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Michelin
Power Gravel 700c Tire

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Power down the trail.

The Michelin Power Gravel Tire is designed for riding in rough, unpredictable terrain. Featuring Michelin's Bead 2 Bead Protek, the Power Gravel features higher durability and puncture protection. Michelin's X-Miles rubber compound is supple and tacky, while the tubeless technology allows for nearly puncture-proof performance and added comfort.


Features:

  • Excellent grip on mixed surfaces with small-block gravel tread.
  • Bead 2 Bead Protek reinforced casing.
  • X-Miles rubber compound increases tire's lifespan.
  • Tire diameter: 700c.
  • Widths: 33mm, 35mm, and 40mm.
  • Claimed weight: 360g (33mm), 380g (35mm), 450g (40mm).
 

Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 

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one tough tire
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by scappoose cowboy
Cycling Enthusiast
the mts. between Scappoose and Vernonia, or.

one of the hardest tires to mount on my envie rims , rolls ok, but not much traction. I would not buy this tire again

Reviewed 11/29/2018
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Decent little tire
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by NickL
Competitive Racer
Raleigh, NC
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I purchased this tire for early season 'cross. I am running an MXP up front and this on back for the local grass crit series. So far it has provided all the traction I've needed without the rolling resistance penalty. It does well on my local training loop through 8 miles of loose gravel trail.

Setting it up tubeless is a must and so far zero issues. I will likely return to dual MXP's once traditional cross conditions return to North Carolina, but i'd recommend this to anyone early season

Reviewed 10/15/2018
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The perfect gravel tire compromise
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by Bert
Competitive Racer
West Palm Beach, FL

If a schwalbe G one and a Terravail cannonball had a son, it would be the Michelin power gravel. You got the speed of the G one and the puncture resistance of the cannonball. The perfect compromise. On top of that, the tire is very affordable. Got already over 1000 miles of gravel on this set and doesn't show any wear at all. My tire of choice for the coming season. Good job Michelin!

Reviewed 11/24/2018
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Absolute best tire I have used
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by Jaynald
Cycling Enthusiast
San Francisco Bay Area
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

After using tires from Specialized, Vittoria, Clement, WTB and Continental on this bike, these are by far the best tires I have used. Set up as tubeless, the ride, traction, response and 'feel' are incredible, in the dirt and on pavement. I was actually able to seat the bead using a floor pump, which had never happened before (I was not even able to get the Conti tires to seat at all). NO WAY will I ever use another tire, unless Michelin comes out with a slick model in a 28. Highly recommended.

Reviewed 8/30/2018
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