MICHELIN PILOT ROAD 4

Safety and riding enjoyment on dry and wet surfaces

  • Grip in wet conditions and even in the rain!
  • Performance made to last
  • Approved by one or several manufacturers
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Why choose MICHELIN Pilot Road 4 tyres?
 

Safety on wet surfaces

The patented MICHELIN X-Sipe Technology + (XST+) provides enhanced grip on wet roads and slippery surfaces.

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Higher mileage

Rubber compounds created to make the tyre longer-lasting than the previous generation. 

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Approved by several manufacturers 

Orginal equipment for the BMW R 1200 R, BWM R 1200 RS and YAMAHA TRACER 700.

What people are saying
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Fantastic tyres for all conditions

YellopeR1l - June 9, 2021

I've fitted Pilot Road 4 tyres to several different styles of bike from an R1200GS to a ZX6R and a S1000RR and they've performed brilliantly on all of them. They give so much confidence straight away with very little warm up and they take a very long time to develop a flat spot. I got over 5000 miles form the rear on my S1000RR without them ever feeling sketchy. I only ever ride on the road so I can't vouch for them for use on a track, but they're great road bike tyres.

  • Dry surface grip
  • Longevity
  • Maneuverability
  • Stability
  • Wet surface grip
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June 7, 2021
Dear customer, Thank you for taking the time to review your tyre at michelin.co.uk. We're pleased to hear that you are happy with your tyre and hope that you will consider Michelin again in the future. All the best, The Michelin Team
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3 / 5

Good and not so good

kpax - June 3, 2021

Good for PR4 is life and rain control. Bad is the fact that they begin to hum after 5 - 6000 miles. Cupping follows. Riding in the twisties is fair-not great. I typically ran about 10,000 mi. on the Michelins. I've purchased somewhere around 15 pairs of Michelin tires: PR 2, 3, 4 between 2008 and 2016 for BMW R1200 RTs Then I won a set of Dunlop Roadsmart 2. Much better overall. Roadsmart 3; even better. Now running a Roadsmart 4 rear and Roadsmart 3 on front due to offerings for BMW GS. Much better road feel from the Dunlops, especially in the twisties. Rain seems about equal. Life goes to Dunlop.

  • Dry surface grip
  • Longevity
  • Maneuverability
  • Stability
  • Wet surface grip
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May 27, 2021
Hi Paxton, thank you for your review. Many factors can impact regular wear of a front tire starting with the proper air pressure, riding style (even braking, braking into corners, etc.), surface of the road, and condition of the components on your bike just to name a few. Once cupping begins, it is nearly impossible to correct so it is important to monitor and adjust subjective factors accordingly.
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5 / 5

Brilliant

Stef - June 2, 2021

Brilliant tires.

  • Dry surface grip
  • Longevity
  • Maneuverability
  • Stability
  • Wet surface grip
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7 sizes available for this tyre

Rim

17''

Position

120/60 ZR17 (55W)
Width 120
Aspect Ratio 60
Rim Size 17
Load Index 55
Speed Index (W)
120/70 ZR17 (58W)
Width 120
Aspect Ratio 70
Rim Size 17
Load Index 58
Speed Index (W)
150/70 ZR17 (69W)
Width 150
Aspect Ratio 70
Rim Size 17
Load Index 69
Speed Index (W)
160/60 ZR17 (69W)
Width 160
Aspect Ratio 60
Rim Size 17
Load Index 69
Speed Index (W)
180/55 ZR17 (73W)
Width 180
Aspect Ratio 55
Rim Size 17
Load Index 73
Speed Index (W)
190/50 ZR17 (73W)
Width 190
Aspect Ratio 50
Rim Size 17
Load Index 73
Speed Index (W)
190/55 ZR17 (75W)
Width 190
Aspect Ratio 55
Rim Size 17
Load Index 75
Speed Index (W)
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