The Michelin Pro 4 Endurance Clincher Tyre is designed for riders that demand endurance and mileage. Enhancing the speed, safety and agility, the Pro 5 Endurance tyre also reduces the rolling resistance compared to its predecessor, the Pro 3 Race. The Pro 4 Race Endurance provides high performance and wear resistance to go the distance. - A.D.
|Tyre Type||Dimensions||Weight||Min / Max BAR|
|Clincher||700 x 23||23-622||225g||6-8|
|Clincher||700 x 25||25-622||225g||6-8|
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I've tried many brands and levels of tires over the years, but these seem to be very puncture resistant and last longer than any other.
I have had these tyres for 600+ miles and have had no flat at all. I ride on harsh roads and have never had a tyre that has help up this well. Normally I would have expected at least 1 flat every other week, more with such low cost. 10/10 would buy again.
Only got bout 200 miles on tires. Soaks up bumps and road imperfections. And also a faster rolling tire. Plus great looks
I ordered these yellow sidewall tires to replace my Michelin Pro 3 which had worn out considerably. I ride a 2003 mid-level Giant TCR black carbon frame bike and the original tires were Michelins. I usually get one year's worth of weekend riding on a set of these before it is time to start to look for a new set of tires. For over a dozen years now, I have exclusively stayed with the Michelin brand because they last for a couple of thousand miles with no issues. The Pro 4 ride quality is nice and grippy and they look good. The tires were a little tough to put on the wheel rims but other than that, they are fine. I like that the Michelin bicycle tires are solid great quality tires. When they are on sale, it is time to stock up. I have not had any rain or water on my rides yet so I can not tell how they will do in damp conditions. Overall, in several weeks of riding, I am happy with the purchase and have not considered other brands.
My new endurance oriented road bike (Trek Domane 6) came with 700x25 tires but I was not very happy with the tires it came with due to frequent flats. Having used Michelin Pro Race 700x23 tires for several years, I was happy to see the Endurance Course version came in 700x25, which works great on the rougher roads on our area. I was even happier when I tested them out on some steeper and windy descents and they handled just like my 700x23 Pro Race tires do. The weight difference from the 700x23 is small and the benefits of the slightly wider tire have lead me to only buying these tires going forward.
I've been buying these tyres (and their predecessor models) for years. I no longer get flats, and I get great mileage (about 3000 miles per tyre). The handling is good in mostly dry, desert condition I ride in, and the coloured sidewalls look great on my bikes.
pros: no more punctures, no wasting time to replace a tube cons: mph down by 1-2 mph overall I'm very glad that I replaced vittoria with endurance, more time spent on road and no time of former replacing tubes
These tires live up to their name, as they most certainly "endure" plenty of hard and fast riding. I put 2200 miles (3540 km) on my last set before replacing them with a fresh new pair of the same. I'm very happy with the Pro 4 Endurance and have no plans of switching to anything else.
Easy on, easy off, made of rubber, has a stripe, ... As tires go, its a better one. Good roll, relatively light. No point duplicating other good reviews.
I've been riding on Michelins for years. Las Vegas areas streets are notorius for broken glass, construction debris and goatheads. These tires (successors to Carbon Pro) are durable and puncture resistant, ride nicely, and corner very well.
The Michelin Pro 4 Endurance is great for training rides or for the recreational cyclist. This tire replaced the Krylion model Michelins that I used successfully for many years. The Pro 4 Endurance continues with the mileage and puncture resistance of the Krylion, but the Pro4 has a better, more lively road feel.
These tires work well in the Pacific Northwest, especially where road conditions change throughout a ride.
I have been riding Michelin Pro 4 Endurance tires through all three name changes. I like the fact that they last as long as they do. I was tired of spending the money I was spending just to see the tire wear out after 1000 miles. The tires ride nice, perform great, and last a long time. I couldn't ask for more. I would and do recommend these tires to friends.
I've been using the Pro4 Endurance since they came out, first in 700x23 and now in 700x25; prior to that I had been using Krylions. I had been looking for a tire that I could use in training on roads that varied from poor to excellent and that could also function as race tires. After a good bit of research, including among fellow racers, I settled on these and have had good luck with them. They wear well (2500-3000 miles on the rear), ride comfortably, stick fine in tight corners in crits, and flats are few and far between. I'm confident enough in these tires that I'm using them in a 106 mile road race which includes about 20 miles of gravel and even more of bad roads.
What a great purchase! I have read online that these replaced the Michelin Krylion Carbon clinchers (which I have a lot of experience with), and I can say that these are excellent. Michelin has managed to keep all the hard-wearing puncture resistance of the krylion, and improved the suppleness of the casing. It rolls much smoother, grips harder, and makes riding a lot more comfortable. For the price, this has got to be way up on the list for those looking for performance and durability.
I have tried Conti Gatorskins, Specialized Armadillo, and Michelin Krylion, which was the predecessor to the Pro Race 4 Endurance. The Gatorskins don't seem to have the puncture resistance of the Michelins. The Armadillos are heavy with a harsh ride. The Pro 4 Endurance are reasonably light, have a smooth ride and are remarkably puncture resistant. Comparing prices at local bike shops, the Michelins are also less expensive. Two friends that had Pro 4 Race tires had a lot of flats until they switched to Pro 4 Endurance tires. Friends with Pro 4 Service Course faired better than those with Pro 4 Race tires. Six people in our local bike club that use either the Krylions or the Endurance tires love them. I fix a lot of flats, mostly on friends bikes with Conti Gatorskins, but not on my bike with Pro 4 Endurance tires. I get about 3000 miles on the rear tire and 4000 or more on the front tire. I do recommend the Michelin Pro 4 Endurance to all my friends and relatives.
I'm new at biking but this was my first big purchase for my bike. I'm a little bit heavier than your normal biker types so the wider 25's and lower psi pressure is much easier on me than the 23's I previously had. I am enjoying these tires quite a bit and like how they handle the road imperfections. I highly recommend these tires for beginners and for the heavier build biker.
This is the 2nd set of the Michelin Pro 4 Endurance tires I have had on my road bike. These tires are a great buy. They hold the road well and wear REALLY GOOD. I just purchased new carbon wheels and have ordered a 3rd set of these tires....can't say enough good things about them.
Excellent durable puncture resistant tire.
Great transaction! Received the item in a timely manner! Thanks
I picked these up to mate with my Boyd Vitesse clinchers, and they made an amazing difference in the overall quality of my ride. I chose to go the 700x25, and I am getting better handling and road feel than I ever had with my previous tyres. While the concept of "rolling resistance" is harder to quantify, it does seem like harder efforts are just a little bit easier with these as well.
Shipping was fantastic (really unbelievable) and the price was the best I could find.
Pros: Smooth handling Cons: Hard to mount, bead developed a weak spot during second ride. I loved this tire until my second ride with it. During this second ride my front wheel began to feel like it was out of round. I made it the 13 miles home without a problem. Took the wheel in and had it trued. The next day at mile 15 it began to feel out of round again; soon after it punctured. Our group stopped as I changed the tube. The next tube wouldn't seat all the way inside the bead. One of my friends tried, with the same result. Luckily I was only a few miles from home and my wife could pick me up. You can see the weak spot in the bead of the tire .It lines up perfectly with the patch I put on the tube.. It will be along time before I trust Michelin's again. I am going back to using Vittoria Rubino Pro's again..