Pro Peloton Performance — the Power Competition
The Power Competition is Michelin's lightest, fastest road tire delivering an incredibly low rolling resistance and still maintaining a high level of grip and durability. Using a cotton and aramid casing with a latex inner tube, the Power Competition tubular is a lightweight tire for the athlete who wants the most streamlined performance.
Better grip. Reinforced flat protection.
The latest advances in all-season grip and high-density protection technology increase the robustness, durability and wet and dry performance. Riders in the professional peloton trust the Power Competition to take them to victory, fast and flat-free. Based on "High-Density Protek" technology, the cross-laid strengthening adds the protection you need against punctures when laying it all on the line.
Lightweight with outstandingly low rolling resistance
Can be used with or without an innertube
Maximum grip on wet and dry surfaces
Ridden to victory in World Tour races
Tubeless Ready (TLR)
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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