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Michelin has launched a new Summer Tire Rebate Program that includes most of their tire catalog. Promotion dates 7/17/2020 8/17/2020 and Submission deadline 9/17/2020. This promotion is supported by Michelin directly.
Eligible products Michelin Motorcycle and Scooter tires.
Tier Format Four tiers and the corresponding reward card payout below:
The Michelin Pilot Power 2ct is a dual compound performance tire that performs well on the street or on the race track for track days. Proper tire pressure is key for both performance and tire life. We have included a tire pressure reference below for both the street and race track that have been known to work well. If you choose to tune your tire pressures to your riding style it is best practice to begin with the street pressures the manufacturer of your bike suggest and adjust according to your riding style as needed. For long rides or prolonged high speed operation street pressures are recommended. Tire pressure adjustment is done at your own risk.
Still not convinced that Pilot Power is for you? Well, now there's a dual-compound version, a direct descendant of our MotoGP technology. With a softer rubber mix on the shoulders, the new Pilot Power 2CT will satisfy even the most demanding sport riders. Want to carve corners at extreme lean angles? Do you feel like you've found the limit with your current tires? Does your new literbike have more power than your tires can use? If so, then it's time to switch to the new Pilot Power 2CT.
2-Compound Technology divides the tread into different sections, each occupied by a different rubber compound intended to perform a specific function.
On Michelin Pilot Power 2CT tires, the center of the tread is capable of withstanding high speeds, sudden acceleration and braking, and other demanding riding conditions. The outer edges of the tread come into use at maximum lean angles. Their rubber compound is 20% softer than the center tread, to provide optimal grip at lower speeds and thus delivering outstanding traction when cornering.
* 22% on the rear tire. **Source: Michelin Research and Development Center