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Michelin
Cyclocross Jet Tire

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Take off with the Jet cross tire. Optimized for serious traction with a tread pattern borrowed from the Michelin MTB line and a grippy Silicium rubber compound. For mixed terrain racing many riders run Michelin's Jet on the back wheel with the Cyclocross Mud 2 on the front.

Front or rear use. Folding, black, 700c x 30mm, 72 psi max, 340g.

 

Weight: 340 grams

 

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 30-622 

 

Max Pressure: 72 psi

 

Applications: Cyclocross 

 

Made in: France 

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grippy fast tires
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Rochester, NY

Purchashed these tires for road and dirt riding. Tires are very fast and grip very well. Did not use these tires in mud yetc but imagine they would do ok. Great all around smooth fast tire.

Reviewed 9/5/2012
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Great light weight tire for dry off road or all weather paved riding.
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by Jerseyrrt
Cycling Enthusiast
Northern VA
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Great light weight tire for dry cross conditions on moderate terrain or great for all weather riding on paved surfaces. I use this tire for fast winter commuting on pavement and for unpaved hard or gravel training rides. Easy to mount, smooth ride, moderate durability. Good overall value in a versatile tire.

Reviewed 2/4/2012
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great product at a good price
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Conn.
1 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Tires used on a cross bike for off road enjoyment

Reviewed 1/30/2017
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Excellent choice for mixed dirt and pavement rides and training
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by SomeOldCruster
Competitive Racer
New England
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I've gone through several sets of these over the past 5 or 6 years, since they went to this tread design. I don't consider this to be a CX race tire. As you would expect with a file type, are not good on wet grass or anything greasy, On hardpack they have good grip. They have a fairly tall, high volume casing but to me they are squirmy at low pressures. Good enough for jumping in the woods here and there or after work training, but more of a make do than a go to for that. Love them for dirt road adventure riding though. I run them at 50-55 psi and they roll great, ride nice, but let you have way more fun then you would have doing the same ride on a road tire. And on paved sections they are much better than you'd expect. I've tested them with a PM against low end tubular road tires and JRA at 18 mph on a paved road they are within 10 watts. These stay on my fender bike and cross bike all winter and spring. Rubber is soft, so tread life is not great, and they are not the least expensive choice, so 3.5 stars for value.

Reviewed 10/17/2015
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Throw it on the back.
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by slydogjames
Competitive Racer
Seattle, WA.
9 of 25 customers found this review helpful.

I throw it in the bag with this one. I like to run this tire in the rear when the course is a little bit dry, keeps me moving effortlessly and provides just enough traction to keep me up right. It really is totally enough, I'll be ridding up when you are runnin up.

Reviewed 10/29/2009
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