Mr Kinally Good value for high mileage riders.
Spanish Old Guy After thousands of Kms I can say its a good product
Mr Girvan I've been using these tyres for some time now and as a recreational cyclist find them grippy and hard wearing. This latest pair were at a really competive price from Merlin cycles. Fantastic.
Mr SMITHSON Best tyres I've used, good puncture proofing, hard wearing and good in wet.
Christian male Good price, good looking, good grip and don't cut up much
Mr huletsky After a flat on my MICHELIN PRO RACE 4 COURSE back tyre I decided to try the MICHELIN PRO 4 ENDURANCE, seem a bit harsher, but faster
Mr Rubie Tough tyre being used on a racing tandem. Rolls nicely, hard wearing.
Mr Breves Excellent tires, I started to use the old Michelin Krylion tires, they last about forever, I could ride then for more than a full year (more than 10.000Km) and they still have a lot of life to give.
Mr Routley Trustworthy and long lasting grip makes these a great choice.
Mr Willis Covered about 100 miles with this on the front so far. Seems like a decent quality tyre with no obvious marks despite covering some pretty sketchy roads. So far very pleased with the level of grip for a fairly hard compound tyre. Not as light as some but will hopefully wear well making up for any shortcomings
Dr Price Bought to replace a similar Pro 3 standard in 25 mm. I think for most riders 25 mm is the way to go, especially given the appalling nature of many UK roads. The pros seem to be moving over to them as well.
The previous none Endurance versions seemed to last a while can't vouch for these yet regarding lifespan.
Smooth, fast and comfortable ride. Must get some of those wide 23 mm rimmed wheels!
Mr Fear As the replacement for the Krylion Carbon, this tyre had big shoes to fill. Safe to say though, with improved grip and a lower weight, the endurance is the most versatile on the market. Although this is a non-treaded tyre, it handles excellently in the wet and copes with the demands of city riding perfectly. Close competitor is the Conti. Gatorskin however having ridden both, the Michelin out performs in terms of weight and longevity which is helped by the duel compound construction. Overall, if you,re after a tyre that can be used for commuting to racing, low rolling resistance and extremely durable, the Pro 4 Endurance is the one.
(90kg time-trialler, commuter, hill climber...)
Nickbud Excellent to ride when finally managed to fit them. Very tight!
Mr Stefanovic Easy to fit and hopefully go on for miles and miles :)