Excellent rider efficiency which is more than 7% better on average compared to MICHELIN Pro4 Service Course Grip, handling and endurance at the highest level.
|Tyre Type||Dimensions||Weight||Min / Max BAR|
|Clincher||700 x 23C||23-622mm||185g||6/8|
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Good cornering grip in the dry, smooth rolling despite what the internet test say about them being Watt-eaters. Good wear when mounted up front and typically not so good on the rear.
The pro4 compte is a very good tire very smooth and durable
I have been riding on Michelin tires for many years and I find these to be the best over all tire for my riding style. I am an endurance/long distance type of rider and have several double centuries in my legs. I find the Michelin Pro 4 Comp V2 to be efficient and dependable. They corner well and hold up well under various road conditions. Highly recommended. Gary Sedlack
If the Comp V2s do as well as the Comps did for me on a recent two weeks in Italy, I'll be very pleased. Over 815 miles, no flats, and lots of "much lighter wheel" feeling. These tires even went up the Colle Delle Finestre, over gravel sections that had deteriorated badly since the Giro, and actually through parts most other riders walked. They lose one star because of their greater susceptibility to glass (than heavier, thicker tires), and wear-ability I suppose--the rear I replaced at about 2100 miles. But I do like light wheels, and these are the ticket.