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RRP £69.99from £43.34
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The Michelin Pro 4 Endurance tyre is the best offer for sportive use with better anti-puncture protection, increased mileage and excellent grip!
|Tyre Type||Dimensions||Weight||Min / Max BAR|
|Clincher||700 x 23C||23-622mm||225g||6/8|
|Clincher||700 x 25C||25-622mm||245g||6/8|
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These are good the 23 mm good for the summer roads and good surfaces The 28mm are good all round summer and winter tyres. I ride mountain bike mainly and like a little more rubber between me and the road. I also live in the country side I am over 50 and have been riding bikes since the days of Raleigh TI and 531 tubing and have two Orange mountain and Ribble road bike In my opinion wider tyre runs faster and smoother on most roads I would say using both 23mm and 28mm that the thicker tyre is best for most roads and people.
After about 2500 kms small cracks started appearing where the two rubber types are joined. PBK said it was normal, Michelin said it was due to too low pressure. I did inflate to above minimum pressure, I was running 5.5 bars front, 6.5 back (range printed on tyre is 5 to 7.5) Even after pumping to 7.5 bars, the cracks kept getting bigger, but I risked a total of 5000 kms so that I got something for my money at least. I only had a single puncture. Traction was about average, nothing spectacular. Wear was not apparent, if it weren't for the cracks I suspect it could have lasted a lot more. I have replaced them with the new power endurance which is currently only slightly more expensive. No issues so far.