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Question - Michelin Pro Race Tire(9 posts)

Question - Michelin Pro Race Tiregrizzly bear
Aug 20, 2002 6:39 PM
Has anyone had any experience with the Michelin Pro Race tires? How well do they wear? Are they prone to getting cuts in the outer casing like the Axil Pro's?
re: Question - Michelin Pro Race TireWCC
Aug 20, 2002 6:47 PM
ive got a several hundred miles on mine with little visible wear. these are also more cut resistant than the old Axials. im pleased
re: Question - Michelin Pro Race Tirespc15
Aug 20, 2002 7:04 PM
I have put approx 1500 miles on mine and so far, so good... They are wearing well with no flats. A few minor cuts,(sometimes you can't avoid those) other than that they are working & wearing great
re: Question - Michelin Pro Race Tiregarhead
Aug 21, 2002 2:29 AM
I've got 1200 miles on mine & no flats, very little wear & NO cuts! Now that I've written this I am sure I'm in for a weekend of flats! :)
What's the difference b/w Pro Race and Axial Pro?Fez
Aug 21, 2002 4:47 AM
The website basically says increased cut resistance. Anyone ridden both tires and have a preference?
What's the difference b/w Pro Race and Axial Pro?spc15
Aug 21, 2002 5:30 AM
Honestly, I cannot really tell the difference between the two tires, other than the fact that I seem to have less flats with the Pro Race tire. They also say that the Pro Race has less rolling resistance as well, but, again I cannot tell the difference. I will continue to purchase the Pro Races because of the seemingly increased sturdiness.
re: Question - Michelin Pro Race Tirefirstrax
Aug 21, 2002 5:48 AM
4800 miles and got my first flat monday. I probobly wore them down more than I should have. A new pro race is on the way.
Note: 1/4 of my miles are on rollers. I dont think rollers wear tires as fast. So it might be safe to say they really have 3600 miles.
You must weigh as much as a helium balloon . . .Look381i
Aug 21, 2002 7:53 AM
or the Pro Races are really durable. I used to get about 2500 out of the old Axial Pros, so I wasn't expecting much more from the Pro Races. I weigh 170, so my mileage is probably less than a lighter rider's . . .
Same experienceBipedZed
Aug 21, 2002 8:25 AM
I weigh 145 and finally replaced my Pro Races with new Pro Races after 4500 miles. Not because I had to, but because I was freaked out by how much mileage I was getting out of them and couldn't believe they could still be reliable. I'm sure they were, but I do a lot of training races on them.