MICHELIN COUNTRY GRAVELTIRE Michelin Country SeriesTires. RecreationalTires with long-lasting carbon black rubber compound, Heavy-duty 33Tpi casing for puncture resistance. CountryTrail features an aggressive knobby pattern Country Gravel features widely-spaced low-profile knobs forTraction and control Long lasting carbon black rubber compound Item Specific
a Cross Country Rider
from Birmingham UK
Date Reviewed: December 10, 2010
Strengths: Durable, good on rocks, gravel
Weaknesses: Hard to remove tyre when punctured
Used on front only.
Best all rounder I've come across. Keeps good line through loose ground and not too bad on tarmac and snow / ice. Wet tree roots and wet rocks are the only worry.
I would only consider putting this on the back on dry surfaces.
Doesn't puncture easily but when it does it's hard to remove from the wheel.
After 2 years the tread is pretty chewed up but the performance is still OK.
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