-road treads.
Vittoria is expanding its Terreno line with the new Terreno Zero gravel / all-road tire. We look at the new slick center, side-knobbed option.
Kenda’s newest tubeless gravel tire is the Alluvium, which has dense center knobs and three sizes of side knobs. We take a first look at the new-for-2018 tire.
Goodyear Tires is returning to its roots with new tubeless-ready bicycle tires. We look at the 35mm County and 40mm Connector gravel treads.
Challenge Tires is going tubeless for the 2019 model year with its Strada Bianca and Gravel Grinder. It is also offering high-volume tubular versions of the Dune and other treads.
IRC’s new high-volume Boken tubeless gravel tire was inspired by the company’s Serac Sand. A 700c version will be out soon and a 650b model will follow.
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Specialized has redesigned the Terra and Tracer cyclocross tires, unveiling a completely new Tracer and more aggressive Terra, both with 38mm width options.
Ritchey has unveiled a new WCS tubeless casing version of its fast-rolling 40mm Speedmax cyclocross/gravel tire. We take a close-up look with first ride impressions.
Soma widened its Cazadero to a 700×50 model. We take a first look at a tire that seeks to balance low center resistance with effective off-road treads.
Hutchinson took its time to develop its first gravel tire, but Overide is here and comes in two casings and two widths. Was it worth the wait? We put them to the test.
Clement’s new Ushuaia alloy wheels offer a solid value in either 700c or 650b size and come in two versions (lightweight and standard). The new MXP 24″ tire offers a narrow, faster option for young riders and the MSO and USH X’Plor gravel tires are available in 50c widths.
Hutchinson rolls out its new Overide gravel tire, a new CX+ category, and its now-available Sector 32 pavé tire at Sea Otter. We take a first look.
Vittoria throws its name into the high-volume tubeless cyclocross tire ring with 40mm options of the Terreno tire line with Dry, Mix and Wet options.