Why should you choose Michelin Anakee Wild tyres? | Enduro Tyres

Spotlight on: Anakee Wild tyres

The Michelin Anakee Wild tyres range is a popular choice for riders who require a dual purpose tyre that is suitable for on and off road riding. The range is well developed and versatile enough to cope with many terrains, which makes Anakee Wild tyres a firm favorite for big bike adventure riders.

What can I expect from the Michelin Anakee Wild tyres?

The Anakee Wild range is suited to extreme adventure riders, and for those of you with heavier bikes. The tyre has a number of features making it a great choice for 50% on and 50% off-road use. If you ride using these tyres you can expect to notice;

  • Reduced mud clogging due to the teeth line either side of the blocks.
  • Increased stability is noticeable down to the radial technology found in the tyres.  
  • Precise handling because of the innovative tread pattern.

“This is not a racers tyre, the Michelin Anakee Wild range is perfect for riders who are seeking adventure either solo or with a passenger!”

Which Anakee tyres can I purchase from Enduro Tyres?

Enduro Tyres stock the complete range of the Michelin Anakee Wild tyres, ranging in price from £62 to £115, the Anakee Wild tyres are very long lasting. This is due to the optimal tread depth, making them extremely resistant to damage whilst off road.  

I have a lighter trail bike, and tend to do more than trail riding with limited tarmac mileage. What would you recommend instead of the Anakee Wild range?

We suggest you go with the new 2018 Enduro tyre range, it is a tried and tested option that is geared for off road whilst still road legal   Take a look at the Enduro 2018 page for more information on this range.

To purchase the Michelin Anakee Wild range, head over to the dedicated Michelin Anakee Wild page for more information on the tyres.

If you have any questions about this range and other ranges we stock, please do not hesitate to contact one of our team on 01980 65 55 55 or email us via our contact page here.