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The Michelin Pro 4 Service Course offers the best performances for competition with excellent grip, excellent anti-puncture protection and exceptional rider efficiency! Low rolling resistance, excellent resistance to wear and a better grip thanks to the Bi-Compound technology.
Two rubber compounds in one tread: In the centre a rubber mix to give more rigidity and on the shoulder area a rubber compound to give good grip when cornering. Excellent protection against punctures thanks to a High Density-Protection ply on top of the casing.
|Tyre Type||Dimensions||Weight||Min / Max BAR|
|Clincher||650 x 23C||23-622mm||200g||6/8|
|Clincher||700 x 20C||20-622mm||185g||6/8|
|Clincher||700 x 23C||20-622mm||200g||6/8|
|Clincher||700 x 25C||20-622mm||215g||5/7.5|
The below video demonstrates the excellence behind the puncture resistance of Michelin tyres:
Service course video:
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Really nice rolling and grippy tyre. Was on tubulars prior but these on a wider rim feel pretty good... comfort and road feel
I've been a fan of Michelin Pro 4 service course's, Schwalbe Ultremo's and Conti GP4000 S's for a while with the Pro 4's being my latest favourite. Unfortunately I ruptured a disc 8 months ago and have only started riding again in the last few months. I wanted a more forgiving tyre than the 23mm's I'd been using so I put some newish 25mm Gatorskin's on my race bike (swapped from another bike) while I hunted for the Pro 4's in 25mm. The Gators feel like wood, don't grip (or ever seen to wear out) and are not particularly comfortable. The Michelins are like chalk & cheese compared to the gators. I know it's not a fair comparison but they are really compliant, they roll really well & grip is awesome (although I'm no Peter Sagan so probably not finding anything close to they're limits). I also weighed both Gators & Michelins (260 & 215g respectively). I'm not sure how long they will last but my 23mm pro 4's last over 5000km's (I'm 60kg's). At present I'm running about 90-95psi. Despite the fact that they are a bit of a pain to mount & dismount (not an insignificant issue), I still love these tyres.