Sports Tourer Tyres

Choosing the right tyres for a practical performance bike couldn't be more important. Opt for our MICHELIN Pilot Road ranges od sports tourer tyres (Road 3, Road 4 and Road 4 GT) for safety

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ROAD 5

More confidence, in wet and dry conditions, even when 50% worn*
 

* According to internal studies at Ladoux, the Michelin centre of excellence, under the supervision of an independent witness, comparing MICHELIN Road 5 tyres used for 3502 miles and with 50% remaining tread depth with new and unworn MICHELIN Pilot Road 4 tyres.

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PILOT ROAD 4 GT

Outstanding on wet roads, especially when braking, MICHELIN Pilot Road 4 GT tyres provide optimal stability for Grand Tourer bikes.

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PILOT ROAD 4

Outstanding on wet roads, especially when braking, MICHELIN Pilot Road 4 tyres are versatile and long-lasting.

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PILOT ROAD 3

A combination of technologies for better grip on damp and wet
surfaces and long-lasting tyres.

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PILOT ROAD 2

These Sport Touring tyres are long-lasting and provide grip and traction thanks to their dual compound technology, straight from the MotoGP racetrack.

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PILOT STREET RADIAL

Riding is pure pleasure with this radial revolution for small capacity motorcycles and up. Enjoy sporty riding with great performance.

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PILOT STREET

Designed for small-engine motorcycles, MICHELIN Pilot Street tyres are perfect for everyday use in the city.

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CITY PRO

Extremely robust MICHELIN City Pro tyres that provide great puncture resistance in any conditions and are long-lasting too.

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M45

The urban tyre for small-cylinder engines provides and resistance grip, even on dirt roads.

"Whilst these fitments are considered safe for the bikes listed, Regulations covering tyre usage vary depending on the Country of use.  It is always necessary to check that the fitment and combination of tyres is acceptable both for your bike and for the local Regulations."