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I'm not likely to switch tires due to a change in the elements.  Any advice on good CX clincher tires for conditions in the Northeastern U.S.?  Thanks.

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You will never go wrong with Michelin Mud 2 (old or new versions) Or experiment.
Or, the Schwalbe Racing Ralph, Kenda Kommando or Maxxis Raze. Best bet, check out the CX mag back issues on their tire shootout.
Thanks.  I had the back issue at one point.. but can't find it now that I need it.  It's a testament to how practical the magazine is!  Good suggestions above.  I'll try out one of them.
Hate to chime in so late, but the WTB Cross Wolf is an awesome tire. You won't be sorry.
I still stand behind the PDX 100% for clinchers, I'm getting a 
Set done from FMB soon to have as tubulars as well. These are fast and reliable and if you rid aggressive they will really stick not just a pure mudder. 


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