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TIRES: ESSENTIAL TO YOUR SAFETY
TIRESARETHE ONLY POINT OF CONTACT
BETWEENYOUR MOTORCYCLEANDTHE ROAD.

TIRE MARKINGS
REAR The rear tire's direction of rotation is indicated by an
arrow on the sidewall. 180 The tire's maximum overall width
in millimetres. 55 The ratio between the tire's overall diameter and width. R Radial construction. 17 The tire's interior diameter in inches (1 inch = 2.54cm). M/C Motorcycle or
scooter tire. 73 Load index, e.g. 73 indicates a maximum load
of 365kg per tire. W Speed rating, e.g. W covers speeds up
to 270kph. Pilot Road 2. The tire's catalogue name.
MICHELIN The name of the tire brand. MADE IN SPAIN The
country of production.TUBELESS Indicates a tire without an
inner tube. 'Tube type' indicates a tire with an inner tube.

WEAR
The principal function of the tread is to
ensure contact with the ground.
As a tire wears, its ability to clear water
diminishes, so it is important to reduce
your speed on wet roads. Check your tires
regularly for wear by inspecting the tread
band. Make sure that wear is even.
Tire wear, and consequently the tire's life
expectancy, depends on seven main factors, some of which are within the rider's
control, such as inflation pressure, load
carried, speed and riding style (braking
and acceleration).
Others are outside of the rider's control –
e.g. twisty roads, road surface quality and
temperature – and may call for the rider to
adapt his or her riding style accordingly.
It is important to remember that excessive
tread wear may be the result of a mechanical problem (a warped rim, poor damping, play in the steering or a wheel/frame
alignment problem, etc.).
Any one of these factors can significantly
influence tire life, while the combination
of more than one factor will result in considerably higher rates of wear.
TIRE PRESSURES
For reasons of safety, and in order to optimise the life expectancy of a tire,it is essential to ensure that it is correctly inflated at
all times. Running with correctly inflated

RUNNING-IN PERIOD
A running-in period of approximately
100km is necessary for the tire to reach its
full performance potential. During this
period,start to gradually lean through corners at moderate speeds.

NEW

tires in accordance with the vehicle manufacturer's recommendations also makes a
significant contribution to straight-line and
cornering handling, including under braking and at low speeds.
Running under-inflated tires can lead to
premature wear, irreversible damage and,
occasionally,a sudden loss of air.Air is gradually lost from tires. It is therefore essential to systematically check tire pressures
before use. When checking the pressures
once a journey has started,remember that
the tires will be hot. This causes the tire
pressures to rise, so never release air from
a tire that has just been used.
If the pressure is found to be lower than
the recommended value, it is necessary to
add air. Bear in mind, however, that the
correct pressure of a hot tire is 0.3 bar
higher than the pressure recommended

for the same tire when cold.
After checking,remember to refit the valve
cap which, along with the valve core itself,
ensures an air-tight seal.
TIRE FITTING AND REMOVAL
Fitting and removing tires are jobs for professionals. Improper tire fitment or removal may damage a tire and jeopardise the
rider's safety.
When replacing a tire, the following precautions must be observed:
- check the condition of the tire and rim;
- replace the original tire with a tire of the
same size;
- check that the speed rating and load
index are adapted to the use to which the
tire is to be put;
- in the case of certain types of motorcycle, ensure that any fitment recommen-

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MICHELIN PILOT ROAD 2
FRONT
110/70 ZR 17 (54 W)
110/80 ZR 18 (58 W)
120/60 ZR 17 (55 W)
120/70 ZR 17 (58 W)
120/70 ZR 18 (59 W)
REAR
150/70 ZR 17 (69 W)
160/60 ZR 17 (69 W)
160/60 ZR 18 (70 W)
170/60 ZR 17 (72 W)
180/55 ZR 17 (73 W)
190/50 ZR 17 (73 W)
190/55 ZR 17 (75 W)
MICHELIN PILOT ROAD
FRONT
120/60 ZR 17 (55 W)
120/70 ZR 17 (58 W)
110/80 R 19 59 V Trail
REAR
150/70 ZR 17 (69 W)
160/60 ZR 17 (69 W)
170/60 ZR 17 (72 W)
180/55 ZR 17 (73 W)
190/50 ZR 17 (73 W)
150/70 R 17 69 V Trail

MICHELIN PILOT POWER
FRONT
110/70 ZR 17 (54 W)
120/60 ZR 17 (55 W)
120/65 ZR 17 (56 W)
120/70 ZR 17 (58 W)
REAR
150/60 ZR 17 (66 W)
160/60 ZR 17 (69 W)
170/60 ZR 17 (72 W)
180/55 ZR 17 (73 W)
190/50 ZR 17 (73 W)
190/55 ZR 17 (75 W)

MIXING FRONT/REAR TIRES
All our recommendations and advice
exclusively concern the fitment of
MICHELIN motorcycle tires at the
front and rear.
Except when recommended to do so
by the vehicle's manufacturer, you are
strongly advised not to mix radial and
cross-ply scooter tires. Doing so might
result in unstable handling.
HANDLING AND STORAGE
Always store tires in a ventilated,dry,temperature-controlled place,away from direct
sunlight and protected from adverse weather conditions.
• Keep tires away from chemicals,solvents
and hydrocarbons likely to affect their properties.
• Keep tires away from sharp objects that
may damage the tire (metal, wood, etc.).
• Keep tires away from sources of heat
and electrical discharges.

NEW SIZE

MICHELIN PILOT POWER 2CT
FRONT
120/60 ZR 17 (55 W)
120/70 ZR 17 (58 W)
REAR
160/60 ZR 17 (69 W)
180/55 ZR 17 (73 W)
190/50 ZR 17 (73 W)
190/55 ZR 17 (75 W)

WARMING UP TIRES
Each time you use your motorcycle, it is
important to cover the first few kilometres at a moderate speed in order
to allow your tires to get up to their
working temperature and benefit
from optimal grip.

CHOOSETHETIRESTHAT BEST MEETYOUR NEEDS!

REAR
150/70 ZR 17 (69 W)
160/60 ZR 17 (69 W)
160/60 ZR 18 (70 W)
170/60 ZR 17 (72 W)
180/55 ZR 17 (73 W)
190/50 ZR 17 (73 W)
190/55 ZR 17 (75 W)
150/70 R 17 69 V Trail

MICHELIN POWER PURE
FRONT
120/60 ZR 17 (55 W)
NEW SIZE
120/70 ZR 17 (58 W)
REAR
160/60 ZR 17 (69 W)
180/55 ZR 17 (73 W)
190/50 ZR 17 (73 W)
NEW SIZE
190/55 ZR 17 (75 W)
NEW SIZE
200/50 ZR 17 (75 W)

REPAIRS
In the event of a puncture, only specialists
have the required expertise to undertake
the necessary inspection of the tire's interior and exterior with a view to deciding
whether or not a tire is reparable.
The injection of a puncture sealant via the
valve must only be considered as a partial
and temporary solution.

CHOOSETHETIRESTHAT BEST MEETYOUR NEEDS!

MICHELIN PILOT ROAD 3
FRONT
NEW SIZE
110/70 ZR 17 (54 W)
NEW SIZE
110/80 ZR 18 (58 W)
NEW SIZE
120/60 ZR 17 (55 W)
NEW SIZE
120/70 ZR 17 (58 W)
NEW SIZE
120/70 ZR 18 (59 W)
NEW SIZE
110/80 R 19 59 V Trail

MICHELIN PILOT ACTIV
FRONT
90/90 - 18 51 H
100/90 - 18 56 V
100/90 - 18 56 H
100/90 - 19 57 H
100/90 - 19 57 V
110/70 - 17 54 H
110/80 - 17 57 V
110/80 - 18 58 V
110/80 - 17 57 H
110/90 - 18 61 V
120/70 - 17 58 V
120/80 - 16 60 V
3.25 - 19 54 H

MICHELIN COMMANDER
FRONT
MH90 - 21 56 H
MT90 B 16 72 H
100/90 - 19 57 H
REAR
MT90 B 16 74 H
MU85 B 16 77 H
140/90 - 15 76 H
140/90 - 16 77 H
150/80 - 16 77 H

NEW SIZE

POWER
ONE

MICHELIN PILOT SPORTY
2.75 - 18 42 P
60/90 - 17 30 S
NEW SIZE
60/100-17 39 S
NEW SIZE
70/90-16 42 S
70/90 - 17 38 S
NEW SIZE
70/90 - 17 43 S
NEW SIZE
80/90-16 48 S
NEW SIZE
80/90-17 50 S
90/80 - 17 46 S
90/90 - 16 48 S
90/90 - 18 57 P
100/80 - 16 50 P
100/80 - 17 52 S
100/80 - 17 52 T
100/90 - 18 56 S
110/80 - 17 57 S
120/80 - 16 60 P
120/80 - 16 60 S
130/70 - 17 62 S
130/70 - 17 62 T
130/80 - 17 65 S

MICHELIN ANAKEE 2
FRONT
90/90 - 21 54 H
90/90 - 21 54 S
90/90 - 21 54 V
100/90 - 19 57 H
110/80 R 19 59 H
110/80 R 19 59 V
REAR
120/90 - 17 64 S
130/80 R 17 65 H
130/80 R 17 65 S
140/80 R 17 69 H
150/70 R 17 69 H
150/70 R 17 69 V
MICHELIN SIRAC
FRONT
2.75 - 21 45 R
3.00 - 21 57 T
80/90 - 21 48 R
90/90 - 21 54 T
90/90 - 21 54 S
REAR
110/80 - 18 58 R
120/80 - 18 62 T
120/90 - 17 64 T
120/90 - 17 64 S
130/80 - 17 65 T
4.10 - 18 60 R
4.60 - 18 63 T

NEW SIZE

HYPERSPORT / SPORT

MICHELIN M45
2.25 - 17 38 S
2.50 - 17 43 S
2.50 - 18 45 S
2.75 - 17 47 S
2.75 - 18 48 S
3.00 - 18 52 S
3.25 - 16 55 S
3.25 - 18 59 S
4.00 - 18 64 S
80/80 - 16 45 S
90/80 - 16 51 S
110/90 - 16 59 S

MICHELIN T63
FRONT
80/90 - 21 48 S
90/90 - 21 54 S
REAR
110/80 - 18 58 S
120/80 - 18 62 S
130/80 - 17 65 S
130/80 - 18 66 S

Wet grip
Dry grip
Mileage
Handling
Comfort
Budget

POWER
PILOT
PURE POWER 2CT

5
10
4
8
6
5

9
9
6
10
8
6

PILOT
POWER

PILOT
ROAD 3

PILOT
ROAD 2

PILOT
ROAD

PILOT
ACTIV

8
7
6
9
8
10

10
6
10
8
9
6

9
6
10
8
9
8

5
5
10
5
10
10

6
5
9
6
7
10

8
8
6
9
9
8

CITY

TRAIL

CRUISER

Wet grip
Dry grip
Mileage
Handling
Comfort
Budget

SPORTTOURING

COMMANDER

ANAKEE 2

SIRAC

T63

PILOT SPORTY

M45/M62

7
6
9
7
9
7

8
6
10
7
8
7

6
6
7
6
6
10

6
5
7
6
6
10

6
6
6
7
6
9

5
5
7
5
6
10

WHY CHOOSE MICHELIN TIRES?

MICHELIN M62
2.25 - 17 38 P
2.50 - 17 43 P
2.75 - 17 47 P
2.75 - 18 48 P
3.00 - 17 50 P
3.00 - 18 52 P

MICHELIN
POWER ONE
STREET
MICHELIN
POWER PURE
MICHELIN
POWER POWER 2CT

MICHELIN
PILOT ROAD 3
MICHELIN
PILOT ROAD 2

MICHELIN
PILOT POWER

MICHELIN
PILOT ROAD

MICHELIN
PILOT ACTIV

MICHELIN: PERFORMANCE PROVEN BY INDEPENDENT TESTS, REVOLUTIONARY INNOVATIONS
MICHELIN
ANAKEE 2

AND A UNIQUE RECORD IN MULTI-BRAND* RACING

MICHELIN - N°1 FOR PERFORMANCE
MICHELIN's high performance tires are acclaimed by the most prominent motorcycle magazines**
**Pilot Power 2CT: Motorrad test winner in 2006 and 2009 / Pilot Road 2: winner of every Motorrad test since its launch

MICHELIN - N°1 FOR INNOVATION
• A research budget superior to the tire industry average
• Slicks, radial tires, SRT Silica Rain Technology, 2CT Two Compound Technology, the latest MICHELIN XST
X Sipe Technology… MICHELIN innovations continue to revolutionize motorcycle tires

MICHELIN - N°1 IN MULTI-BRAND* RACING
www.michelin.com

ECONOMY

E
G
N
A
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1
1
0
2
THEORCYCLE TIRES
MOT

PREMIUM
MICHELIN
POWER ONE
COMPETITION

Failure to comply with the above
recommendations may impair the performance of the vehicle,lead to handling problems and/or tire malfunctions
ofatypethatcouldendangerthesafety
of both the user and third parties.
Michelin can in no case be held responsible for damages resulting from
and/or due to use that des not comply with its recommendations.

REAR
120/90 - 18 65 H
120/90 - 18 65 V
130/70 - 17 62 H
130/70 - 18 63 H
130/80 - 17 65 H
130/80 - 18 66 V
130/90 - 17 68 V
140/70 - 17 66 H
140/80 - 17 69 V
150/70 - 17 69 H
150/70 - 17 69 V
4.00 - 18 64 H

MICHELIN
PILOT SPORTY

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MFP Michelin RCS Clermont-Ferrand 855 200 507 Photos : Constructeurs.

INSPECTION
Tires must be closely inspected at regular
intervals. Uneven wear may be the result
of incorrect inflation pressures,overloading
or ill-suited mechanical adjustments.
Using an underinflated or overloaded tire
for a prolonged period of time may lead to
irreversible damage which could have
serious consequences, even if that tire is
subsequently inflated to the correct pressure. Tires should be examined regularly, paying particular attention to:
- the tread: look out for embedded
foreign bodies, cuts, localised
damage and uneven wear;
- the sidewalls: look out for impact
damage(kerbs,potholes,etc.),cuts,
cracking and abnormal deformation;
- the bead area (check for signs
of rubbing, or damage to the rim).
If in doubt, have the inside and
exterior of your tire inspected by a
specialist at the earliest opportunity.

dations specified by the vehicle manufacturer are adhered to. If in doubt, refer
to the owner's manual or seek advice from
an approved dealer of the make of motorcycle in question.
When fitting new tires, it is recommended
to replace the valve and valve cap which
play an essential role in ensuring an airtight seal.

TRACK USE

TIRE CHOICE AND USAGE
Always choose a tire which complies with
local road traffic legislation, and always
follow the recommendations of the vehicle's manufacturer, the tire manufacturer
or appropriate official bodies.
Seek professional guidance when fitting
tires that do not conform with your motorcycle’s original tires.
Never use a tire that is incorrectly inflated,
at a speed which exceeds its speed rating
or with a load that exceeds its load index.
Legislation does not permit the use of slick
tires, tires with 're-cut' tread patterns or
tires bearing the marking 'NHS' (Not for
Highway Service) or 'FOR COMPETITION
USE' on public highways.

MICHELIN POWER ONE
FRONT
110/70 ZR 17 (54 W)
120/60 ZR 17 (55 W)
120/70 ZR 17 (58 W)
REAR
150/60 ZR 17 (69 W)
160/60 ZR 17 (66 W)
180/55 ZR 17 (73 W)
190/50 ZR 17 (73 W)
190/55 ZR 17 (75 W)
200/55 ZR 17 (78 W)

THE MICHELIN
MOTORCYCLE RANGE

ROAD USE

The size of the combined contact patches of a front and rear motorcycle tire
is 100 sq. centimetres, equivalent to approximately two credit cards,
so looking after their quality and performance is crucial.

THE MICHELIN
MOTORCYCLE RANGE

• Endurance racing: 14 world titles
• GP500/MotoGP: 360 race wins and 26 world titles since 1973
• Cross-country competition: 2010 FIM World Champions, 26 Dakar wins since 1983
* Disciplines which permit open competition between tire brands

PROVEN MULTI-COMPOUND RACING TIRES
FOR LIGHTNING-QUICK LAP-TIMES

HYPERSPORT
S P O RT
NEW SIZE

• Eight exclusive technologies to choose the ideal tire for any racetrack.
Further information available @ michelinpowerone.com.
• An even wider range featuring new sizes and compounds.
• Voted best Hypersport tire by RIDE magazine in 2010.

NEW SIZE

MICHELIN POWER ONE

A DUAL-COMPOUND SPORT TIRE FOR EXCEPTIONAL HANDLING
• A structure directly inspired from the world of racing (materials, tread pattern)
and a fun, nimble ride thanks to MICHELIN's Light Tire Technology (LTT).
• Even wear and life-long performance ability
thanks to MICHELIN's latest-generation 2CT dual-compound technology.
• Two new versions: - a new front tire for pilots who prefer to take deep lean angles more progressively;
- a new rear tire for aggressive pilots riding higher power machines.

MICHELIN POWER PURE

THE AFFORDABLE
DUAL-COMPOUND SPORT TIRE

THE BUDGET CHOICE FOR YOUR SPORT BIKE

• MICHELIN's 2CT dual-compound technology enables
riders to lean at angles of up to 51.2°, an unprecedented
figure for a road tire.
• A versatile, durable tire with exceptional wet and dry grip.

• From the moment it was launched, MICHELIN Pilot Power's
performance credentials and technologies derived from the world of
racing revolutionized the Sport tire segment.
• MICHELIN Pilot Power's unbeatable price makes it the number one
budget choice.

MICHELIN PILOT POWER 2CT

MICHELIN PILOT POWER

*MICHELIN Light Tire Technology

SPORT TOURING
NEW

TRAIL

THE SEGMENT'S NEW BENCHMARK SURPASSES ITS PREDECESSOR,
THE MICHELIN PILOT ROAD 2

THE DUAL-COMPOUND SPORT-TOURINGTIRE
ACCLAIMED BY INDEPENDENT TESTS

THE UNBEATABLY-PRICED
SPORT-TOURING RADIAL

GRIP AND DURABILITY
FOR MID-SIZED TOURING BIKES

• Unrivalled grip in the wet* thanks to the revolutionary new MICHELIN Sipe Technology (XST)
• Unbeatable tire life** thanks to MICHELIN's latest-generation 2CT dual-compound technology
• All of this plus even wear and life-long performance thanks to full-depth MICHELIN XST*** sipes

• Winner of all comparison tests carried out by Moto Revue
and Motorrad since its launch in 2007
• Durability, grip and handling universally
acclaimed by bikers

• MICHELIN Pilot Road's balance,
durability and attractive price tag make it
an outstanding buy.
• The number one budget choice for
Touring bikes and Roadsters.

• For bikes like the Suzuki GS500, Kawasaki ER-5,
Honda CB500, Yamaha Diversion, etc.
• Upgraded performance and longer tire life
at an unbeatable price.

MICHELIN PILOT ROAD 2

MICHELIN PILOT ROAD

MICHELIN PILOT ROAD 3

NEW SIZE

MICHELIN PILOT ACTIV

*Internal test carried out at the Fontanges Test Center
(France) in March 2010.
**Durability comparison test between the MICHELIN Pilot
Road 3 and the MICHELIN Pilot Road 2 (120/70 ZR 17 and
180/55 ZR 17) carried out at the DEKRA Test Center in 2010
***X Sipe Technology

A TASTE FOR ADVENTURE
There's no longer any need to choose between grip and durability
thanks to ingredients previously restricted to racing tires:
• a minimum 29 per cent extra tire life compared to Anakee 2's main rivals*,
• …yet the same outstanding grip on wet roads*!

MICHELIN ANAKEE 2

THE STREET/TRAIL TIRE
FOR MID-SIZED TRAIL BIKES

THE OFF-ROAD TIRE
FOR MID-SIZED TRAIL BIKES

• Safe on- and off-road performance.
• Quality at the right price.

• Transforms your Trail bike into a leisure Enduro bike
on the weekend,
• …while delivering efficient on-road performance
the rest of the week!

MICHELIN SIRAC

MICHELIN T63

* Comparison test carried out at C.E.R.M (Centre d’Essais Routiers Mécaniques) in 2008
with the following main rival 110/80 R 19 and 150/70 R 17 tires (in alphabetical order):
Bridgestone Battle Wing and Metzeler Tourance EXP.

CRUISER

TESTED AND APPROVED BY
HARLEY-DAVIDSON®
• Chosen by Harley-Davidson® for its agility, comfort and long life.
• Fitted to numerous Sportster®, Dyna®, Softail® and Touring models.
• A reinforced carcass, for a durable tire that just keeps going,
even under heavy loads.

MICHELIN COMMANDER

CITY

NEW SIZE

THE SPORT TIRE
FOR SMALLER-ENGINE BIKES

THE URBAN STREET TIRE
FOR SMALLER-ENGINE BIKES

• A sporty ride and great grip for smaller-engine bikes
thanks to a semi-slick tread pattern derived from that of
MICHELIN's high-performance bike tires.
• New sizes available for the latest-generation bikes.

• The ideal tire for the city.
• Outstanding tire life for the price.

MICHELIN PILOT SPORTY

MICHELIN M45/M62


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