Michelin Enduro Xtrem – Rear
The Michelin Enduro Xtrem rear is a game-changer in Extreme Enduro and is far more than just a “simple soft compound” tyre. It’s been developed by Michelin with the following riders:
- Graham Jarvis (Husqvarna)
- Billy Bolt (Husqvarna)
- Alfredo Gomez (Husqvarna)
- Manuel Lettenbichler (KTM)
- Mario Roman (Sherco)
- Wade Young (Sherco)
The results speak for themselves with top 5 places at Erzberg and top 3 places at the Sea to Sky in 2019 all using this tyre. If you are serious about Extreme riding you can’t afford not to use it.
This tyre will be ideal if you:
- Take part in Extreme Enduro competitions
- Want the exact tyre used by the Husqvarna Factory team
- Like to test your limits
Michelin have spent hours developing the Enduro Xtrem tyre, which works best with the Michelin Bib Mousse and will last whilst providing fantastic grip even when worn.
Take a look at the technical information and benefits of the Michelin Xtrem below or learn more here.
Buy online from the UKs leading Michelin off road specialist, Endurotyres today and get next day delivery as standard. Ride like the pros with the Michelin Xtrem.
Note: The Michelin Enduro Xtrem is only available as a rear tyre and should be paired with the Michelin Medium 90/100-21 or Enduro Medium 90/90-21.
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Benefits of the Michelin Enduro Xtrem include:
- Insane rubber compound to ensure excellent grip for climbing, jumping and braking
- Great polyvalence thanks to the unique tread pattern
- Exceptional performance off road on wet and dry terrains
- Not road legal
- Only available as a rear tyre
- FIM approved
- To be paired with the 90/100-21 or 90/90-21 Enduro Medium
- For extreme riding
Please note, due to the super soft compound of the tyre, it may only last 1 or 2 races, but this will be justified by the excelled performance.
FAQs about the Michelin Xtrem
Q: Why is Michelin Xtrem priced considerably higher?
A: Due to the incredibly technical compound of the tyre and the lower numbers produced, it’s priced higher than its sister tyre, the Michelin Medium at £99.64 + delivery.
Q. So, how can a non road legal tyre like the new Michelin Enduro Xtrem be FIM compliant when all FIM approved tyres are supposed to be road legal?
A: Well, the answer is that the tyre conforms to the FIM specifications on 13mm tread block height when new, but FIM guidelines do actually allow that if the competition does not include any public road open to members of the public then there is no need for road legality. The key point is the maximum 13mm tread block height when new. This is why the FIM have had no issues with approving brands super soft extreme tyres, all of which are NHS non road legal tyres, even for international extreme events. Just be aware that if your enduro event includes a section of open public road such as a UK BEC rounds, then, your bike and your tyres must be road legal and so the Enduro Medium remains the best tyre for you. Obviously the Xtrem is super soft so should not be used in any situation that includes road/fire road work.
Be like the pros… buy the Michelin Enduro Xtrem.