MICHELIN WILD ENDURO FRONT MAGI-X

  • MTB

    MTB

Developed for the front wheel with better grip at high speed for experts

TYRE RIDDEN BY EWS 2018 WORLD CHAMPIONS*

MORE SPEED

Thanks to a tread pattern designed for the front wheel. Its block design provides more progressivity and terrain versatility.

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MORE GRIP

Thanks to the new MAGI-X² rubber compound providing maximum braking and cornering grip in all conditions (dry, wet) and temperatures (hot, cold)

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MORE STRENGTH

Thanks to the strong, lightweight "Gravity Shield" 3x60 TPII casing designed for Enduro riding and its high-density reinforcement

michelin bike mtb wild enduro front magi x more strength

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*Tyres ridden in 2018 by Sam Hill, Elite World Champion 2018, Karim Amour, Master World Champion 2018, and Elliott Heap, U21 World Champion 2018

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Purp - August 10, 2021

I hate that this tire is so popular. Destroyed my wild am and now I’m switching to an enduro on the rear but can’t find the 29er anywhere. I wouldn’t have this problem if these tires weren’t so damn good

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Kyle - May 26, 2021

I also ride the DH34; would really like to see the magi-x dh compund available in a lighter casing such as the Wild Enduro series

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    Matthew - May 26, 2021

    I ride desert SW in Arizona, rocks and loose over hard. I like the traction provided by the front Gum3x but find that it is very sensitive to the psi, one or two too high and it slides 1-2 too low and it squirms. Cornering is great and the knobs hook up well. The rear has a controllable, predictable and fun slide in corners but then hooks up well. Riding uphill the smaller knobs do allow for more tire spinning up steep loose sections compared to a DHR, but that also means good rolling speed on the downhill. Due to limited supply I am running a front on my rear now and getting better uphill traction. SO slightly larger rear tire center knobs would be nice. I find that the tires are robust in most situations. I did have a front sidewall cut that I sewed up. Two of my rear tires had failures at the bead with separation and like an elongated cut of the bead at the rim and I can see the chords. This happened unfortunately pretty early in my tires' life and did send me to a new brand but that didn't measure true to size so back to Michelin. Oh I have always had bad sidewall weeping with my sealant but a friend that I turned on to the Wild Enduro has not. Seems to be a sealant thickness difference. I want to try a Wild Rock'r but 2.35 is too skinny so if that goes to a wider size of 2.4, or 2.5 I'd be in. So far I've turned several people on to the Wild Enduro out here in the desert.

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      2 sizes available for this tyre

      Diameter

      27.5''
      29''
      61-622 (29X2.40)
      ETRTO Size 61 - 622
      Weight (g) 1035
      Pressure (BAR) 4/1.5
      Pressure (PSI) 58/22
      Bead Foldable Bead
      Tube A4
      Coulours Black
      61-584 (27.5X2.40)
      ETRTO Size 61 - 584
      Weight (g) 980
      Pressure (BAR) 4/1.5
      Pressure (PSI) 58/22
      Bead Foldable Bead
      Tube B4
      Coulours Black
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