Category: News

Mani, Driscoll net top fives and Haidet top 10 at Charm City Cross

Posted on 10/11/16 by Clement

Back on the east coast for the UCI Charm City Cross weekend in Baltimore, Raleigh-Clement placed two riders in the top 10 in the wet and soggy conditions for the Saturday C2 race. In the women’s event, French National Champion Caroline Mani struggled to find good legs for the muddy and slick race but managed […]

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A spectacular second for Mani at Iowa City World Cup

Posted on 09/26/16 by Clement

The Jingle Cross Cyclocross Festival was a jam packed event filled with three days of thrilling racing. The prelude to the main event played out Friday night under the lights at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Iowa City. Not able to race the World Cup, Lance Haidet was the only member of the Raleigh-Clement team […]

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Mani fifth, Driscoll 29th at CrossVegas World Cup

Posted on 09/22/16 by Clement

Under the lights at the Desert Breeze Soccer Complex, the CrossVegas World Cup showcased the best talent in the world with fast, electrifying racing. In the women’s race French National Champion Caroline Mani took the hole shot and stayed near the front of the 47 minute race to finish fifth, her best ever result in […]

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Mani rides to 3rd at Trek CXC Cup

Posted on 09/19/16 by Clement

  This past weekend at the Trek CXC Cup, the Raleigh-Clement squad toed the line against the strongest riders to ever line up in Waterloo, WI. Along with many of the Europeans, Caroline Mani and Jamey Driscoll sat out the C2 to fine tune for Sunday’s C1. In the women’s race, Mani was on her […]

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Mani Wins and Driscoll is Second in First Weekend of Racing at Rochester Cyclocross

Posted on 09/13/16 by Clement

At the opening weekend of UCI cyclocross racing in the US, the Raleigh-Clement Professional Cycling Team didn’t skip a beat from last season as they were once again a dominant presence. Jamey Driscoll opened the podium count on Saturday with a second place in the C1 race when he crossed the line behind US National […]

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Raleigh-Clement Professional Cycling Team Announces Roster and Season’s Plans

Posted on 09/08/16 by Clement

  Two days out from the start of the 2016-17 cyclocross season, the Raleigh-Clement Professional Cycling Team is eager to get the season underway in Rochester, NY at the opening UCI weekend in the US. Caroline Mani, French National Champion and 2016 UCI World Championships silver medalist, and Jamey Driscoll, 2009 CrossVegas winner and eight-time […]

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New Strada LGG 32 in Tan Sidewall

Posted on 06/16/16 by Clement

NEW and available now is a tan sidewall Strada LGG 32 mm. Available in 60 TPI only at this point with a puncture protection belt under tread. Ask your local retailer if you are interested!

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Clement Launches Tubeless Tires in Multiple Treads

Posted on 03/18/16 by Clement

Clement has launched five new tubeless offerings in both current models and new designs. For cyclocross, the well regarded PDX and MXP will both be available in tubeless versions. New to the line-up is the BOS – aptly named for Boston, made specifically for the harshest, deepest mud. With taller knobs overall and well supported, […]

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Team Vanderkitten Rides Clement

Posted on 02/28/14 by Clement

Clement is proud to announce the Vanderkitten Pro Cycling Team will race and train on Clement tires for the 2014 season. Now in its 8th year, Vanderkitten is an innovative womens road team based in Berkeley, California, and includes 12 pros and 3 development riders. Vanderkitten’s mission is to inspire women to live healthy, active […]

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Frigid Temps Don’t Slow Raleigh-Clement Team

Posted on 12/09/13 by Clement

One of the best – or worst – things about cyclocross is the ever-changing weather. The season starts in summer, and ends in mid-winter. Unpredictable changes are common, and extreme race conditions can be expected at least a couple times per season. But this weekend’s frigid cold in Bend, Oregon made racing even more severe […]

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