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Michelin City, Pneu Vélo Urbain, Tringle Rigide, Noir, 700 x 28 C
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- Couleur : Noir.
- Poids : 510 g.
- Flanc : Flanc réfléchissant.
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Description du produit
Pneu Michelin City Spécialement étudiée pour évoluer sur l'asphalte, la gamme City de Michelin est équipée de la technologie PROTEK qui associe plusieurs types de gomme pour une plus grande longévité et résistance tout en conservant l'adhérence. Le pneu vélo City est équipé de la technologie Protek plus qui dote le pneu d'un renfort anti crevaison au niveau de la bande de roulement. Bandes Réfléchissantes Dimensions ETRTO Poids, g 20 x 1.50 37-406 550 26 x 1.40 38-559 570 26 x 1.85 47-559 570 650 x 35A 37-590 570 700 x 28C 28-622 570 700 x 32C 32-622 570 700 x 35C 37-622 570 700 x 38C 40-622 570 700 x 40C 42-622 570 700 x 47C 47-622 570
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
I'm too old to enjoy careening around the woods or stump jumping, although I did plenty of that 20 years ago. Now I ride mostly on hard surface trails or on streets. Compared to the aggressive tread of the tires that came with my bike, these Michelins give me a more comfortable ride yet handle gravel, sand, and mud easily. What really surprised me was how well they handle rain. I was also pleased that, despite their low profile, these tires brake are very solid under even panic braking.
I wouldn't recommend them for heavy off-trail use but if you use your bike for commuting or general fitness, these Michelins are excellent.
A note on sizing: these were not available in the same size as my original tires so I ordered a pair that were 4mm smaller -- they fit with no problem. If you can't find the exact size you need, I suggest you check with your local bike shop to find out the range of sizes your wheels will accept. Since I had taken my new bike into the shop to be tuned as the manufacturer recommended, I got lots of helpful advice from them and, given that my bike needed a fair amount of tune-up work, I'd strongly urge anyone buying a bike online or from a big box store to the same.
Overall, for commuting or surfaced trail use, these tires can't be beat!
I've now put over 2000 miles on these tires and not a single flat. I know that I rode several times on broken glass, noticing the glass too late to avoid it and the tires have been holding extremely well. The other day I was checking for cut and debris on the tire, and I did notice for the first time in a year that in the rear tire there was a little piece of glass. And it is probably my fault it went so deep because I did not check for quite a while the tires. However, even though the piece of glass was about 1/8" deep in tire, it did not puncture it. I've ridden now several times with it while I am waiting for the replacement, and no issue. The front tire has not cut and has not lost much of its original thread. I am therefore pretty confident I will be able to put many more miles on the front tire.
Based on my commuting experience and long ride on the weekend, I highly recommend these Michelin tires.
Bought this for touring, on the rear wheel. Have a lot of weight over the rear wheel, and transfer a lot of power through that wheel. Rear tire wears about 3-4 times faster than front and it's a pain in the butt to fix flats (disc brakes plus panniers). This tire looks like a very good choice but running lighter tire in front.
UPDATE: May 2011. I finally removed this tire last week. It handled an 1800 mile cross country tour with a total of almost 300 pounds, heavily biased to be over this wheel. NO flats during the ride. In fact no flats since putting it on, other than a thumb tack that got embedded in it last year. The tire lasted a ridiculously long time too. I got nearly 6,000 miles out of it. No tire I have ever used has lasted that long. I changed it when threads started showing up on the wear surface.
Once again, it is a HEAVY tire, but rolls fast.
Update: They are still good (Jan,2017) !!!