Michelin tyres are divided into 3 distinct lines to meet consumer needs.
COMPETITION LINE Our premium tyre offers the best performance for competition use.
PERFORMANCE LINE The most balanced performance for training use.
ACCESS LINE For occasional use.
The Trail tyre for Riders who are looking for grip on mixed terrain. Excellent balance of grip, rolling resistance and self-cleaning ability.
More performance: Thanks to the distribution and shape of the central blocks for improved self-cleaning.
More grip: Increased grip due to side blocks providing effective cornering and banking performance
More protection: Thanks to tread block reinforcements and its 60 TPI casing
Use: Mixed terrain.
26 x 2.35 Competition - 1000g
27.5 x 2.35 Competition - 1030g
26 x 2.1 Performance - 610g
26 x 2.25 Performance - 680g
27.5 x 2.1 Performance - 645g
27.5 x 2.25 Performance - 700g
29 x 2.1 Performance - 715g
29 x 2.25 Performance - 730g
All of MICHELIN’s experience has gone into defining these latest mixes, allowing mountain bikers to obtain the optimal performance compromise between grip, efficiency and wear. Compound are produced in varying levels of shore hardness the lower the index value, the greater the gum softness; conversely, as the index value rises, the gum becomes harder.
BI-COMPOUND: Series of rubbers specically designed for Enduro use, which offer outstanding grip.
A tyre’s casing is made up of threads, the thickness of which varies according to the tyre range, makes it robust, flexible, efficient and lightweight. The more threads there are, the finer they are, making the tyre lighter. On the contrary, the less threads there are, the bigger they are, making the tyre stronger. TPI (Threads Per Inch) refers to the density of threads per inch.
Tubeless Ready tyres can be fitted without an inner tube provided that a tubeless wheel is used, the maximum pressure is not exceeded, sealant is added and the tyre pressure is checked before each ride.
Tyres with the E-Bike Ready label can be fitted on electric bikes (maximum 25km/h).