Michelin Power Endurance
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Michelin Power Endurance
An unprecedented tyre in the high-performance market
Michelin Power boosts Michelin’s high-performance range to meet the needs of even the most exacting cyclists.
Characterised by extremely low rolling resistance, enhanced grip on wet roads, better protection against punctures and longer life, this new bicycle tyre range benefits fully from Michelin’s extensive research and development expertise. Indeed, passing innovations on to its customers has been the founding principle of the Group’s development ever since its creation, not to mention a powerful means of setting itself apart from its competitors.
Of paramount concern for 76 percent of users, puncture resistance is at the very top of the priority list for sport touring enthusiasts, which is why the Michelin Power Endurance was designed to be exceptionally strong.
This tyre features a dual-compound tread. The shoulder rubber generates an excellent level of wet-weather grip when cornering. The rubber in the center of the tyre, meanwhile, is composed of a low rolling resistance compound. What’s more, the advantage of this tread - which was designed especially for the Michelin Power - is not merely limited to enhanced efficiency, since it also ensures first-rate resistance against wear and damage.
The Michelin Power Endurance similarly promises higher cornering speeds, thanks to its lightly siped tread pattern that optimises the contact patch between the tyre and the ground. This provides better lateral grip when the tyre is subjected to high stress levels (e.g. high angles of lean) in wet conditions.
Combined with a silicabased rubber compound that has been specifically developed for wet surfaces, this tread pattern offers impressively efficient braking: 10% more longitudinal grip and 35% more lateral grip, which is essential when disc brakes are used.
Finally, the Michelin Power Endurance produces a saving of 8.6 watts per pair of tyres. That translates into 63 seconds gained over a distance of 40 km at an average speed of 35 kph.
X-Miles Compound: dual-compound tread
Grip design: Ship's bow-shaped grooving
Aramid Protek+: technology combining Aramid protection and a reinforced crown ply
3x110 TPI: casing comprising 3x110 TPI crown plies
TWI (Tread Wear Indicator): to ensure that its Michelin Power tyres are employed correctly, Michelin decided to equip them with Tread Wear Indicators.
Estimated lifetime: over 4500 km
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