MICHELIN WILD ENDURO REAR

  • MTB

    MTB

Ride wherever you want with a tyre designed specifically for the rear

  • more speed
  • more grip
  • more robustness

More speed

Thanks to a tread pattern optimised for rear use and providing excellent rolling efficiency and maximum response

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More grip

Thanks to a new MICHELIN Gum-X3D design combining grip, traction and rolling efficiency

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More robustness

Thanks to the strong, lightweight MICHELIN Gravity Shield 3x33 TPI casing designed for rear-mounted Enduro riding and Pinch Protection on the bead to increase rigidity and minimize pinch flats

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Comparison table

tableau mtb enduro

Technologies 

Gum-X3D

MICHELIN Gum-X technology delivers strong rolling efficiency while delivering a good level of grip. It is available as Single-Compound (MICHELIN Gum-X), Dual-Compound (MICHELIN Gum-X2D) and Tri-Compound (MICHELIN Gum-X3D). Each of these MICHELIN Gum-X versions delivers the tyre performance required .

Gravity Shield technology 

Discipline: Enduro and All Mountain
3x33 TPI or 3x60 TPI casing, particularly suitable for the Enduro discipline.
 

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Look fantastic and are a good tyre if you can get them to hold air .fine as long as you don't want tube less then it's like a sponge and leaked out of the side walls no matter wot sealant your using

Fantastic looking but leak like a sponge

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I ride MTB enduro mostly and I've had many tyres. I’m a big fan of Magic Marys when the going gets muddy but during the summer these are too knobbly. Enter the Wild Enduro. I treated myself to a Nukeproof Mega 27.5 and they came with these tyres and I just cant fault them. They grip in the wet, they clear the build up of mud and keep you upright and going forwards and they give you all the confidence in the world when its dry. After nearly two years, they are only now just going off so im heading out to get a new set. I suggest you do the same :)

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Ive used maxis minions front n ear far a year n a half on my old bike n thought they were really good, until i purchased a nuke proof mega wih michellin wild enduro tyres fitted.... it had been pouring with rain the week i took my new bike out n did,nt know what to expect... i hamnered my bike down every trail at hamsterly bike park n that was it. I love em they grip well n dont slip n roll briliantly .

Bourght a nukeproof mega.

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Had this tire fitted along with Wild Enduro front for 10 months. Love both tires. Tire rolls well and has good grip. Found it better than other popular enduro tires. however with softness has worn a bit quicker than expected - but that is the price for great grip. Yes will be replacing with the same again. Side knobs have started to come off. But overall great tire

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I think this is the best rear tire I've found for all conditions. It isn't as fast as a Rock Razor, Minion SS, or E.13 SS, but it's not far off, and it brakes better. It rolls better than anything else with more knobs, but still corners very well. It is a great all-around tire and I'll be hard-pressed to want to put anything else on the rear for a while. I am finally starting to tear some corner knobs, and I did puncture it early on, but it's been running like a champ with a plug and some sealant for many miles since. It still works very well despite it's age, and is a great tire for when you don't know whether the trail will be dry or wet. Again, another tire (like the Enduro Front Gum-X that I would take as a primary tire to a multi-day enduro stage race. Michelin knows what they're doing.

As good of a rear tire as there is for PNW enduro

4 sizes available for MICHELIN WILD ENDURO REAR

This tyre fits your vehicle

MICHELIN 61-584 (27.5X2.40) WILD ENDURO REAR GUM-X COMPETITION LINE 61-584 (27.5x2.40HOOKED, HOOKLESS)

ETRTO Size

61 - 584

Weight (g)

1090

Pressure min/max (BAR)

1.8/4

Pressure min/max (PSI)

26/58

Bead

Foldable Bead

Tube

B4

Colours

Black

This tyre fits your vehicle

MICHELIN 66-584 (27.5X2.60) WILD ENDURO REAR GUM-X COMPETITION LINE 66-584 (27.5x2.60HOOKED, HOOKLESS)

ETRTO Size

66 - 584

Weight (g)

1220

Pressure min/max (BAR)

1.5/4

Pressure min/max (PSI)

22/58

Bead

Foldable Bead

Tube

B6

Colours

Black

This tyre fits your vehicle

MICHELIN 71-584 (27.5X2.80) WILD ENDURO REAR GUM-X COMPETITION LINE 71-584 (27.5x2.80HOOKED, HOOKLESS)

ETRTO Size

71 - 584

Weight (g)

1310

Pressure min/max (BAR)

1.5/4

Pressure min/max (PSI)

22/58

Bead

Foldable Bead

Tube

B6

Colours

Black