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Recommend me 35mm Cyclocross tires?

Old 08-22-18, 03:40 PM
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Recommend me 35mm Cyclocross tires?

Looking for some tires for this upcoming season. Looking for recommendations

Requirements
-Tubeless ready
- larger than 33mm, I'd like 35's if possible ( no rules in my league )
- Tread for dry grass and dusty hardpack
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Hutchinson Overide. My current favorite tire by a significant margin. They don't much care for sand, but they'll handle just about anything else.
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Clement/Donnelly LAS ( i think they are all tubeless now) only 33mm but i don't think you don't need wider for fast courses. less to grab the grass. They were built for the CX in Vegas which is hardpack dirt and grass.

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Ritchey Shield 35mm is a great all arounder that rolls fast
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Originally Posted by DrIsotope
Hutchinson Overide. My current favorite tire by a significant margin. They don't much care for sand, but they'll handle just about anything else.
Great tyres but for cyclocross... They don't have any bite, no real tread.
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Originally Posted by Jakedatc
Clement/Donnelly LAS ( i think they are all tubeless now) only 33mm but i don't think you don't need wider for fast courses. less to grab the grass. They were built for the CX in Vegas which is hardpack dirt and grass.
I don't know about the tubeless variety, but all the tubed Clement/Donnelly tires I've used (PDX and MXP tires) have measured around 35mm...
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True.. mine measure wider.. my BOS's are 35 too. my Rocket ralphs are also 35 which i'm using for gravel at the moment
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