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Clement Strada USH SC Adventure Tyre

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Product Description

When speed is a top priority but the road is unpredictable,the Strada USH stands out as a light and fast tire that can handle it no matter what the road is made of.

Combining a fast rolling center track and scaled up herringbone tread for conviction in the turns, this long lasting and hard wearing tire has you covered from commuting to big adventure days in the saddle.

Key Features:
  • Clincher sizes: 32 x 700c
  • Fast and durable center section
  • Exaggerated chevron pattern on sides for great grip
  • 120 TPI folding with protective belt bead to bead
  • 60 TPI folding with puncture-protection under tread

Clement Strada USH SC Adventure Tyre Reviews

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Overall Rating:
4
out of 5
4.00
Build Quality
4.00
Performance
5
Value For Money
3.00

Customer Reviews (1)

4
Great all round tyre

These came fitted with my Genesis 'gravel' bike, not purchased from Tredz, but have been using them for a year now so feel justified to leave a review... A great all round tyre. On the road, at 40psi they're very forgiving on our crap, pot holed British roads. A very smooth ride, with no noticeable drag when I need to get the speed on. Ridden these on all sorts of bridleways, gravel rides and days out in the peak district in the ice and snow. Have only lost traction on wet limestone or thick mud. Can't even remember having a puncture with these, either. I'd certainly recommend these. Would I pay the asked £55 per tyre...that's a different question.

These came fitted with my Genesis 'gravel' bike, not purchased from Tredz, but have been using them for a year now so feel justified to leave a review... A great all round tyre. On the road, at 40psi they're very forgiving on our crap, pot holed British roads. A very smooth ride, with no noticeable drag when I need to get the speed on. Ridden these on all sorts of bridleways, gravel rides and days out in the peak district in the ice and snow. Have only lost traction on wet limestone or thick mud. Can't even remember having a puncture with these, either. I'd certainly recommend these. Would I pay the asked £55 per tyre...that's a different question.

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4 out of 5
Build Quality: 4/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 3/5