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Michelin Country Rock Tire (Black, 26x1.75)

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  • Affordable hybrid, comfort and touring tires for 26" wheels
  • Great tire for a variety of riding conditions
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Michelin Country Rock Tire (Black, 26x1.75) + Avenir Regular Schrader Valve MTB Tube (26 x 1.50-1.75)
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Product Description

Michelin Country Rock 26" Tire

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 23.6 x 23.6 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Thailand
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. A separate shipping charge will also apply.
  • ASIN: B000TH8OJS
  • Item model number: 35-20-444
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,290 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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This tire is light, quiet, and has low rolling resistance.
B. Kahn
Perfect for getting around on paved or hard pack trails with dirt and sand on them as well as the city streets of Minneapolis.
eversmanstitch
I used these on a mountain bike that I use for touring -- they're great on and offroad.
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66 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Kohler on July 18, 2008
It's been a few months since I threw these on both my bike and my wife's. So far we've had no flats, and that includes a lot of curb-hopping, and riding on everything from gravel to urban streets to lawns (shhh, don't tell).

If the majority of your riding is on the asphalt and concrete these tires are a terrific way to improve your rolling resistance. They're a breeze on packed dirt, too. I also find them aesthetically pleasing; the tread looks nicer than some of the more expensive tires, and the logo treatment on the side walls is tasteful and timeless.

Just one word of warning; I read a review somewhere before purchasing these that they out rode some knobbies in gravel. I find this highly unlikely. My first week or so on these I came tearing into some gravel at a little bit of an angle and woah, boy, did that get my heart rate up.

Also, I can only give the tires four stars because, while I haven't had any flats, they offer no flat protection.

Overall this is a great, cheap way for you to speed up a mountain bike, and stave off those urges you get every time you stroll by that road cycle in the bike shop.

Don't think I didn't see you.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By glostah on January 21, 2009
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My daily ride involves riding on regular pavement, through muddy and rocky woods and across a beach, so I decided to try these in place of my regular nobby tires. I thought I was going to have problems with rougher parts of my ride, but was pleasantly surprised to find that these tires do really well in everything but the softest of beach sand [but that's what nobby's are for, right?]. They track very well even in pretty squishy mud.

I keep these tires inflated at a pretty high psi[~60lbs], and the improvement on the street riding is phenomenal! They've held up well under daily abuse - 12 miles a day, I'm ~215 lbs. -It's hard on the gear. If these were shoes, they'd be cross trainers.
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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful By spentonbargains on November 24, 2006
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I bought one of these tires as a replacement, and fell in
love with it - bought 3 more... the center tread rides
smooth, yet has some tread, and the lateral tread
widens out for rough terrain. I put tire liners and
presta valve tubes in, and its a great combination.

March 31, 2007... maybe not a five star...the tube started
bulging out the weak sidewall...then a blowout...replaced the
tube, now the same thing at 35 lbs. so I re-tucked in the
tire into the rim...will see what happens. Weak or "too flexible"
sidewalls?
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Daguscahonda on December 1, 2013
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Recently retired and at 65 years of age, I looked in the mirror and saw an old fat guy. The doctor told me that I would need to quadruple my dose of statin drugs to survive. Blood pressure was way high and I got out of breath just by talking for more than a minute.

Something had to be done. I went out into the garage and got my old mountain bike out, brushed the spiders off, pumped up the knobby tires and headed off to a lakeside trail to try to get into shape.

The 7.5 mile lakeside trail is wooded and fully paved with gentle hills, sharp curves and view of the sailboats on the lake where the trail breaks out of the woods.

The first couple of times I was there, it took me two hours just to ride one way - and then I had to ride back. I had to stop and rest at least four times when going each way.

The knobby tires on the bike made it feel like I was riding through deep sand even if pumped to 50 psi. I needed something better and without knobs.

I did some research to see what size tires would fit my bike. Just because you have a 26 inch rim, that doesn't mean that any old 26 inch tire will fit. It has something to do with metric versus English dimensions.

I checked out the various bike sites on the net and I checked the reviews on Amazon. There are many manufacturers of bike tires but I had always had good luck with Michelin tires on my cars so opted for the Country Rock tires. Since I was riding to get into better shape, I also ordered a bike speedometer thing that kept track of elapsed time as well as speed.

As is normal, my tires arrived from Amazon in two days. I installed them and the speedometer, blew 50 psi into the valves and again headed out to the trail on the lake.

The change was immediately noticeable.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Gestures are all I have on March 28, 2010
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I like most everything about these tires. The look great, roll extremely smoothly, and even have much more traction than I would expect on trails. The one issue is the tread pattern seems to pick up glass shards and force them into the tire. After an 80 mile ride with three flats, I opted for some Slime tubes. Problem solved. Since then, I've had two glass shards that become apparent when the green Slime started spitting out of the tire. Stop, pull out the glass shard and problem solved - the Slime tubes do their thing and I continue riding.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Thomas L. Prentice on February 25, 2010
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These tires reminde me of the stock tires that came on enduro type motorcycles of the 70's wich were known to be not as good on the street as street tires and not as good off road as dirt tires.
They are light and they do seem to roll pretty good on the street, the tread will instantly fill with mud in the soft stuff. I bought these to replace a set of stock chen shin tires on a 93 mongoose alta that came with aggressive tread and 2.10 width.
I was expecting a huge differance, It didnt happen! Turned out the mongoose tires were also very light with low rolling resistance and were more capable of off roading.
The country rock tires are a good tire and they look more expensive then they are,but dont expect miracles from them.
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