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Pro4 Tubular Road Tire

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Michelin's top racing rubber is now available in a tubular.

The Pro4 beautifully balances speed with durability, using a supple 290 TPI casing and a completely redesigned tread compared to its Pro3 predecessor. Knowing not to mess with the best attributes of the Pro3, 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, 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.

The Pro4 Tubular Tire is available in 700c x 23mm (23-622 ISO) and 700c x 25mm (25-622 ISO). It's compatible with tubular rims only and weighs 277g (700c x 23mm). Smooth Presta valve with removable core. Black.


ISO (ETRTO) Size: 23-622 mm


ISO (ETRTO) Size: 25-622 mm


Threads Per Inch: 290 TPI


Max Pressure: 174 PSI


Made in: Thailand 

700c x 23mm

Weight: 277 grams

700c x 25mm

Weight: 295 grams

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Excellent all around tubular
by GoldenGorilla
Cycling Enthusiast
Golden, CO
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I've ridden a couple sets of this tire. It probably isn't as quick a tire as a Vitoria Corsa, and maybe not as tough as a continental sprinter. But it holds an excellent middle ground. Great all around ride quality with its supple casing and latex tube and the rubber doesn't vacuum up every sharp bit of sand on the road. I rode Golden Gran Fondo last year on this tire with several gravel sectors on the course. The tire came through totally unscathed. In contrast, I've had Corsa's (prior to G) pick up shards of granite sand after rains here and flat after their first outing. It is a very different tire from the michelin pro 4 service course clincher which I've also ridden. The rubber compound may be similar, but the shape, and the casing are extremely different.

Reviewed 6/9/2017
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Awesome tire with excellent durability
by gofullgas
Competitive Racer
Philadelphia, PA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

While I wish tubulars came stock with longer valves, that's my only complaint with this tire. I've ridden Michelin clinchers for years, but these were the first tires I put on where I was conscious of how sweet the ride was during a ride.

Reviewed 1/24/2017
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