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  • Michelin Wild Grip'R2 MTB Bike Tyre
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A tyre for mixed terrain. Provides excellent grip/rolling resistance compromise and efficiency when cornering or leaning over. More massive blocks in the centre, close enough to enable the tyre to roll efficiently but sufficiently spaced out to make it self-clearing.

Michelin Wildgrippr 2 29er MTB Tyre Specifications:

  • Bead: Flexible bead.
  • Inner Tube: A4 (2.1), Aucune (2.25).
  • TPI: 60.
  • Pressure (Bar): 1.8/4.
  • Colour: Black
  • Size: Folding Bead
  • Wheel Size: 26", 29"
  • Width: 2.1", 2.25"
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Lightwieght with reasonable grip I do a lot of Winter pedalling and although these have managed just fine for most of the past few months, once it gets too wet you might as well have slicks on. However, once the ground starts to firm at all then they work very well. 21 March 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good Cross Country Tyre NOT!! an All Mountain tyre. I bought this for my 29er dually and using on the rear i would say this is a good XC tyre it rolls nice and fast and wears pretty good but for the riding i do it isn't up to the task. I ride in loose gravel and rocks which can be a bit slippy and this doesn't grip like i would like it to. I came from a nobby nic on the rear to this and i can say Nobby grips better but it wears twice as fast as this does. I have worn down the middle tread to about 50% and when trying to climb up steep loose bit now it just spins it doesn't grip at all. People talk about how it drifts here i wouldn't call it drifting as such but out of control sliding when it lets go which is very early in its roll over which if your not used to it will cause come butt clenching in the fast corners. I really wanted to love this tyre but if you ride on loose stuff this isnt the tyre for you, if you do lots of kms and don't hit it as hard and mostly on hard pack this would be the tyre for you. Also they are easy to set up tubeless i run them on haven rims with 20psi in them and mounted with a floor pump. 20 March 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by muy buena rueda buen comportamiento tanto en seco como en mojado bien para bajar como para subir 13 March 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good in thick sticky mud worked well on a recent outing, very sticky and slipery mud. Did eventually get bunged up but a quick couple of hits with a stick and ready to ride again. 27 February 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 ottimo come tubeless ottimo prodotto scorrevole e tenuta fenomenale più scorrevole di rogo 21 February 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dependable, good value all rounder Back in the late 90's, I ran Michelin tyres pretty much constantly. Had a set of wildgripper DH's on my hardtail, and ran a set of comp 16's on my old Marin B17. I needed tyres that would give me good traction and wouldn't pinch flat on me. Having had a long lay off, and put on a few pounds (normally around the 280lb mark these days!#, I started getting out on my bikes a bit more, and tried various different tyres #Specialized, Kenda, etc.# from the local bike shops, all of which I didn't get on with. I decided to go back to Michelin, my old favourites. Despite a number of negative reviews, I gave them a try and was more than pleased! I use a 2.25 up front, and it behaves itself beautifully in almost all conditions, from dry, dusty trails #don't see them very often!) through looser, rocky stuff through to soft, muddy conditions. It loses it's grip in a really predictable manner when cornering hard, and recovers well with a bit of input. It struggles a bit in deep mud, but most non mud specific tyres are the same! I run a 2.1 on the back of my hardtail for a bit extra clearance, and as before, the only real issue is in deep mud, where it clogs up and loses traction. In all other situations, you know what it'll do with no surprises. I really like these tyres, and find them to be ideal for the riding that I do. 16 January 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good all round tyre Read the previous reviews and desided to try out 2.25 in the front and 2.1 in the back. The tyres have rotation markers but they are really hard to see. The rear trye get's installed reverse from what the front does. The 2.25 is nice big fat tyre (I've only used 2.10's in the past#. I've ridden a few time's now on them and found they slip on rocks and log's and even on some pavement the first ride.... I find them good in mud and leaves. The grip issues could be because it's cold out #4-7 Celsius) and just rained for the past few days. I think they will preform better in warmer temps. I like the look of the tread. I have them pumped up to 45Psi - makes for a bumpy ride, I try with less air should smooth things out. Rolls really smooth on pavement. 06 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Quality tires with good grip! Very surprised at how good this is. I didn't expect it would be so robust. Good stuff! 05 January 2014
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These tyres are 'tubeless ready'; they can also be used with Tubes and will offer greater protection than a traditional tyre. However due to more dense TPI, they will also be slightly heavier.
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They work as both tubeless and tubed
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Wire Tire or Folding?

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Both sizes of the tyre are folding bead and tubeless ready.
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tubeless ou pas ?

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Ce pneu est bien Tubless ready.
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