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Michelin Wild Gripr2 Advanced 650b
Michelin Wild Gripr2 Advanced 650b

Michelin
Wild Grip'r2 Advanced 650b (27.5") MTB Tire

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The tire that's ready to shred anything is now available in 650b. Michelin's Wild Grip'r2 Advanced blends top quality materials with an amazingly versatile tread and hassle-free tubeless compatibility.

This newest Grip'r features an updated tread consisting of closely spaced, medium height center knobs and aggressive angled shorter lugs. The resulting design delivers a speedy roll on hard-pack, confident performance in the corners, and reliable mud shedding in semi-loose conditions.

This Advanced model also features a top quality 110 TPI casing, and the Gum-X dual compound for an ideal combination of rolling resistance, grip and longevity.

The Michelin WildGrip'r Advanced 650b Tire features a tubeless ready construction. Folding bead. 110 TPI casing. Available in 650b x 2.25 (27.5 x 2.25 Inch, 54-584 ISO) and 650b x 2.35 (27.5 x 2.35 Inch, 60-584 ISO). Recommended pressure: 29-58 PSI. Weight: 545g/560g. (claimed).

Note: The 650b tire size is sometimes referred to as "27.5 inch." This tire is not compatible with 26 or 29 inch wheels.

 

Application: Cross Country MTB 

 

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 57-584 mm

 

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 60-584 mm

 

Threads Per Inch: 110 TPI

 

Min Pressure: 29 PSI

 

Max Pressure: 58 PSI

 

Made in: Thailand 

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by Malibu
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Love these skins. I have looked everyday to see if the same price will every come back so i can purchase another set for the future and place in the closet. It was so fun to be on the trail and flying into a turn on the trail and feel the bike off the ground. Then the bike came down and the tire stuck and grabbed the trail. Now thats fun!!!!

Reviewed 10/13/2017
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Good overall performance, longevity, and value
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by Brian
Cycling Enthusiast
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

This is a good overall tire. I have the 27.5x2.35 front and 27.5x2.25 rear. They seem to be very durable in 55a with minimal wear after a summer of rides. They roll alright but they do make a slight vibration on hard solid surfaces like the road. The transition while turning is very smooth and linear and the sidewalls and tread blocks give plenty of support even at low pressures. The grip is good but if you're on more slippery stuff, it will still slide a bit. As a rear tire, it has plenty of traction and grip but it rolls just a bit too slow for my liking. The 2.25 Schwalbe Nobby Nics rolled much faster. If you're going mostly downhill, it'd be just fine though. I'm thinking of trying the Schwalbe Magic Mary up front for comparison, which should have more grip but is more expensive and won't last as long. And that is what makes these Michelin tires a great value Good performance overall that lasts long at a very fair price. But as the other reviewer said, if you're going tubeless in a harsh rocky terrain, then you probably want to go for the reinforced version instead.

Reviewed 11/24/2014
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If you ride in the rocks, get the reinforced!
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Phoenix, AZ

The reinforced casing is a must have here in the desert. Punctured the sidewall in less than a week.

Reviewed 8/31/2014
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