Michelin Pro4 Tires - Tubular

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MSRP : $89.99


Product Description

Michelin Pro 4 Tubular Tyre Faster and safer due to improved wet grip compared to PRO3 Race The new Michelin PRO4 Service Course improves by 16 its speed in curve on wet road. New standard in mileage and reinforced anti-cut protection**compared to PRO3 Race. Technical solutions: New original compounds with higher centre rigidity and more shoulder grip. Optimisation of the bi-compound profile with lateral treads raised to have better grip in corners. 4 solutions to cover all the needs of cyclists. New sharp profile for better dynamic handling. 110 TPI Fabric. Lateral tread width increased to have better grip on the incline angle. Nylon high density breaker. Buy Michelin Pro 4 Tubular Tyre from Chain Reaction Cycles, the worlds largest online bicycle store.



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Michelin PRO4 service course sidewall cut

and so after about 500km.. this happened on the rear tires tubes was pumped at 100psi and im 145 lbs to repair or not to repair?Read More »

Pro4 Comp Service Course

Anyone ridden this tire yet? Rather expensive but a claimed 7% rolling resistance improvement with a puncture resistant belt. Possibly I will try one on the front to start.Read More »

Micheling Pro4 currently $44.99 at biketiresdirect.com

About a year ago I switched from GP4000s to the Pro4 and I am REALLY happy with them. This is the best price I've seen. All Michelins are currently on sale there for another 5 days or so. BTW - I've also really had good experiences with BikeTiresDirect. If you haven't tried the Pro4 - now is a ... Read More »

An epic battle: Pacenti SL23 vs. cyclist armed with tire jack and New Mich Pro4

I put a used Michelin Pro4 23mm on the front with some difficulty. I knew the new one for the rear was going to be tough. It took me over an hour with tire jack to coax the bead over the rim. Heaven help me if I flat. Fair warning: Those of you purchasing this rim may want to have 2 tire jacks av ... Read More »

Michelin Pro4 Endurance vs Service Course

Need to get some new tires for an upcoming week long "fast" tour in Oregon with occasional chip seal, thorns, wet roads and fast steep downhills. Trying to decide between the 23mm Pro4 Endurance and Service Course. These have been out for a while so thought I could get some good real-world experienc ... Read More »

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