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The International Motorcycling Federation (F.I.M.) has given its guidelines for the Enduro World Championships. On this page you can find a recap of which MICHELIN Enduro ranges are compliant with the F.I.M. regulations.
R75 Regulation revision 2 approval is required, and tyres should be used in accordance with ETRTO guidelines:
The “E” approval marking must be present on both front & rear tyres. DOT marking is also accepted.
Any F.I.M. marking or similar is forbidden for new production dates (from 2018).
Tread pattern = the rear tyre tread block height must not exceed a maximum of 13mm.
The MICHELIN Enduro Medium tyre (Front & Rear) and the MICHELIN Enduro Hard tyre (Front) are both road legal and compliant with the regulations mentioned above.
Enduro tyre for soft and mixed terrain
The Enduro tyre for hard terrain!
The MICHELIN Enduro Xtrem tyre is not road legal and not compliant with R75 regulations and so does not feature an E approval marking. DOT markings are present on the tyre.
The tread pattern is similar to the MICHELIN Enduro Medium and does not exceed the F.I.M. maximum 13 mm tread depth.
The MICHELIN Enduro Xtrem tyre may be used in Extreme Enduro events which do not include any Public Highway.
Rear enduro tyre used by champions (1)
Non Road Legal