Michelin Pro 4 Comp road tyre
With a super-grip for top class handling in wet and uncertain conditions, the Michelin Pro 4 Comp road tyre is a sturdy and durable choice for cyclists. You'll never be caught out with the Michelin Pro 4 Comp road tyre, as it will provide protection and security for the times when you need it the most. A new 150 TPI fabric allows for a 30% reduction in rolling resistance: as an example at 15km/h, PRO4 Comp Service Course saves 7% of power (23,1 watts vs 24,7 watts) Vs PRO4 Service Course.
|Tyre Type||Dimensions||Weight||Min / Max BAR|
|Clincher||700 x 23||23-622||180g||6-8|
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I have been riding the 23 mm version of these tires for a few years and have used them on the roads in Canada and Thailand. They handle extremely well in all road conditions. I run 110 psi and have had very few flats and the ones I have had are from small pieces of wire from recapped truck tires that fly apart when they come off of trucks. I keep a log of Km ridden and when I change components this includes tires. I ride 20,000+ Km year and have gotten 6 to 8 thousand Km out of these tires. The last set I installed were the 25 mm as reading all the reviews on them looked like the way to go and I run these at 90 psi. The tires are larger than the 23 mm and leave little room between the top of the fork and tire. I do not run them on wet days as the sand and dirt they pick up hit the top of the fork and make a lot of noise also to remove the wheels with the 25 mm tires is more difficult. My Bike is a Trek Madone 5.5 with Dura Ace Carbon Wheels.
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