Michelin All Moutain 60TPI Tire

DESCRIPTION

The All Mountain 60 TPI mountain bike tire features a special tread design that performs admirably in a wide range of conditions. It helps deliver impressive grip, control and performance, especially on technical trails.

  • Large volume 2.2" casing
  • World championship winning tread design

USER REVIEWS

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[Apr 15, 2009]
north20
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

Incredible rear tire, especially in wet and/or muddy conditions. Even clears clay to a higher degree than just about any other tire. Finds traction everywhere. Long lasting tread. Large volume for a 2.2 which is a nice change when most tires are smaller than stated.

Weakness:

Horrible front tire; cornering with these on the front is a scary proposition.

Very highly recommended as a rear tire for anywhere I can imagine - especially in habitually wet places. I don't know that there's enough money to make me run them in the front :p

Those remarks are what governed my ratings.

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There have been a few other mud tires I used ages ago that may have equaled it ... but only in the mud. This thing grabs traction anywhere and in any condition.

[Mar 05, 2009]
ppfeifer
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Excellent Traction

Weakness:

Higher rolling resistance than stock Specialized skins.

This is a fantastic back tire. As soon as I put it on my Rockhopper I was able to make climbs that were previously impossible. This is quite possibly the perfect up-grade for a new mountain biker looking to upgrade their $700 bike. Did I mention that it was on sale too?!

Similar Products Used:

Maxxis Ignitor, Specialized Fast Trak LK, Maxxis CrossMark, Bontrager ACX

[Aug 22, 2008]
biga6462
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Grip and Speed

Weakness:

None

So far these have been some of the best tires I have ever used. The tires are extremely fast and hold well to any surface I put them on. It almost feels like I will slide around corners but the grip is phenominal when doing so. I recommend trying to find these when they are on sale, or otherwise you will pay quite a bit for them.

Similar Products Used:

Michelin Wildgripper, Bontrager Jones, Bontrager Connection Trail, Hutchinson Python, IRC Mythos

[Aug 23, 2007]
Francis
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Got it on sale, grippy, looks good,

Weakness:

Performance wise, none so far. But it was a bit tricky to mount though.

Makes riding a full rigid fun again. It soaks up a lot of the roots and small ruts that make my wrists ache. It definately helps me stay on pace with the other FS/HD bikes on the trail.

Similar Products Used:

Spec. hardrocker 1.95, Forte 2.1, Kenda 2.1

[Aug 14, 2007]
michael ly
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

grippy, cheap

Weakness:

kind of noisy at corners and hard to set up when it is folded

its a good buy, it feels like your gonna slide off in sand, but its playing with your mind, it actually has tons of grip. the noise i think is comming from the tread, but i didnt even broken them in yet.

Similar Products Used:

specialized hardrock stock tires07

[May 03, 2007]
J D
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Good rolling, grip, nice impact absorption, not too heavy for such a big tire.

Weakness:

None so far...

Finally I got the good stuff for a very low price. Good rolling, breaking and control. If you need a good tire for low money, go for the Michelin 60 tpi. I'll update later, but this tires are great for the price and nice looking too..

Similar Products Used:

WTB Timber Wolfs

[Oct 15, 2007]
Cameron
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Increadible price when they're on sale at Performance. Tons of grip in most situations. Fairly low rolling resistance. Large volume soaks up bumps. They fold up!

Weakness:

The only place I lose grip is the smooth rock going up hill out of a puddle/creek.

These tires are sweet so far. They were next to impossible to get onto my rim, but once they were on, they were great. They roll well on the faster flats, and grip hard up and downhill.

Similar Products Used:

Kona Enter/Break

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