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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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The Michelin Endurance was recommended by a friend who races and trains with them.I was using the Michelin race tyre but found they were susceptible to road debris. The Endurance is slightly heavier but ideal for club racing and training.
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 was not sure about these but went along with a recommendation and glad I did. Very good rolling and grip and puncture resistance. I went for the 25 version which only PBK seem to stock.
Replaced Michelin4 enduro clinchers on front and rear last week. Feels sooo much better, am actually keeping up with the bunch! Nice tyres! :)
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
Bought these nearly 5000K's ago. Had only a single puncture on the pair. Changed them last week when i noticed a was riding on the carcass! Highly recommend for training. They are pretty dead performance wise but for a trainer you can't beat them
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.