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Michelin Pro4 Service Course Tire

ITEM NUMBER: 320 MIN012
PRICE POINT:
$44.98 - $49.98
MSRP:
$75.00
 
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Michelin Pro 4 Service Course Tire

Sometimes you need to meet in the middle ground, and the Service Course is where race and longevity meet. The Service enhances durability while keeping the rolling resistance at a bare minimum and keeps your confidence high for those long rides.

  • 16 percent faster when cornering on wet road surfaces
  • Wider lateral bands for optimal grip at all angles of lean
  • New compounds incorporating new elastomers and silica for extra grip at the shoulders.

Are you a road warrior, check out the other Michelin products we have on our site.

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Size(s)

700x23C

Threads Per Inch (TPI)

110

Bead

Aramid

Weight

200 grams (700x23c)

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Q: What is the max PSI for these tires?

A: These tires are listed at 116 PSI from the manufacturer.


   
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Good for the money - Aug 11, 2014

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4 out of 5 stars
Wilkesboro, NC

These tires have good grip, but seem to be really soft and are wearing out FAST. I don't even know if I can get 1k miles out of them--but a great tire for the money.

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One of the best clinchers out there - Aug 11, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
CHICAGO, IL

I raced on these last year. They rolled fast through both dry and wet corners. The ride was very smooth, not quite tubular quality, but fantastic for clinchers. What impressed me most, however, was that though I had these on both my racing and training wheelsets, I got just two flats in over 5000 miles of riding. Never during a race. Both flats were the result of wire from stainless steel belting penetrating the edge of the flat strip. Oh sure, both sets of tires had nicks and gouges in the rubber from glass and such, but none penetrated and never affected performance. These have become my go-to tires for training and wet races. As for mounting tires, all folding clinchers are tough to mount the first time. I've had no problems with these on 4 different wheelsets (Shimano, Fulcrum, and SRAM).

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Light and fast - Apr 25, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
SPOKANE, WA

Good value and still no flats to this day. Roll well and confident in the corners. Not sure what you would get if you were to spend any more.

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Super Fast, but hard to change - Apr 23, 2014

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3 out of 5 stars
Denver, CO

This tire is very fast, but it is very difficult to put on. My rims are slightly fatter than the average road rim and these take a lot of effort to get on.

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good race tires - Nov 04, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
Chula Vista, CA

good tire for racing. great on corners. smooth

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Great tire - May 29, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
PHOENIX, AZ

I switched from the GP4000S to the Pro4SC. All in all, I am very satisfied with this tire. I must admit I have had a few more punctures with these than the Contis. However, I like the grip and speed better. The Contis tended to squirm a little while cornering, but these feel more consistant as you enter a turn. My only real complaint is they feel a bit darty due to the more egg-shaped profile as opposed to a traditional round profile, but this is not a full-on detriment.

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