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Michelin Pro4 Service Course Tire All Black
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Michelin Pro4 Service Course Tire All Black
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Michelin Pro4 Service Course Tire All Black
Michelin Pro4 Service Course Tire Black/Digital Blue
Michelin Pro4 Service Course Tire Black/Digital Blue

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Pro4 Service Course Tire

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Enter the 4th dimension with the Pro4 Service Course

Michelin's Pro 4 Service Course 700c Road Tire is a race-ready tire which beautifully balances speed with durability, using a supple 110 TPI casing and a completely redesigned tread. Knowing not to mess with a good thing, Michelin shifted their redesign focus from materials to shaping. They pulled from their MotoGP division to create a new tread profile which delivers enhanced grip over the Pro3, despite this tire's similar makeup. At the end of the day, the redesign also resulted in a slight increase in wear resistance, allowing riders to get a few extra miles out of their rubber.

Features:

  • 700 x 23-25c clincher tire
  • HD-Protection puncture resistant layer
  • 110 TPI
  • Tread area utilizes Michelin's "Bi compound" technology
  • Lateral tread width optimized for improved grip when cornering
  • Weight: 205g (23mm)
  • 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.

     

    Threads Per Inch: 110 

     

    Tire Type: Clincher-Folding 

     

    Wheel Size: 700C/29" (ISO 622) 

     

    Tire Width: 23mm (0.9in) 

     

    Applications: Road Racing, Performance Road Riding 

     

    RimSize: 622 mm

     

    Width: 23 mm

     

    ISO (ETRTO) Size: 23-622 mm

     

    Min Pressure: 87 psi

     

    Max Pressure: 116 psi

     

    Made in: Thailand 

    All Black - 700c x 25mm

    Mfg PartNum: 61663 

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    Easier to mount, good grip in various conditions, rolling resistance ok
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    by UtahGF
    Competitive Racer
    Syracuse, Utah

    I've put almost 1K miles on them, including LOTOJA this year. I've been a Cont 5000 GP user, and decided to give these a try. These are easier to mount than the Continentals, but rolling resistance feels a little more tough. There is also no wear indicators so I'll just have to guess when it's time to change.

    Reviewed 10/10/2022
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    Love these tires!!!
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    by Romeo Lumanog
    Los Angeles California

    Very fast, light and durable! ??????????

    Reviewed 10/3/2022
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    Michelin Pro4s check all the boxes!
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    by Control Freak
    Cycling Enthusiast
    East Tennessee
    2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

    I was using the lighter Michelin Power Competition for a few years but they were fragile tires. After I got a few sidewall punctures I switch back to Pro4 Service Course-a little heavier tire but much more durable. Even at 219g the Pro4 are still lighter than many of the other tires in the same class. My old Pro4 25mm would inflate to almost 28mm wide. These newer ones are more like 27mm after inflating to 85 psi. I get over 4000 miles for the rear tire and 5500 for the front. The grip and roll resistance are excellent even without the gimmicky tread patterns and fancy compounds.

    Reviewed 10/25/2021
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    Great Tires
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    by Barney Meza
    Tucson, Az

    These tires are fast, durable, lightweight and priced just right!

    Reviewed 5/26/2022
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    Supple, Grippy, Quick
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    by Illinois biker
    Daily Commuter
    1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

    These are really fun tires that grip fantastically on corners and best part start to sing around 18mph on a smooth road. I find the 700x25 size I use easier to mount than it's Conti rival, yet just as durable.

    Reviewed 6/14/2021
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    Pro4 Service Course on lower side of weight scale with good handling characteristics and useable life
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    by Anonymous
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Boston

    Pro4 Service course assures me on straightaways and corners. It allows me to enjoy the ride without concern about ride qualities.

    Reviewed 1/18/2022
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    My Go To Tire
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    by KevinA
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Tigard, OR
    1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

    This is the tire I ride for all dry road conditions. Durable and lasts a long time. The tire corners very well and seems nimble to avoid road irregularities.

    Reviewed 7/24/2017
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    You just can't go wrong!
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    by tbethony
    newengland
    0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

    Proven performance that is worth the retail but when they are the deal of the day how can you go wrong?

    Reviewed 7/24/2017
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    It sticks to the pavement
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    by Anonymous
    Competitive Racer
    Los Angeles

    I like how it corners. It picks up everything on the road. The rubber compound is sticky.

    Reviewed 7/25/2017
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    A great handling tire with various fun colors
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    by albertmtamayo
    Cycling Enthusiast
    san diego

    I use this tire for training (100- 150 miles per week) and get good mileage out of these tires. They handle really well on fast downhill curves like a racing tire and yet resist flats well like a training tire should. And the bonus - great colors.

    Reviewed 7/13/2017
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    Durable and Fast Tires
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    by David
    Competitive Racer
    Katy, Tx

    I've used them on training rides and also racing crits. I have put around 600 miles on them training with no flats or wear.

    Reviewed 7/4/2017
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    Excellent all around tires
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    by Lawrence
    PORTLAND

    Superb dry grip, decent durability, reasonable puncture protection.

    In my opinion, the best all around training tires at this price point. I trust these tires for high speed cornering. When WBW has these on sale, they are the best value anywhere.

    Reviewed 6/5/2017
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    A fast and safe tire for the streets.
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    by Tedro
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Beaufort, South Carolina
    1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

    I have been riding on both of my bikes these tires for numerous years. (TREK carbon & KLEIN Quantum) I have them mounted on ROLF VIGORS rims. They are fast yet sticky for safely hammering corners.

    Reviewed 4/3/2017
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    Pro3 are amazing
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    by Anonymous
    so cal

    I have been riding these tires for 800 miles and the wear has been great. They are fast on the straights and stick in the coreners. A great tire at a great price

    Reviewed 1/12/2017
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    Great, reliable tires
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    by CMYcycle
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Los Angeles, Ca
    2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

    I started using the Michelin Pro4 Service tires at the recommendation of a friend after having a really bad experience with some Conti tires. The beads are really flexible, so it's really easy to service a flat on the road. The tires feel really nice when cornering, and the puncture resistance so far has been great.

    Reviewed 1/6/2017
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    Light and fast
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    by ONEDESIGN
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Tennessee
    4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

    Low rolling resistance and fairly light. Better durability then the Race Competition tires. The 25mm width will inflate to more like a 27mm tire.

    Reviewed 5/28/2020
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    Excellent road feel, surprisingly long life &40for a race tire&41.
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    by Fiddler
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Washington, D.C. Metro Area
    5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

    I bought these tires for a bike I was riding on weekends for an upgrade in performance. The bike I was commuting with finally bit the dust and I decided to start riding the weekend bike to work. I just put new tires on after deciding that the old ones had worn a little too thin and the shape was rather flat. Honestly, I could probably get away with a few hundred more miles, but don't want to risk it. There were several small cuts from all the riding, but only one reached the cord (it was from a very sharp glass shard I picked up in a parking lot a few months back). I estimate that I got about 3500 miles out of them, and most of those miles were commuting. I rode all through winter and in some poor conditions. They held up beautifully and gave me a much longer life than I ever expected. I did notice that they seemed to wear quickly for the first 200-300 miles, but then they wore slowly for the rest of their life. I have no complaints to make-they're quite fast, corner well, and feel good on the road. Incidentally, I bought the tires with the white accent, despite riding in all kinds of conditions, I didn't have much trouble keeping them pretty clean. I highly recommend these tires!

    Reviewed 3/13/2016
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    great tires but not reliable.
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    by futuremurse
    Competitive Racer
    portland, OR
    3 of 25 customers found this review helpful.

    These tires handles the road very well, good tractions and rides very smooth. not very reliable. i did a century on them with no problem. The next day I wanted to do a short ride, i realized that i had a flat and a huge gash on the side. i only put about 200 miles on them before i retired them. the worse tires i have ever owned

    Reviewed 9/1/2015
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    Durable and Smooth
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    by Fiddler
    Northern Virginia

    I first bought a pair of these tires a few years ago when my Continentals wore out. They were an immediate improvement in handling, speed, and rolling resistance. They lasted much longer than I expected, and I was commuting over 100 miles a week on them.

    This, when the tires on my new bike died on a patch of broken glass, I decided to go back to the Pro4s. Since getting them, Ive found them to be durable and smooth as before, but this time they dont seem as fast, and theres actually more rolling resistance. I have think their formula has changed, so I wouldnt recommend these anymore if youre looking to go faster. They do wear well and hold the road nicely.

    Reviewed 12/29/2019
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    Overall great tire. A bit soft and larger than advertised though.
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    by nivvis
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Portland, OR
    12 of 12 customers found this review helpful.

    These tires ride smooth and sticky. I put 2400 miles on them before the rear got so square that it started to show bare threads. I use them pretty hard too lots of long rides on Dirty 30, occasional gravel, and unforgiving commuting.

    The only complaints I have are really compromises that Michelin made. These tires have great traction because the compound is pretty soft. While my tires lasted 2k miles, there were LOTS of deep gashes that exposedcut through threads - I probably should have replaced the rear sooner. Likewise the tire rides so smooth because the 25s actually measure 27.5mm 100psi. As long as you know what you're buying they're fantastic.

    Reviewed 7/12/2015
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