Michelin Wild Race'r 27.5 Tires

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Michelin's WildRace'r is now available for your 650b rig. This tire rules dry and hard-pack trails with an outstanding combination of grip and speed. Its tubeless-ready design provides hassle-free sealant compatibility without the weight of a full UST tire.

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Michelin Wild Race'r... anyone riding them?

MBAction had a review not too long ago in which they rated the Michelin Wild Race'r as having decent grip and low rolling resistance (and they are light if you get the ultimate version). I have been thinking about trying them out on a 4" XC bike (26"). I mainly ride San Tan mountain and DC at South ... Read More »

Michelin Wild Race'r Ultimates

Just a quick review Spec's: 1@455g and 1@467g (lightest mtb tires I've ever had or seen) Claimed width of 2.0 inches, actual width of 1.95 inches. I reached this measurement after a week or so with the tires installed on 24mm wide carbon rims and set up tubeless with Stans. They initially meas ... Read More »

michelin wild race'r 29

Was in search of something a bit different for Racing this year and ran across these Michelin wild race'r 29. Seem to be very little as far as reviews out there but what is available seems to be good. They mounted up very easily on my BWW 29 rims with Stan’s Rim strips. Matter of fact I mounted them ... Read More »

michelin wild race'r 29

Looking to see who is running this new Michelin wild Race'r tire and your thoughts. Also wondering how true to size the they run. Looking at a set for this summers XC racing. I see they come in 2.1 and 2.25 and I was leaning towards the 2.25 for extra volume on my hard tail. Had a set of Specialized ... Read More »

New Michelin Wild Race'r ride report.

I've been a fan of the WIld Race'r for 3 years now. Longest lasting 29er XC tire I have ever had. I just finally threw away one that probably had over 400 rides on it... no joke. Anyway, the old Race'r was a great rear tire but as a front tire the cornering knobs were a bit conservative... I pref ... Read More »

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