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Michelin Pro 4 Race Service Course Clincher Road Tyre
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No recent reviews on this site, so I thought it a good idea to throw one on here concerning longevity. Went thru my second set recently, with both getting about 3,000 miles. (I rotate about 1k in.) Compare this to ProRace3's which got me about 2,500. Of the ProRace line, the 2's tended to get me the most miles at almost 4k, but the two latest in the series far out-handle that old version. The 4's resist cuts much better than the 3's. Stick well in corners, both wet and dry. Nice assortment of colors. Mount very true. High quality.Report this review
good value for good road an training tyresReport this review
Good quality with good road grip and fast.Report this review
Heard alot of good reviews about these tyres so snapped them up for a bargain price from Probikekit. Couldn't believe how well they rolled or how light they were. Never used Michelin before but I might just be a convert now. Not sure as to durability yet, but for the price you can't go wrong! Service from PBK was first class again.Report this review
Great tyres which look as good on the bike as they perform. highly reccomendedReport this review
I loved the Pro Race 3's due to their nice ride, great handling and traction. The PRO 4.s are just as good and maybe better, These are not meant to be the most durable tire in the world. They are meant to be fast, ride well, and have good durability relative to other "race" tires. They do a great job. I am a 200 pound occasional racer and I have less flats than most any tire I've used. And these things have a great ride and really grip when doing fast corners.Report this review
This tire is a much improved version of the Pro3. The durability is great, the tracking line is improved, and the grip performance on the corners is incredible.In addition, the stability of the tires at high descending speeds is the best I've ever experienced. The tire is a 'rock' at 90km/hr and transmits a surety that makes you want to even go faster - few tires fall into this category. As with all tires, (including the Michelin line) the rear tire does square off a bit at >1000km - this resulting from 60%+ of your total body wt. being supported by the rear. But even in mentioning this, the tire has a deep bead and will give you upwards of 3000 km of 'hard' riding life.Report this review
I've only been riding these for a couple of month, but I'm very pleased with the performance so far. Even in this short time, it's easy to see the difference in durability, relative to the earlier Pro3; no comparison. But, in addition to the improved wear, these tires have really good grip -even in the wet - and good comfort, as well. Very nice balance of properties.Report this review
Bought these to replace a pair of GP4000S tires that were still in almost perfect condition after 2500+ miles. Just got tired of the Conti's hard ride. Immediately the Pro4s were noticeably more supple. Can't say they're faster but they are much more pleasant to ride. Only about 500 miles so far so nothing to say about longevity, but there's not a nick on them.
While these are good tires I wouldn't say they're brilliant. They do not have the suppleness, road feel and (illusion?) of speed that a high tpi tire like a Vitt Open Corsa or Veloflex Corsa has. In fact I still slightly prefer the Bontrager Race X Lite tire to the Pro4 in regard to those characteristics but it's no longer available; part of the reason I bought these was in trying to find a replacement for the RXLs. I'll have to keep looking.
Just changed from ProRace 3 to 4 and found the ride greatly improved - especially on the cornering. A great upgrade.Report this review