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The Michelin Pro4 Endurance offers the ultimate combination of performance and durability.

Taking over for the popular Krylion model, this tire has a lively ride quality and lightweight construction for superior performance on race day, along with the wear resistance and puncture protection of a hearty training tire.

The Endurance features a dual compound tread with softer shoulders for incredible cornering grip even in wet weather as well as a longer wearing center strip. Bead-to-bead puncture protection directly beneath the rubber wards off flats. Rounding out the package is a 110 TPI casing that further combines supple ride quality with flat resistance.

The Michelin Pro4 Endurance features a folding bead and is available in 700c x 23mm (225g) and 700c x 25mm (245g).

Applications: Road Racing, Performance Road Riding, Training/Recreational 

Min Pressure: 87 psi

Max Pressure: 116 psi

Threads Per Inch: 110 tpi

Made in: Thailand 

Black/Grey - 700c x 23mm

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 23-622 mm

Black/Red - 700c x 23mm

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 23-622 mm

Black/Yellow - 700c x 23mm

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 23-622 mm

Black/Grey - 700c x 25mm

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 25-622 mm

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Reviewed 2/24/2016
by Gio
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Long Beach, CA
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65 of 65 customers found this review helpful.
Three Sets of the Pro4 Endurance Tire Model Have Delivered As Promised

I'm now on my fourth set of the Michelin Pro4 Endurance tire model and highly recommend this tire.

I log about 140 miles of weekly road cycling and know from year-around experience that this tire lives up to its Endurance name. Its truly durable and performs well over many miles, in different conditions, and on various surfaces with proper maintenance, tube inflation, and rotation.

I ride between Los Angeles County and beach cities in Orange County, either on Pacific Coast Highway or on multiple bike paths. The surface conditions and types or volume of debris on the road and bike paths I ride varies greatly. I ride and roll over a lot of stuff that can damage or make a tire non-usable.

I keep both the front and back tire inflated to 110 PSI, which seems to help the tires shed debris better. The ride is a bit firm, but I'm okay with it. For extra flat protection, I place a tire liner (Mr. Tuffy) inside each tire. I rotate the front and back tire periodically so that I get even wear out of both tires. When a tire does get nicks, cuts, or gouges, I fill them with rubber cement to prolong use of the tire.

No tire is completely impervious to damage from surface conditions or debris. However, the Pro4 Endurance tire has been significantly less prone to damage. Among my three previous sets of this tire model, I only flatted two times. In each instance, a large nail went completely through the rear tire and tube (but didn't render the tire non-usable once a new tube was installed). I'd ridden thousands of miles over nearly a year before I got those flats. With all tires, your mileage may vary based on controllable and non-controllable variables.

I rode and recycled four sets of the Michelin Krylion carbon tire model before switching to the Michelin Pro4 Endurance tire model. The Pro4 Endurance tire is a significant improvement over the Krylion carbon tire, and Id highly recommend it as both a training and racing tire.

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Reviewed 11/13/2014
by Anonymous
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Iowa
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29 of 33 customers found this review helpful.
THIS...

I have had 3 sets of these now that I have run completely in to the ground with a grand total of 1, yes 1, flat. The shocker is the suppleness of the ride, compared to saya Gatorskin. I ride on a lot of sketchy rural roads, so these have seen all sorts of action. I have also run these for crits, with no complaints on that end either. I run 25's and modify the pressure according to the situation. I just put some 23's on my TT rig and the rid is a bit stiffer, but more responsive. My advice, go with the 25's as an all around tire, and you'll be satisfied. The all black looks dope. Happy trails!

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Reviewed 11/30/2015
by Anonymous
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1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
2600 miles no flats

Maybe I am just lucky this year, but I have been riding with the Pro 4 Endurance in 25mm this past summer and have had zero flats and 2,600 miles on them. Though I'd say 70% of my riding was on paved paths so that probably leads to longer life with the abundance of path cycling, but i have gone on some very rough roads, rolled over broken glass, hopped curbs and still no flats. Hopefully my next pair will offer a similar experience.

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Reviewed 9/30/2015
by Anonymous
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seattle
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fast commuter tires and zero flats, what else can I say.

fast commuter tires and zero flats, what else can I say. These tires have just enough grip in the rain and now both of our Trek's are equipped with these treads.

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Reviewed 4/2/2015
by USA1169
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Hood River, OR
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11 of 11 customers found this review helpful.
Better than the Krylion that it replaces, and that was a great tire!

This is my go to tire for daily training and long european tours. For me (190) it seems to be the perfect combination of weight, durability and stickiness in both dry and wet. My home roads have loads of basalt chips that just eat other tires. I can ride these over the occasional gravel section to connect a loop without worrying that they will get shredded. Yet they are light enough and supple enough to handle well and feel good. I go through about two rear tires a year and one front... typically change the rear when I put on a new chain... that is about 2,500 miles. They could go longer but my experience on our local roads is that once you see the profile go from rounded to about a 14 (5mm) flat spot then I might get a flat.

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Reviewed 11/21/2015
by Wetdogsmell
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Seattle
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2 of 7 customers found this review helpful.
Flat protection largely imaginary

Ride very nicely when they stay inflated. Alas they seem to flat if you even look at them sharply. Had in the neighborhood of a dozen flats in about 1500 miles. of urban commuting on good clean roads where I know every pothole. On the plus side, they are very easy to get on and off the rim, which is good, because if you buy these you will be doing a lot of that.

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Reviewed 5/21/2015
by Big Hill
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Sacramento,CA
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8 of 9 customers found this review helpful.
Quality

Road cyclist 220-225 Lbs 150 to 200 miles a week, Michelin Pro4 rolls smooth and no punctures or cuts to date. I have confidence in the tire allows me to relax and enjoy the ride

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Reviewed 1/5/2015
by HKP
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Willamette Valley, Oregon
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14 of 14 customers found this review helpful.
Great tires, new ones are narrower than older ones

These tires are reasonably tough and long wearing with very good handling and ride quality. The 25c tires that I most recently received (all black version) are noticeably and measurably narrower than older 25c Pro4 Endurance tires that I've had (blackgrey version). The old ones measured 27mm when mounted on a CXP-33, and 27.5mm on a Velocity Dyad. The new ones (purchased Dec. '14) measure 25.1mm on a CXP-33.

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Reviewed 9/10/2015
by Anonymous
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Nashville, TN
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1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.
700x25 - Still flat-free and riding quick after 300 miles

I ride 40-60 milesweek. Went from 700x23 service course tires to these once they wore out. The added shock absorption has been wonderful and the cornering feels very comparable to my old service courses. They come very close to rubbing against my frame, however the clearance is fine. I got really lucky because I would have missed out on riding some great tires. Still no flats or punctures, so I couldn't ask for more.

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Reviewed 8/28/2014
by Dano
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Chicago''s North Suburbs, IL
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22 of 23 customers found this review helpful.
Durable, Smooth, and Quick

I've been riding a set of these (700 x 23C) on my road bike for about 2 months now, and average about 120 miles a week. No flats, nor any deep/large cuts.

The tires feel plenty fast for my shorter interval training and spirited weekend group rides distancing anywhere from 70 to 90 miles. I particularly like the durability of these as the last thing I want to do is flat out and make everybody wait during a large group ride. And I don't feel like they're holding me back in terms of speed, or I wouldn't even be riding with them.

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Reviewed 4/10/2015
by TomR
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Asheville, NC
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Michelin Pro4 Endurance 25mm tires are rugged, fast and smooth riding.

Based on the mfr's recommendation for my new medium-depth carbon clincher wheelset, I bought the Pro4 Endurance 25mm tires. With over 1500km on them, including mileage on still winter littered roads, I am impressed that there are no cuts, and there's only insignificant wear and that only on the rear tire. I've done several road races and criteriums on them and have been pleased with their ride quality & cornering (both dry & wet). Paired with the wider rim, the combination is as aero as a deeper (56mm) carbon tubular wheelset with 23mm tires that I use primarily for climbing races (lighter weight)..

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Reviewed 4/17/2015
by Anonymous
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upstate of SC.
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3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.
the best all around tire I have ridden in years very good performance and 1500 mi.per set

simply a very good tire that performs and gives good mileage

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Reviewed 5/25/2015
by Mike
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Arlington va
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1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.
.25 size is large

There are many comments about these tires. I recently purchased a .25 size tire to match up with a Maxxis ReFuse that I had for the back wheel. I was surprised that the flattened out tires were quite different - the Michelin was easily a quarter inch larger bead to bead. I have not used a caliper, but it is bigger on the rim too.

I don't regard this as a problem, but the amount of difference was a surprise.

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Reviewed 4/17/2015
by Anonymous
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2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.
the best all around tire I have ridden in years very good performance and 1500 mi.per set

simply a very good tire that performs and gives good mileage

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Reviewed 4/7/2015
by Relaxin
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Waikele, HI
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3 of 6 customers found this review helpful.
Ride quality is great but life expectency is short.

I'm 5'4, 115lbs and keep the tires at 90-95 front 95-100 rear. The ride quality is great. They're grippy in the turns and feel really nice and quick in the straights if you keep an eye on your tire pressure. I can't recall ever having felt that I didn't have control over the tires in handling. I've had one flat from a thorn and one from a pinch flat.

I've only managed to put about 350-450 miles on these tires and stored the bike indoors. Even though they're supposed to have plenty of life left the tires have been exhibiting severe cracking and flaking. If I rub my hands across the surface of the tire it leaves a thick dusty residue on my hand from the tire flaking apart. If i scratch it with my fingernail I leave a deep gouged valley in the surface. I've decided to now replace the tires because the cracks in the surface make me suspect I may experience a complete tire failure when I'm out on the road. I've contacted Michelin through their website but have yet to hear back from them.

So overall the ride on these tires are great. If you can grind through a pair of tires in a few months then get them. You won't be disappointed with their performance. If you're expecting any kind of meaningful lifespan from these tires then you should definitely shop around. There are other tires out there that ride just as well and will last for more than one season.

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Reviewed 2/14/2015
by Anonymous
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Portland, OR
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3 of 4 customers found this review helpful.
Great Tire if your tired of flats

Great tires, I wouldn't buy any others. I had a set of Gator Skins and had a flat every time I went out. I've ridden over 2000 miles on my latest set with only one or two flats. They are smooth, quick and a reliable ride!

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Reviewed 4/13/2015
by Anonymous
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1 of 4 customers found this review helpful.
Great

Great quality and nice color options

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Reviewed 2/23/2016
by Gio
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Los Angeles County
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1 of 24 customers found this review helpful.
Three Sets of the Pro4 Endurance Tires Ridden and Recycled Great Performance and Durability

I'm now on my fourth set of the Michelin Pro4 Endurance tire model.

I'd previously riddenrecycled four sets of Michelin's Krylion carbon tire model. The Pro4 Endurance tire is a significant improvement over the Krylion carbon tire.

I'm 5'9, weigh 156 pounds, and log about 140 miles of weekly road cycling. I use the Pro4 Endurance 700x23 tire and know from year-around experience that this tire lives up to its Endurance name. It truly is durable and performs well over many miles, in different conditions, and on various surfaces with proper care, tube inflation, and rotation.

I generally ride south and north on Pacific Coast Highway from Los Angeles County through beach cities in Orange County, and on multiple bike paths that parallel flood control channels in both Los Angeles and Orange counties. The surface conditions of the road and bike baths I ride vary greatly, and the different types and volume of road and bike path debris that must be navigated varies greatly too. The list of things I've rolled over with my tires, or that have hit my tires, would be an entertaining read, but the list is too long. Simply put, I ride and roll over a lot of stuff that can damage or make a tire non-usable.

No bike tire is completely impervious to some type of damage like nicks, cuts, or gouges (heck, no car or truck tire is either) given the various types and amount of road debris that can be encountered. However, the Krylion tire was highly prone to nicks and cuts and was not a durable tire at all. Its rubber seemed to erase itself faster than I would have expected, and so performance and durability were issues with the Krylion tire. Conversely, the Pro4 Endurance tire has proven to be a much more durable tire that's less prone to nicks or cuts from hitting road debris. However, when the tire does get nicks or cuts (and it has, which I expect to happen), I fill them with rubber cement to prolong the lifeuse of the tire.

I keep both the frontback tire inflated to 110 PSI (Max PSI is 116 for the Pro4Endurance tire model), which seems to help the tire shed road debris better. The tires seem to handle fine at the 110 PSI. The ride is a bit firm, but I'm okay with it. For extra flat protection, I place a tire liner (Mr. Tuffy) inside each tire. Similar to a car or truck, I rotate the front and back tire periodically so that I get even wear out of both tires.

Among the three previous sets of the Pro4 Endurance tire model, I only flatted a total of two times. In each instance, a large nail went completely through the tire and tube (but didn't render the tire non-usable). I'd ridden thousands of miles over nearly a year before I got those flats. The Pro4 Endurance tire truly is durable.

I've gotten more t

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Reviewed 10/2/2014
by PGB
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Port Huron, Mi
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7 of 7 customers found this review helpful.
The best all-around tire ever.

I've got over 3500 miles on a set of these and except for a pinch flat that was my fault, they have been perfect. They don't feel heavy or slow and rocks don't cut them. Fantastic tire.

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Reviewed 10/24/2014
by Anonymous
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Hood River, OR
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5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.
Tough and a good wet weather tire at a reasonable weight and suppleness

This tire stands up well to the basalt chips that we get on the side of the roads out here in Hood River. It has good wet weather grip as well. I go through a lot of these between my wife's bike and mine. Seems like we are getting about 2K out of them before the tread wears out... so not the longest mileage tire. But you can't have good grip with a harder rubber. A great mix of durability, weight and suppleness.

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Reviewed 5/15/2015
by Anonymous
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West Michigan
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4 of 15 customers found this review helpful.
Endurance is Misleading

I think to label these tires as endurance is a disservice to the rider. I purchased these tires because, if there's anyone in my riding group who flats, it's usually me! After purchasing these tires & riding on them, I can still say, If there's anyone in my riding group who flats, it's usually me!

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Reviewed 12/26/2014
by Anonymous
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1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.
Good training tires

I am getting about 1500 solid miles on these tires. I tend to replace when I feel I might start getting flats and definitely before any serious signs of tread wear.

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Reviewed 8/1/2014
by Sam T
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Redmond, WA
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9 of 10 customers found this review helpful.
Great tires for anyone that puts in lots of miles and doesn't want flats or extra weight.

Bought one of these to replace a Krylion Carbon that was cut through. The tire is durable and pretty darn puncture resistant, but still handles well.

Only complaint is the weight, but it's worth it for the puncture resistance.

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Reviewed 9/29/2014
by Paul
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Wisconsin
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3 of 4 customers found this review helpful.
Excellent Tire, Excellent Company!

Use these tires for all my road riding. Corner well, good gripping power. Not prone to flats although at a mere 125 pounds riding on them I've never really been prone to getting flats. Michelin has always provided quality tires both on the road and mountain biking side. Nothing to complain about here, I've been thoroughly please with their performance and they seem to wear pretty well and as Michelin says they seem pretty durable.

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Reviewed 3/21/2014
by jesty
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N.E. ohio
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13 of 13 customers found this review helpful.
excellent tire

This tire is one of the best i've used.this is my second set.A little hard to mount the first time(typical for this type of tire).i rotate my tires often and didn't have any trouble.this tire does everything well.Low rolling resistance,smooth,corners well,super grip,great mialage,and sharp looking.After 1500 miles i mounted them on a secondary bike and pushed them as far as they would go.Got 3000 miles out of them.That was with the utmost maintenance.Proper pressure,wiped down after every ride,rotated every 500 miles.Your mialage may vary.Very flat resistant.Would i buy them again?I did

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Reviewed 1/24/2014
by Michael
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Franklin, TN
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7 of 7 customers found this review helpful.
Great Tire. I am on my second set.

Probably 3500 miles on 1st set. More mileage left on them, but I changed to start off 2014 on a new set. I think no flats, which is a personal record for mileage, though most of those miles are on the Natchez Trace Parkway, where there is not much debris.

Unless someone tells me of another tire that is better, I will buy another set this year.

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Reviewed 11/15/2013
by M. DeLucia
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Hillsborough, NJ
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10 of 10 customers found this review helpful.
great tire for a clydsdale

I ride 30-80 miles on the weekend, I am 5'11 245lbs and mainly ride on back country roads that often have gravely shoulders. I got 2500 miles out on the OEM Bontrager Race all weather plus until I got my first flat on a Century ride-so very good overall. Buddies that I ride with suggested, because of my size and road conditions -and looking for a strong tire with low roll resistance, Michelin Pro4 Endurance Tire and it fit the bill. And Bike Tire Direct had the best online price. I have about 500 miles on them now and they smother and quieter than the OEM's. I feel very secure on fast down hills as well as out of the saddle bursts on climbs.

It was the first time I purchased from Bike Tires and it will not be the last. Great selections and more than just tires. On time delivery get goods offers. I installed them myself easily.

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Reviewed 2/17/2014
by Anonymous
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4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.
third year i have riden this tire, 1500 miles per tire no flats,good road feel and responce

this tire meets my criteria of very good dependable tire that has good road feel and it is confident in dry and wet conditions

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Reviewed 12/26/2013
by Petaluma rider
Sonoma county, CA
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6 of 6 customers found this review helpful.
Longer lasting with a cushy ride

25 size smooths out the bumps and the endurance tire rides like the race model. They still wear quicker than other leading brands such as Continental.

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Reviewed 1/24/2014
by sequimboy
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Sequim,Wa
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So far very happy

I'm been using these about 9 months or about 3,000 miles. Just rotated them because the rear was getting square. So far flats haven't been a problem but then the streets haven't been sanded with the local sharp tiny gravel that plagues us here.

Normally I put on my Gatorskins for the winter but the extra rotating weight of the wire bead is just too annoying. Also I feel more confident in the corners on the Pro 4's.

They are much easier to mount than the Michelin carbons but that might be the difference between 23s and 25s. The latest purchase was to fill out the order for free shipping since I will be using them in the future and the price was right.

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