The Most Classic Urban & Commuter Tire
The Michelin World Tour 700c bicycle tire brings a retro touch to your ride for a remarkable style, while benefiting from the best technological innovations at Michelin.
Reliable and economic, the World Tour incorporates Michelin's Protek compound and casing for increased puncture protection and longer-life.
The tread pattern combines a zig-zag pattern that can help cut through water, and chevrons on the side that increase grip on rough roads.
Durable 33 TPI casing
35mm width to soak up bumps in the road
Stylish white or tan sidewalls
A versatile tread pattern to help increase grip
Protek compound for durability
Weight (g) 660
Pressure (BAR) 6/2.5
Pressure (PSI) Max 87/Min 36
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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Good looking, fast rolling tire for roads and lite gravel
I built a gravel bike from a 90's steel hybrid. This tire really completes the build-in both form and function. The tan walls were more orange than expected but maybe the color will fade as the tire ages. Otherwise no complaints.
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