Michelin Pro4 Tubulars

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russianbear
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by russianbear

These are a few years old from what I understand and I remember reading that they are made by Vittoria with Michelin's rubber. Ride reports anyone? Tough enough for daily riding?

spdntrxi
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by spdntrxi

I used them for awhile with no issues..I like them alot, but decided to try veloflex this time around.

corner well, supple good ride, got cuts but no flats.

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superdx
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by superdx

I had them for a couple months. No particular issues, but they started losing traction in the wet. Pretty sure it's because I scrubbed them too hard with a brush trying to get some mud off.

Latex inner tube makes for a pretty supple ride. The underside of the tubular is beige colored so if your wheels have a lower profile shape for the tube, you may see some of that peeking out. Bit of a minor annoyance.

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