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Michelin Power Road TS TLR Tire
Michelin Power Road TS TLR Tire
Michelin Power Road TLR Tire

Michelin
Power Road TS TLR Tire

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Top Training and Racing Road Tire From Michelin — Power Road TS TLR Tire

The Michelin Power Road TS Tire is Michelin's best road tire for competition and training with more rolling efficiency.

The X-Race Compound provides optimal grip and tread life with a 3x120 tpi casing with Aramid Protek+ for puncture protection. 4x120tpi casing for a supple but robust tire at lower pressures.

Features:

  • Tubeless ready clincher
  • X-Race Compound that combines rolling resistance, grip and wear to improve tire longevity
  • Grip Design provides safety on cornering
  • Aramid Protek+ casing features extra puncture protection
  • Available in 700x25mm, 28mm and 32mm width
  • Claimed weight of 700x25mm is 275 grams

  • B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

     

    Wheel Size: 700C/29" (ISO 622) 

     

    Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 

     

    Threads Per Inch: 120 

    Black- 700c x 25mm

    Mfg PartNum: 42789 

    Tire Width: 25mm (1.0in) 

    Black- 700c x 28mm

    Tire Width: 28mm (1.1in) 

    Mfg PartNum: 22908 

    Black- 700c x 32mm

    Mfg PartNum: 82166 

    Tire Width: 32mm (1.3in) 

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    Checks all the boxes
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    by Medford roadie
    So. Oregon roadie
    1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

    A long time Conti loyalist (3 sets of the GP 5000 alone) I bought a pair of these on the strength of the WBW customer reviews. They thus far seem to be the 5000 TLR's equal in grip, comfort and speed . . . and their superior in maintaining air pressure ! I habitually check tire pressure before every ride, and these confidence inspiring gems from the Michelin folks require topping off (2 or 3 lbs.) only every 4-5 days!

    Well done men, you've brought us an high performing tubeless road tire. Did I mention that the bead seats easily with your track pump? Only know this, all ye 105% aero guys, the 25's inflate to 27 on my 19 mm inside width carbon rims.

    Reviewed 2/16/2021
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    Cushy ride
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    by Steve F.
    Saugus, MA

    These might be the most comfortable tires I�ve ridden to date, I really like the way they eliminate road buzz but still offer plenty of feedback. They feel pretty fast as well, I ran them close to the max pressure (80/85 front/rear) and they never felt like they were holding me back. These mount fairly easily (not as easily as Zipp RT25s), and the beads stay locked in when deflated on my Easton wheels. I give them 4 stars because they lack an anti puncture belt and I did get a flat after about 400 miles, they also inflate larger than the listed size so if someone was looking for an aero benefit they would need very wide rims.

    Reviewed 10/30/2020
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    Great tire
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    by Anonymous
    Cycling Enthusiast
    calif
    0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

    great tire very sticky and fast

    Reviewed 9/10/2020
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    Good Tire
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    by William B
    Cycling Enthusiast
    North Central North Carolina

    Using them for a year, used 3 so far. Performance consistent. Very good wear, between 3,500-4,000 on the rear. Rotate front to rear. At 80 psi, grip well and roll easily with some cushioning. Relatively easy to mount on Mavic Rims. Some cracking near end of service life between the tread and casing transition but performance not effected. I see this with every brand clincher I've used. No punctures or failures that can be attributed to tire design. I'll continue to use this season.

    Reviewed 3/8/2021
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    Great tire, rolls fast and smooth.
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    by Anonymous
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Nor Cal

    Bought these to replace a Conti 5000TL set that had a hole too big to seal. These are much easier to mount up tubeless but what isn't easier than Continentals. The Michelins feel more supple from a non-scientific viewpoint. They seem to roll very fast. Too early to report on how fast they will wear.

    Reviewed 2/23/2021
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    A win for Michelin!
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    by cycle17
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Tucson, AZ 85741, USA

    We have these in 700x28c on both mine and my wife's bikes. She has a tubeless setup and loves the grip and comfort of the ride. The tire inspires confidence and wear is good in our experience on roads and Paved MUP routes. No flats this year on either bike. Running the lower pressures with tubeless also makes these tires "cushy" over bumps and rough sections according to my wife. We will continue to buy this tire going forward.

    Reviewed 10/6/2020
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    For three months I tried those German tires, so glad to be back to Michelin, good-bye sketchy hello grip.
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    by Bike Utah
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Salt Lake CIty

    I decide to go tubeless and bought new wheels. Everyone was talking up the new version of the German brand of tires, so I decided to try them. They were horrible. I could not take high speed corners without feeling like the bike was going to slide away. I finally decided to go back to Michelin and try the new Power line. What a difference!! I will never leave Michelin again!!

    Reviewed 1/11/2021
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    Smooth and fast
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    by Alton
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Nor Cal

    Set the 32s up tubeless. Feel very smooth and fast after 5 rides. Ride softer than the Conti GP 5000 TL. Much easier to mount for sure!!!

    Reviewed 1/21/2021
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    Finally a Michelin Tubeless road tire!
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    by pre_n_postdotcom
    Cycling Enthusiast
    San Jose, CA
    2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

    Having been in the bicycle business and a lifelong cyclist, and having used every brand of tire available, I prefer Michelin tires above all others. I love the feedback and grip of their tires, and ease of installation. I use this tire on my race bike and even occasional sections of gravel & dirt, and have had no issues whatsoever set up tubeless on ENVE wheels. Love them.

    Reviewed 9/26/2020
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    Good Tubelss Tire
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    by Anonymous
    Cycling Enthusiast
    North Carolina

    Have about 1000mi on front wheel, to date. Will rotate to rear when current tire (Yksion) wears out. Tire mounted well on a Mavic Kyserium Pro wheel. Pumped up easily with a hand pump. I like this tire, rolls well good traction. I expect good service based on previous history with Michelin Pro's series 2-4.

    Reviewed 9/24/2020
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    Mounted easy, holds air tubeless mount, and grips the road.
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    by Hal
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Georgia

    Mounted easy to Mavic UST wheels and inflated tubeless with just floor pump. Holds air like a tube type tire. Sticks to the road in corners. Very pleased with the performance so far.

    Reviewed 1/7/2021
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    Good tire.
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    by Neil Burt
    Indiana
    1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

    This is all my LBS had 3 weeks ago, in a clincher. I had the lighter power tire before, but this is typical top of the line Michelin quality and more puncture resistant, very grippy, even on questionable pavement.

    Reviewed 6/30/2020
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