Michelin City Grip Rear Tire

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Michelin City Grip Rear Tire

Precise control in all weather conditions
  • Deep shoulder sipes maximize wet grip while slick center maintains solid rubber contact
  • For medium- to large-displacement scooters
Excellent mileage
  • Progressive tread pattern extends mileage performance
Reliable and reassuring handling and comfort
  • New compound, proven construction
  • Item # 28198
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What Other Riders Are Saying...

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Nice tire

Great handling , good wear 8k on my rear on Vespa300 GTS. Slight cupping until I upped the pressure to 42 psi.

Don - September 28, 2016

(Sunnyvale, CA)

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Worst tire

Only got 3000 miles on it and now I need to buy another one tread life sucks.

Mario - September 16, 2016

(el centro, CA)

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Michehlin Tire

I installed the tire a few weeks ago and so far it's been great. I would recommend it to a friend.

Fred - September 16, 2016

(Griffin, GA)

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Nice handling and reasonable wear

Nice tire, with great traction wet or dry, with reasonable wear - at 8k and still have tread. This is OEM replacement and staying with it.

Don - July 19, 2016

(Sunnyvale, CA)

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Great tire

I these on my Honda Big Ruckus and then took it on a 1200 mile trip. They performed great and were much more quiet than the original IRC tires.

Randy - July 1, 2016

(Pensacola, FL)

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Great tire

I switched over to these city grips last year using them on both front and rear. I ride an'03 Piaggio LT150. I just replaced the rear tire that went just over 4,000 miles. After break-in - about 2-300 miles- it is very smooth in cornering and traction and very stable at highway speeds. As to wet weather, it performs very well despite what the tread pattern looks like. A word of caution, once the main tread running area is gone it's best to replace it asap. I did not and it started to become less stable. I didn't know it was in unsafe condition until I took the scooter in for a tune-up and service and the service manager told me so!

Dave - December 16, 2015

(Shasta Lake, CA)

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I've sold tires for 8 years, Michelin hasn't changed : )

I ordered a pair for my 2015 Honda PCX, only took 320 miles lol, OEM tires later. I cannot believe on a darn scooter, what a difference in ride & handling they made. Tires / Rear shocks only gripes I have on this bike, Michelin's might have made the shocks bearable.

Bob - December 12, 2015

(Cincinnati, OH)

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Superb grip

SYM VTS 200 i love it because it has very good grip in wet or dry. When i take a low conner in wet or dry it gives me a wonderful feeling!

Diniy - December 5, 2015

(Gombak, OK)

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Works for me!

I'm on my third rear tire and getting ready for my second front. The combination of performance, durability and price is perfect for me. I get right around 10K on the rear tire and 20K on the front. Comparable with other tires I've used. I haven't noticed nearly as much uneven wear (cupping) as I have on other brands.

RC - October 22, 2015

(Tampa, FL)

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honda silverwing 600a

I have tried many different tires on the back of this scooter but none of them have ever lasted more than 6000 to 8000 miles it is not a simple job to change out this rear tire on this bike the city grip gives me the best distance and the best ride it does pretty goon in the wet and it always stays balanced so for the money i think you cant go wrong i wear the rear tire down so i can see the air inside and even in that bad of condition it rides good i use 2.5 tires per year i have never had a serious problem with this tire

gene - October 22, 2015

(helotes, TX)

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Honda Silverwing no good mileage

I put this tire on my 2012 Silverwing. It wore out in under 4,000 miles. I took it on a last 500 mile round trip last weekend. The tire went completely bald by the time I got there. I road back home praying that it didn't blow out on me on my way home. On traction it was good both wet and dry. At high speeds it was stable and in cornering it was also good. I have been riding motorcycles for over 35 years and never got so little miles out of a tire.

Frank - June 3, 2015

(Whitestone, NY)

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Love Michelin

Michelin City Grip is a great all purpose tire, and from Motorcycle Superstore it's a great deal. Will definitely order next time I need a new tire (front or rear). Fast delivery and a superior product.

Chris - April 13, 2015

(Brooklet, GA)

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Will not buy again

The stock Bridgestones made 20K in front and 12K in the rear. The CITY GRIP made only 4K in the rear. Otherwise they handle good. Not a good buy on my book.

slavy - February 24, 2015

(Phoenix, AZ)

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City Grip Rear Tire

Had this tire installed today. I did notice a difference in the way it performed. It absorbs bumps quite a bit better than my old IRC 560's that came on my Honda PCX. Cornering is improved as well. I was able to take a long sweeping turn without applying my brakes. Had to lean over quite a bit, but other than that, very good performing tire.

Erik - February 11, 2015

(Kelseyville, CA)

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Michelin City Series.

I have the Michelin series on my Piaggio MP3 500. I have nearly 19k miles on the bike, and have averaged something over 6k on the previous two. Great tires in rain - and not too shabby in the snow I got caught in. Try to avoid riding in heavy rain, but the one or two times I have been caught out in the heavy stuff, the city series have performed very well.

Jerry - January 8, 2015

(Liberty, IL)