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Michelin's research and development is the race track. Before their products hit the showroom for the every-day riders, they were tried and proved in a grueling competition. With their start in 1888 France, Michelin has become a household name when it comes to tires. Currently one of the biggest tire manufacturers in the world, they are responsible for tires that deliver the best performance and mileage available.
Rocky Mountain ATV/MC maintains a large inventory of Michelin motorcycle tires for all of your riding needs. For touring or just cruising, we can find the fit and function to make your ride the best it can be.
Kenneth in CA
This tire is amazing on anything but asphalt! BUT you have to remember the construction is different than most tires. It's got a stiff sidewall but the crown and tread area is very soft and compliant! This helps keep the rim off rocks and makes the knobies grip like hands. This also means that if you run the pressure too low the knobies will close up under load. Some people run the 333 at 8 psi and like it, I feel like it looses traction that low - In my experience it has a sweet spot between 11 and 13. Much lower and it starts loosing traction, going higher and it doesn't get bad, just not as awesome. Pushing on the knobs with my finger, it's got the same compliance at 18psi as my Metzeler MC360 had at 5psi! I don't even know how this is possible but the 360 was an ok tire but nothing compared to the 333. I'm 240lbs in my gear and riding a 500exc you may need lower pressure to hook up but I doubt it.Read All Reviews
Wesley in NC
Bought these in an effort to save some money. Tires look great and have tall knobs that have been an asset in gravel and soft dirt. Rubber compound seems a bit hard. Maybe this will result in wear resistance. Front tire is noticeably more wiggly on pavement than the Karoo 3 and Tractionator i have run previously.Read All Reviews