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        MICHELIN Anakee III

        All-new adventure touring tire

        MICHELIN Anakee III


        Performance that lasts mile after mile
        - New silica tread compound yields even more mileage compared to MICHELIN® Anakee® 2 tires
        - Innovative tread pattern inhibits irregular wear patterns, while evacuating water, dirt and mud

        Enhanced ride qualities
        - Tire architecture engineered for easy maneuverability and precise handling
        - Excellent stability and rider feedback, thanks to a new high-rigidity casing

        Excellent wet traction
        - Innovative silica tread compounds offer the best balance between grip and durability
        - Distinctive tread pattern pulls water away from the contact patch



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        Width Height Type Diameter M/C (Load / Speed Index) Inner Tube Letter
        90 - 19 M/C 57 H TL/TT
        80 R 19 M/C 59 V TL/TT
        70 R 19 M/C 60 V TL/TT
        90 - 21 M/C 54 S TL/TT


        Width Height Type Diameter M/C (Load / Speed Index) Inner Tube Letter
        90 - 17 M/C 64 S TL/TT
        80 R 17 M/C 65 H TL/TT
        80 R 17 M/C 69 H TL/TT
        70 R 17 M/C 69 V TL/TT
        60 R 17 M/C 72 V TL/TT



          Performances MICHELIN One


          • MICHELIN NST Near Slick Technology

            With less than 5% groove ratio (The ratio of grooves as a percentage of the tread surface area) it is close to a slick!

            The amount of rubber in contact with the ground is important for grip, allowing lean angles of up to 60°.

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          Michelin recommends its motorcycle and scooter tires for the models shown in the fitment guide. While every attempt has been made to make this list comprehensive, some makes and models have been omitted.  In most cases this is because Michelin does not offer any appropriate tires for a particular motorcycle, or the manufacturer does not offer the motorcycle for sale in North America. If MICHELIN® tires are available in replacement sizes for a motorcycle that is not listed in the fitment guide consult a Michelin Motorcycle Tire Dealer to confirm compatibility with your specific application.

          NOTE: By using the tire fitment guide, you acknowledge and accept that Michelin North America, Inc. (“Michelin”) is not responsible for any error or omission, nor for any damage or injury resulting from the choice of a recommended tire.  You also acknowledge that it is your responsibility to ensure that the recommended tires are compatible with the technical characteristics of the motorcycle on which they are mounted, including the motorcycle manufacturer’s recommendations.  Moreover, you fully release Michelin North America, Inc. from any liability whatsoever in relation to, or as a consequence of, possible damages resulting from the fitting of tires not recommended in this guide.  Michelin recommends the tire pressure specified by the motorcycle manufacturer, except where otherwise stated.

          IMPORTANT:  When tires with speed ratings lower than those supplied to the customer as original equipment are fitted, the speed capability of the vehicle is limited to the maximum speed rating of the replacement tires.