Michelin Power All Season review

The Michelin Power All Season tyres are designed to be grippy on slippery, dirty or wet surfaces – we put them through a few sticky situations

Michelin Power All Season
Cycling Weekly Verdict

The Michelin Power All Season tyres are not the fastest or lightest four-season rubber out there, but grip is superb and puncture protection seems great too.

Reasons to buy
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    Excellent grip

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    Robust construction

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    Good puncture protection

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Reasons to avoid
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    Heavier than its rivals

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    Lacking a bit of zip

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For the Michelin Power All Season the French tyre giant claims 15 per cent more grip, 20 per cent more puncture protection and a saving of five watts at 45kph, or 20 seconds over 40km, compared to its predecessor the Michelin Pro4 Grip.

The extra grip comes via a new generation ‘Hi Grip’ tread pattern and a new compound called ‘Grip Compound’, while the amped up puncture resistance is down to a new Amamid Protek+ belt.

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