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Michelin Power One Motorcycle Tire

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Tubeless, dual-compound radial tire for track and performance street riding. Street-legal tire with “95% slick" tread pattern. Michelin’s newly developed rubber compounds improve warm-up time and grip in cooler temperatures. W-rated for speeds of 168+ mph.

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As good as you'd expect if not better!

By Rocketman

from Spartanburg, SC


  • Good Cornering
  • Good Ride


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      Comments about Michelin Power One Motorcycle Tire:

      Having used the entire Pilot Power range of tires, I was anxious to get these on the pavement. The absolute best tires I've ever pulled the throttle on. Having just mounted them a couple of weeks ago, I'm obviously not referring to longevity. But, honestly, I could not care less. I ride year 'round and all I want is a tire that will stick and these deliver with authority! Doesn't matter if its 30 or 75 degrees, wet or dry. Extremely neutral and confidence-inspiring, these tires warm up very quickly. I will definitely be using the Power Ones from here on, or at least until Michelin comes out with something better.

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      • Q:

        I need a rear tire for yamaha v max 15× 7 drag racing
        Asked on 1/21/2013 by Anonymous

        1 answer

      • Q:


        What compound do you carry?

        Power One A
        Power One B
        Power One C

        or all three compounds?
        Asked on 6/21/2012 by Owen from Chicago, IL

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          Thank you for your Question! you would need to call in to assist you with this matter.

          Answered on 7/3/2012 by Anonymous
      • Q:

        Power One Tires - Compund

        Which compound do you have in Power One's

        120/70ZR17 58W Power One B É..Med Soft
        120/70ZR17 58V Power One C É.. C+ Med
        120/70ZR17 58W Power OneÉÉÉMedium

        190/55ZR17 75W Power One A ÉÉ..Soft
        190/55ZR17 75W Power One B É. É.Med Soft
        190/55ZR17 75W Power One C É. Medium
        Asked on 12/28/2009 by JohnnyD

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          Thanks for your question! With the Michelin Power One Motorcycle Tire that your looking at we only will have the one option which would be the Med Soft for this particular tire, were not showing separate options in our Michelin Catalog for this tire here but if you do have manufacturer part numbers we can run those to see if we can get them.

          Answered on 12/29/2009 by SalesDepartment
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      Specifications and Options

      Brand Michelin
      Front / Rear Front
      Tire Size 120/70-17
      Rim Size 17
      Tube / Tubeless Tubeless
      Bias / Radial Radial
      Load Index 58
      Speed Rating W