Michelin tyres are divided into 3 distinct lines to meet consumer needs.
COMPETITION LINE Our premium tyre offers the best performance for competition use. PERFORMANCE LINE The most balanced performance for training use. ACCESS LINEFor occasional use.
The Protek in the Michelin range offering the best grip. More resistance thanks to the robust 30 TPI casing. Rubber compound from our Road Range. Reflective sidewalls for added safety.
More speed: Thanks to a tread pattern designed for rear use and providing better performance and braking stability.
More grip: Thanks to the Michelin Pro 4 Grip rubber compound for outstanding grip on wet ground. An original Bi-Compound mixtures with greater stiffness at the centre of the tread and more grip in the shoulder.
More protection: New generation of aramid reinforcement which reduces the risk of punctures.
The new Michelin City Treking range has been specially designed to answer all your needs. Whatever your use, kind of terrains, or protection levels required, Michelin has the right tyre for you.
RUBBERS Rubber's characteristics give the tyre different performances. Rubbers can be either Mono-Compound or Bi-Compound.
Invented by Michelin in 1995, this is a mix of two rubber compounds in a tread providing central rolling efficiency and lateral grip.
Aramid Protection: An anti-puncture aramid fibre reinforcement for added puncture protection is available on the Michelin Protek Urban tyre.
Safer thanks to reflective bands making cyclists more visible to motorists.
Tyres with the E-Bike Ready label can be fitted on electric bikes (maximum 25km/h)