The Michelin Pro 4 Service Course tyre is a balanced, reliable and durable tyre for the all-round rider looking for a great pair of cycling tyres. The perfect balance between sports performance and durability, the Pro 4 Service course tyres are made to last, but also to deliver cutting edge race performance.
Michelin are one of the most trusted brands around when it comes to tyres, so you know you're getting the highest standard with the Pro 4 Service Tyre. - T.H
|Tyre Type||Dimensions||Weight||Min / Max BAR|
|Clincher||700 x 20||20-622||200g||6-8|
|Clincher||700 x 23||23-622||200g||6-8|
|Clincher||700 x 25||25-622||200g||6-8|
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colour mismatch, thought it would be a celeste green colour vice lime green---can i get the blue tires instead?
the green tire that i ordered per your photo shows the colour of the tire being celeste green but when i received the tire, it was a lime green----can i get the tires in blue? they are still in original package, cheers
The roads and bikeways in my city are strewn with glass, sharp stones, small hardware, thorns, you name it. For the first 800 miles or so, these tires were the best I've ever ridden. Light, supple, low rolling resistance, great traction, and seemed to have good puncture resistance. However, at approximately 800 miles, the rear tire was pretty well squared off. I'd guess that to be around half the tread life. At that point, the flats started. In my past 5 rides of 20-25 miles, four flats, and 7 total in the past 200 miles. In conclusion, this is a good tire for clean roads, but if yours are as shabbily-maintained as mine, I'd look for a tire with better puncture resistance. I'm switching back to Rubino Pro for now. They don't ride as nice as the Pro 4 due to the stiffer, harder, puncture-resistant belt, but I'd rather not stop to fix a flat almost every ride.
These tires grip like mad in the dry and were pretty predictable in the wet descents. But you still need to be careful. I'd give them 5 stars but the tires have developed cracks in the sidewalls. And this was only after less than a year! They haven't diminished the performance but it is a bit unnerving to see. I've used Shoe Goo to cover the cracks but there are just so many on the front and back tires. For as good a reputation as these tires get those sidewall cracks just are not what a top tire should have! And to date I haven't seen anything about a recall but have seen many others with the same issue. So until I find out this issue has been fixed I'm going to Conti's for peace of mind.
I ride these tyres on 3 different road bikes and will continue to do so. I have recently moved all bikes to 25mm Pro 4 tyres from 23 Pro 4 mm tyres. Pros: Ride, grip , wet weather is very good indeed. Cons: Side walls are very weak and are prone to cuts and slices. Check them regularly. I find gauging the treadwear use is harder than on other tyres. At an early stage, they have all developed disturbing looking fatigue cracks in the tread casing. NEVER had any tyre fail because of this but the cosmetic look is not attractive and is unnerving when you see it for the first time.
Michelin's most recent output of a high-performance racing clincher following the release of the pro-3 several years ago has been everything but a disappointment. when you first look at the pro-4 in person, your first thought is: 'there's no way this tire is going to hold on to a corner'. but when you first ride on them, its like magic. this tire feels very similar to if you were to put a set of "soft" racing tires on your car. because of the way this tire is made, and also due to the lack of an actual tread pattern, it can deal with a much lower tire pressure but at the same time will still roll quite effortlessly. instead of using a tread pattern, the tire uses an extremely well-developed compound that makes up the entire outside casing of the tire, therefore making it a non-directional tire. Because of this, the tire reacts incredibly well with the road surface, whether the road is wet or dry. I just recently raced in the Florida criterium championships which had one of the most hazardous crit courses (particularly in the corners) I've ever raced on. I used a pair of lightweight aluminum clinchers which I paired with my pro-4s. long story short: the tires never let go! even through some really intense corners, and considering the fact that I'm 6'7 and have a very undesirable center of gravity, I was more than impressed. Even my friend who I was racing with at the time slipped out several times (despite the fact that he was using a pair of GP 4000s's) Probikekit's prices are absolutely amazing, I work at a bike shop and can get everything for almost wholesale, but the prices here are even better!
USA cyclist here. I have a little over 1700 miles on my Service Course Pro 4's. Bike is 2012 Scott Cr1 Pro with Soul 2.0 clinchers. Also moved tyres to Cervelo R5 for comparison ride. Good get up and go and very good cornering traction @ 35 mph [56.3 kmh] on 12-15 degree slope - one can feel the tyre shoulders gripping. Gone off edge a few time to see if they would slip and they held tight! No flats and ride is comfy and smooth. Highly recommend. Last note, ProBikeKit has thee best price in the world!
The feeling is perfect, better that 4000S, cost is good. Changing all my road bikes tires to Michellin Pro4
This Michelin Pro 4 Race Service Course Clincher Road Tyre is great, and when PBK can get them to you at such a stellar price it makes the choice a no-brainer. They have great wear and longevity with excellent grip in the wet or dry.