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Michelin Dynamic Sport Tire

67 customer reviews
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Price: $12.97 - $64.66
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  • Simply a tough, durably efficient, no nonesense tire. It's the smart choice for everyday riding
  • Lightweight skinwalls, with casing plies surrounded by a thin coat of rubber
  • 30 TPI
  • 290g/ tire
  • Wire Bead

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Michelin Dynamic Sport Tire + Michelin Airstop 700c x 25-32mm 40mm Presta Valve Tube
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Product Description

Tried and true. This durable road bike tire is great for everyday riding. It's tough, efficient, and we're selling it for super cheap. Wire bead Lightweight skinwalls shed weight and improve ride quality

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B007XRAZ0I
  • Item model number: MDST-P
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,239 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Joseph on June 20, 2013
Size: 700 X 23Color: Black Verified Purchase
These tires are very interesting. The amazon photo shows some kind of treat, but they came as slicks. I got the black/black ones and I thought that the lack of tread would affect their road handling on wet pavement - but that was not the case. After about 1500 miles on these tires I changed them for gatorskins - there was nothing wrong with them, but I needed to install them on my GF's bike.

Comparing these to gatorskins is not fair for either tire. I actually like the Michelins more - they are a much faster tire and they held up very well against the terrible roads we have in MN. I had only one flat last season and that was from a gnarly puncture that left a small bolt sticking out of my rear tire. All that was required was to replace the tube and I did several hundred miles of riding after that with no problems. The only drawback is that they do look a little used by the end of the season - they still have a good deal of rubber left, but its just a visual thing.

Installing these is very normal for road tires - a herculean effort is not required. Just do it right. Also replace your rim-tape when installing new tires as I would expect most of the complaints of flats are from that (in general). Wet traction was not ideal, I have a few rear skids when biking in the rain, but be sensible - which tires are good for wet?

They are at a very good price compared to the competition.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ed A. Schummer on November 14, 2012
Size: 700 x 23c 700cx23 700x23Color: White Verified Purchase
This is by far the worst tire I have ever had to work with. For one, the inside diameter is about 4 or 5mm too small, making mounting a royal PITA. Then, as you try to lever it over the rim with the tire lever (I broke two in the process), the inside of the tire starts to shred pieces of rubber right off the bead, leaving you wondering if this is not some cheap Southeast Asian knock-off. To top it all off, the actual cross section of the tire is so small that it barely comes over the top of the rim when mounted and inflated. Luckily the vendor (through Amazon) has a fair return policy and I was able to return this for a refund, but I wonder if Michelin is aware of these unbelievable shortcomings. I should add that I have been using Michelin tires for years (perhaps decades), both on my cars and my bikes, and have never come across anything so blatantly bad. I currently have Michelin Krylion carbon's and Lithion 2's on my other bikes and am very happy with them.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By dhickerson on April 29, 2013
Size: 700 X 23Color: Black Verified Purchase
I got the 700x23 because I wanted to test a smaller size on my 700x25 spec rims without spending a lot to see if the narrower tire would be a problem. They worked great! But you have to take road slicks for what they are: thin strips of rubber and belting with no forgiveness for nails, tacks, glass, sheet metal, and car parts. I was getting a flat a week on road slicks (other brands) until I learned that, unless you ride on a closed course, you have to use a tire liner with road slicks (I have used both the Tuffy and Slime models with ZERO flats in two years); there is something about the physics of a secondary layer that is more resistant to flats than a single thicker layer. At any rate, I had recently increased to 17 mph average on some moderately treaded tires I was testing out for semi-off road use. On the next ride after putting these back on, I averaged almost 18 MPH on the same ride (20 mile hilly round trip road commute to work). Some have said they "wouldn't ride these for racing" -- I say, why not? Like I said, I bought these to see if smaller tires would work without spending a lot before upgrading to a more expensive smaller tire. I think I'll just leave these on for a few years.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By JS on November 5, 2013
Size: 700 X 23Color: Black Verified Purchase
This tire is for paved surfaces. it consistently lasts 2,500 miles on
smooth to medium course roads. The price is fair.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By juju on July 28, 2012
I bought a set of these for my hybrid bike. I ride it on the paved river bike paths in Los Angeles/OC. 80%-90% of these surfaces are nice and smooth, but the other 10%-20% has done these tires in after 500km of riding. The tires feel great, they are fast and velvety...During my 50KM Saturday bike ride, while resting for the return leg I was looking my tires over...they have several lacerations all over them, that didn't inspire much confidence for the return leg of my trip. The tires surfaces aren't worn, but they definitely show the signs of use...checks from rocks and expansion joints and what not. I really like the way the tires feel...but I'm not sure I want to put them on again...The dilemma is that a more urban oriented tire would be heavier, and probably feel clunkly...like a 15 passenger van, instead of a sports car (like the Dynamic Sports).
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Trevor M. Vander on August 25, 2012
Size: 700 cm X 28/32Color: Black/White Verified Purchase
Got these due to the decent price and high reviews, recommending them as they Look GREAT on the bike, I have a white and red bike so the whitewall and Michelin spelled out makes the bike pop a little bit more. For riding, I went with these tires and the Slime tubes, the slime tubes don't let me get as much PSI as I want but these tires have not picked anything up yet, I check them after every ride. I'm 225 and ride with a good 15lb backpack and they are doing great, about 80-90 miles on them so far which my stock tire and tube setup made it about 8 miles...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By rkrueger on November 8, 2012
Size: 700 X 23Color: Black Verified Purchase
These are some pretty good tires. They went on easy and they grip pretty well. I ride on a college campus so it's very common for me to have to do panic stops and these hold grip pretty well on dry pavement. I haven't had to ride on wet roads yet but when these eventually slide on dry pavement it's predictable and not dramatic, which is good. I have made quite a few panic stops on these and haven't had any problems at all. I did not think they were going to be slicks so I'll have to be pretty careful in the rain but overall very good tires so far.
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