The Strada LGG is a classic road tire featuring the traditional Clement chevron pattern for excellent grip in wet or dry conditions. Inspired by the legendary Clement Criterium Seta, the LGG provides a supple ride, durable yet lightweight construction, and puncture-protection belt under the tread.
The LGG is named after the airport code for Liege, Belgium, heart of the Ardennes and home of Liège–Bastogne–Liège cycle race, the oldest of the classics.
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These tyres roll well and seem to have lots of grip, although I have not tried them in the wet yet. The tan walls look really good on my matt black frame. Only problem so far is they are very difficult to fit without getting quite a significant wobble from side to side. I have had them fitted for over a week now, deflated and inflated them numerous times to try and seat them correctly but still I am unable to get the rear one straight.
In the last 1500km I rode on a variety of road surfaces ranging from smooth tarmac roads to cobbles and dirt roads. These tires handled it all very well and the ride was a lot smoother then it was on the standard 23C tires that came on my Giant TCR advanced. In those 1500km I haven't had one puncture and there are a few small cuts from the dirt roads I have ridden on but I expected a lot more damage from those country roads. I have even tested these tires in some crits and fast, twisty high speed descents and even in the wet the grip is sufficient when cornering. All in all I really like these tires and I am definitely ordering another set when mine are worn out but by the looks of it that will definitely take a while.
I did the Isle of Wight randonnee on these tyres in 25mm, and they were superb. Less harsh and faster rolling than a gatorskin, yet still adequately puncture proof. The back lanes were in quite a state from the torrential overnight rain, and there were punctured riders EVERYWHERE, but these just shrugged it off and upon inspection afterwards didn't even have any battle scars from the flinty gravel that was everywhere. I also set a PB on the TT I did with them on. Admittedly, I have been training and paced it better.