Clement X’Plor USH 60 TPI Tire – Clincher

Compound: dual
Size: 700 c x 35 mm
Type: clincher

The wordsmiths at Clement did not come with an apostrophe within the X’Plor USH 60 TPI Clincher Tire simply so as to add somewhat zing to the title. As a substitute, the apostrophe’s role as indicating an omission is an ideal grammatical metaphor for what we mean when use the phrase “gravel grinding.” As a substitute of simply grinding gravel, the term serves as an apostrophe for riding a motorcycle across all approach of terrain. This implied roster of surfaces begins with gravel, after all, however expands to incorporate grime, grass, washboard, singletrack, and tarmac. The tire lines up with Clement’s airport naming convention through taking its name from the airport code for Ushuaia (USH) in Argentina, the southernmost town on this planet and the gateway to Tierra del Fuego. Clement cites Tierra’s journey motorbike touring scene as the foundation for the tire’s development, which options low, broad knobs and a difficult, smooth rolling compound at the centerline that is as at home on grime as it’s on slipshod chip seal. The softer shoulders are bedazzled with rows of diamond-formed tread for traction on less hospitable surfaces.
Compound: twin
Size: 700 c x 35 mm
Sort: clincher
TPI: 60
Bead: folding