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One for the Smart Ride

Published: 23rd January 2016 10:00 PM  |   Last Updated: 22nd January 2016 12:23 AM   |  A+A-

The world’s leading tyre manufacturer, Michelin, has launched two radial two-wheel tyres in India—Pilot Road 4 and Pilot Power 3. The new products are designed for 600cc and above superbikes, and can also be used for a range of super-sport motorcycle models used on the roads and tracks.

Designed to deliver maximum safety in all conditions along with durability, these two product ranges push boundaries of braking and performance. Pilot Road 4 delivers enhanced safety in all situations and an extended tyre life. It also features XST+ technology, specially designed for outstanding wet weather braking. It helps the tyre stop faster on wet pavements and slippery surfaces.

tyre.jpgThe new range also has the 2CT technology with 100 per cent silica compounds for optimum balance between grip and longevity.

Pilot Power 3, on the other hand, is designed for roadsters and sport motorbikes. Primarily intended for road use, the new tyre can also deliver an exciting ride on the track.

Developed with a combination of 2CT and 2CT+ technology, it offers more stability when cornering, especially under strong acceleration.

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