THE NEW ANGEL™ CITY DERIVES FROM THE WELL-KNOWN AND TEST WINNER ANGEL™ GT
The new Angel™ CiTy is directly derived from the well-known and test winner Angel™ GT. Technology and tread pattern design have been reviewed and adapted to smaller displacement bikes, with a X-Ply construction and dedicated materials
The new tyre addresses the needs of sporty bikes and scooter up to 300cc, “underbones” and other commuting bike
The robust tyre construction ensures high puncture resistance and performance consistency throughout the enTyre tyre life
The benefits of Angel™ CiTy are clearly perceived in any riding condition, especially on uneven road
The tread pattern guarantees optimal wear and improves water evacuation
Angel CiTy features a new compound mainly based on carbon black with a calibrated percentage of silica; it is able to deliver excellent grip on both dry and wet, tear resistance and mileage
Michelin Pilot Street Radial Tyres
The Michelin Pilot Street Radial brings the radial revolution to small and medium-size bikes!
Radial architecture that enables improved overall response and handling as well as unrivaled performance over the long term, compared with a same-size cross-ply Tyres. A 100% silica rubber compound that delivers the best wet grip in its category, for a safe, sporty ride. The Pilot Street Radial Tyres are derived directly from Michelin’s radial Sport Touring ranges and features tread borrowed from the Michelin Pilot Road 2, giving the motorcycle an attractive, sporty appearance.
The Pilot Street Radial features a slightly sharper profile to ensure excellent driving precision under normal riding conditions and a steeper shoulder for steering accuracy when camber angle increases.
Optimized groove tread pattern
Tread pattern designed to minimize uneven wear and maximize mileage while enhancing wet weather performance
Variable groove width along the tread pattern
High silica content for increased wet grip without sacrificing Tyres life
Precision handling with high level of rider feedback
Superior longevity compared to a primary bias-ply competitor