Carry on rolling with the Michelin Lithion 2 Clincher Road Tyre. This innovative tyre offers massive improvements over the original tyre, with its increased grip and rolling resistance.
Designed to look just like an actual race tyre, Lithion 2 is incredibly durable and ideal for the cyclists who want to put the miles in. Every aspect of the tyre has been refined over the predecessor and it offers great value for money. - A.D.
|Tyre Type||Dimensions||Weight||Min / Max BAR|
|Clincher||700 x 23||23-622||220g||5 - 8|
|Clincher||700 x 25||25-622||235g||5 - 8|
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I find this slightly better than my previous Continental Gatorskin. Perfect for wet conditions too and cheap. Could not ask for more.
Good alround training tyre at reasonable price !
Always buy these folding tyres, had approximately 6 pairs over last few years off Pro Biike & never had any problems
best tire on the market for the price
Just rode a century on these very nice comfortable, nice grip, and ran over rough terrain and glass no issues dont love the gray side walls just looks like the black is dirty wish they made a 25c in blue
I have been riding on these tyres for 2 years having previously bought 4 of them when on sale. I still have 1 tyre unused as they have worn so well despite constant long distance group rides twice each week. I only changed the rear tyre 6 months ago after a piece of glass pierced the sidewall, but it now still runs on my indoor training bike with a magnetic resistance roller, even though the centre tread is thin (small ripples). The Lithion 2 tyres may not be quite as light as the Michelin Pro tyres use by several other riders in my cycling group, but they are more puncture resistant and have certainly been more durable on coarse rural bitumen surfaces. The Lithion 2's grip well on corners and in the wet and the dark blue sidewalls match my bike's paint scheme. I have used highend ("expensive") race tyres and highly durable training tyres but the Lithion 2's provide an excellent ride and durability at a very economical price (when on special discount). They're Michelins and they're GREAT!!
Bought this tyre for reduced price and stock up. I already use this model and like the width, 25mm. Very few or rare punctures to date, No issues and is pretty easy to mount and remove.
Really nice tires for the price I've had really good luck with these tires without any trouble!
The Lithion 2 Tyres give long service even in the tropics and conditions in the Philippines. The Michelin Pro 4 are no good. The coloured sidewalks deteriorate where the colouring becomes sticky and sleeps to melt away in places as the inner canvas can be seen, all within 6 months. Although reported to Michelin, they have done nothing to explain the situation. This leaves a bad taste and after a number of follow ups with Michelin Australia whereby I'll likely go back to Conti's.
Had 2 Lithion 700x23 that lasted 2500 miles. Purchased 700x25 to evalute weight, rolling resistance and comfort. So far cant tell much difference. I have put 150 miles on them so far and have had no issues. They are mounted on 19 mm rims. Shipping to Idaho, USA took a little over a week which is what I expected.