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Michelin Power Competition Clincher Tyre

Michelin Power Competition Clincher TyreMichelin Power Competition Clincher Tyre
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About Michelin Power Competition Clincher Tyre

With a new compound inspired by those found in MotoGP in addition to a raft of new features, the Michelin Power Competition tyre is the fastest tyre in the Michelin Power range.

Replacing the Michelin Pro4 Service Course tyre, Michelin claims the Power Competition will provide a 10-Watt advantage, equating to a minute and 25 seconds gained over 40 km at 35 km/h, with a 25% reduction in rolling resistance.

Michelin's team of product developers and testers focused on rolling resistance, grip and puncture resistance, with a view to ensuring even longer tyre life.

They tested the range in a number of ways - in the lab, testing using in-house machines and independent agencies and subjective and objective testing on vehicles, in addition to testing by customers.

The new range also stands out for the unrivalled performance it delivers thanks to some major innovations and through the fact that it was engineered to meet the demands of the most exacting cyclists.


25% less rolling resistance compared to its predecessor

Race compound inspired by MotoGP

Aramid Protek puncture protection

3x180 Threads Per Inch count

Weight: 195g (23C), 215g (25C)


More About The Manufacturer Michelin

Michelin is a tyre manufacturer based in Clermont-Ferrand in the Auvergne région of France. It is one of the two largest tyre manufacturers in the world along with Bridgestone. In addition to the Michelin brand, it also owns the BFGoodrich, Kleber, Riken, Kormoran and Uniroyal (in North America) tyre brands. Most companies identify the new Michelin Energy tire, introduced in the early 1980s. It is also notable for its Red and Green travel guides, its roadmaps, the Michelin stars that the Red Guide awards to restaurants for their cooking, and for its company mascot Bibendum, colloquially known as the Michelin Man.