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        MICHELIN Pilot Street Radial

        The radial revolution that leads to a more enjoyable ride

        MICHELIN Pilot Street Radial


        At last, there is a radial structure for 250 cc’s and over which combines good overall performance with optimal handleability over time². It comes out top of its category¹ for grip in the wet ensuring a safer ride and its sporty look is set to be a hit.

        • Radial technology available for 250 cc’s and over

          Radial architecture gives incomparable stability and handleability. The sidewalls and tread are independent and therefore have specific characteristics: the sidewalls are flexible and offer greater comfort at high speed by cushioning road surface deformation. The tread, which is in contact with the ground, enables the tire to grip the road. Its contact area is not as long as a bias tyre but wider and offers greater grip when cornering sharply on bends.

        • The best grip on wet roads in its category.¹

          The grip on wet roads has been recognized by the independent DEKRA Test Centre as being the best in its category¹. The 100% silica rubber compound makes all the difference on wet roads, an essential factor for sporty use in complete safety.

        • A tire that lasts

          Its excellent longevity² has been tested in Brazil by the independent organism, the MAUA Institute of Technology, in comparison with our competitors. The pressure in a radial tire contact area is more evenly distributed which means that wear is ultimately more uniform with longer lasting high performance.

        • An attractive, sporty look.

          A tire directly inspired by the Sport Touring radial ranges with a tread based on the MICHELIN Pilot Road 2 tire: give your bike a smart, sporty look!



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        Width Height Type Diameter M/C (Load / Speed Index) Inner Tube Letter
        70 R 17 M/C 54 H TL/TT


        Width Height Type Diameter M/C (Load / Speed Index) Inner Tube Letter
        70 R 17 M/C 62 H TL/TT
        70 R 17 M/C 66 H TL/TT



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          1 : Test conducted in September 2012 at the DEKRA test centre on wet surfaces comparing MICHELIN Pilot Street Radial tires vs Bridgestone Battlax BT92 Radial Bridgestone Battlax BT90 Radial tires in sizes 110/70 R17 54H - 140/70 R17 66H and Pirelli Sport Demon tires in sizes 110/70-17 54H - 140/70-17 66H. Results may vary depending on motorcycle type and operating conditions.

           2 : Tests conducted by MAUA Institute of Technology - São Paulo-Brésil between July and September 2012 comparing MICHELIN Pilot Street Radial tires in sizes 110/70 R17 54H - 140/70 R17 66H vs Pirelli Sport Demon tires in sizes 110/70-17 54H - 140/70-17 66H. Results may vary depending on motorcycle type and operating conditions.

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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.