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Item # CLM000B

Conquer the wild.

When you're saddling up for a Wild West cycling adventure, you never know what kind of road conditions (or lack thereof) you'll run into. So you want a tire that's built to handle almost anything, like the Clement X'Plor MSO Tubeless Tire. Named after the airport code of Missoula, MT, this tire is inspired by all things mixed dirt, road, and gravel with fast-rolling center knobs and burly shoulder lugs for grip when things get loose. Made to fit a wide range of bicycles—including cyclocross, commuter, touring, and gravel rigs—the X'Plor MSO features a soft rubber compound for comfortable grip and is now tubeless ready so you can spend more time exploring and less time fixing flats.

Tech Specs

700 c x 36 mm
tubeless clincher
Recommended Use:
Manufacturer Warranty:

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Great tire

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I replaced some Schwalbe X-Ones with these MSPs on my gravel bike. I liked the X-One a great deal, but for general gravel riding as compared to racing cross, the MSP is a big improvement in rolling resistance without giving up much in the traction department.

Also, these set up tubeless extremely easy. They have a tight bead and require nothing more than a good floor pump to set the bead.

Avg. ride time: 1h 45m per week
  • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

Is this tire 60 or 120 TPI?

I wish someone would answer this :) Although, it looks more like 120 TPI price than the 60 TPI price.

No answer so buying elsewhere. Also, no weight posted in Tech Specs.

I decided to call CC to get an answer. The guy on the phone could not have been *less* helpful. Explained that CC gets tires that may be OEM takeoffs which would have a TPI between 60-120, may be 120 or may be 60. He indicated CC has no additional specs to offer. I did not order.

When I purchased these from CC, I was told they are 60 TPI and that Clement doesn't make a tubeless version of this tire in 120 TPI.

A Great Gravel Tire

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

36c makes this tire a pretty ideal width for tackling gravel and light off road while still fitting in most if not all cross/gravel bike frames. The treads are just there enough to give you decent grip while ripping up some gravel, but won't slow you down too much when riding on pavement. Tubeless ready, so pair these with a nice tubeless ready wheelset like Stan's Grail and lower that air pressure all the way down to keep you comfortable while riding all day.

Buying another set, I loved the 40 MSO tires because I could fit them in a carbon frame of mine (just), built a new bike and had tubeless rims, so WTF!? These tires popped onto the rim (Stan's, btw) so smooth, best tubeless tires I have tried on my wheels! I've run 'em up to 60 on my rims, no issues with as low as 20, they are GREAT!!!!

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Avg. ride time: 43m per week
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Will these fit on my 58cm GT Grade with stock Stans Grail wheels?