Feast Your Eyes On Michelin's Three-Star Road Racer
The Michelin Power Cup Tire is their confidence inspiring road tire for racing and training. The new official rubber for UCI World Tour Team Cofidis, this tire is designed for the best mix of speed, grip, and durability fit for pros and amateurs alike.
This tire boasts excellent rolling resistance. Its speed and efficiency is inspired by Michelin's MotoGP™ technology.
It's light and reliable thanks to the Michelin® Aramid Shield Technology and 3x120 TPI casing. The result is fewer flats and a longer lifespan.
The Power Cup brings efficient handling and stability in both wet and dry conditions thanks to the Michelin's new GUM-X compound.
- Folding Clincher (Tube type)
- 700 x 25 (ISO 25-622)
- 330 (3/120) TPI
- Aramid Shield puncture-resistant layer
- GUM-X Compound
- 73-116 PSI
- Weight: 215g
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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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