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The world's first dual-compound scooter tire. Center tread compound is formulated for durability for longer tread life while the shoulder tread compound is formulated for greater adhesion to the road in wet or dry conditions.
Smooth area in the center of the contact patch resists wear
Tread design is inspired by racing rain tires
Optimized tread design helps maintain consistent profile over the life of the tire
Some sizes feature a reinforced sidewall for heavier scooters
Power Pure SC tires are Bias Ply unless otherwise noted (e.g. 120/70R15 56H is a Radial Tire)
great tires for a Grom
Have ~900 mi on them so far and they are really grippy on dry roads. I haven't gotten very aggressive on them yet, but they corner pretty well and ride great.
October 22, 2014
Quiet tires on '04 Honda reflex scoot
Did not go with the Bridgestone Hoop as manual stated. These Michelin have newer technology with sticker sides and firmer center (sounds like a chocolate bar) and I have had good experience with the Michelin brand on motorcycles. To date they have performed well but, with only 200 miles so far, not had the rain and wet roads yet here in the Pacific NW.
September 1, 2014
Power Pure a good fit for a Vespa GT
I am now on my third Michelin Power Pure rear tire on my Vespa GT. I went with the 140/70/12 for the second time as the added diameter helps the top speed on my GT. The last tire was purchased to add in the top speed as I ran the Scooter Cannonball Run from Hyder, Alaska to New Orleans. I found that, where my GT and most others top out at around 72 to 74 mph, I was able to run consistently at 76 to 78 mph with downhill blasts up to 85 mph (all GPS). I was running in first place when my variator and two belts failed in Arkansas, but it was a very fun ride. I got over 5000 miles out of that tire even though the long days eat tires easily.
September 1, 2014
Best tire for the money
I put about 20,000 miles a year on my scooter and the Power Pure are the ones that last the longest. I can get over 9000 miles on a back tire and the front tire twice as long.
May 12, 2014
Awesome tire! Be careful in the wet.
I bought these tires a few months ago, when it was sunny and warm, and it increased my corner speeds and lean angles, and inspired me a whole lot of confidence I didn't have riding my scooter fast. Then came the first rains, and that confidence almost got me elbow first into the hard tarmac. The wet grip is better than average, but don't expect them to behave as well as on dry nor be as good as proper rain tires.
Bottom line: makes you feel like Valentino in the dry, but you'll have to be careful on the wet.
February 17, 2014
great tire great price
absolutely love this tire. it has good feedback on the track and is good and sticky with the right pressures. I have the full size on my Duc and both my minis run these sc version.
April 2, 2013
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Esteban G: I've always been a fan of Michelin. And the Power Pures were awesome on my big bike. I was glad to see them available for the Grom. And the stock Grom tires are poo.Oct 5, 2014
James K: Great review and great company.Sep 14, 2014
Steve R: Best price over MC Superstore, Amazon and Ebay. I have OEM Bridgestone Hoops on 2007 AN 400 that flat spot. Wanted to try these.May 4, 2014
LESLIE D: The price was the lowest that I 've found on the net. in the past 3 days.and I know you have good quality in merchandise. I will be back for my front tire. Well I've come back for my front tier.like I said before, the best prices thus far and I will be back.Apr 22, 2014
Frfank F: Recommended on Aprilia forum, plus Michelin's reputation.Apr 7, 2014
Michael W: These are the best tires available in this size with their dual compound the grip is amazing.Nov 8, 2013
Jesee M: its not chinese hard ass rubber. GREAT GRIP! Corning curves like hell on my 150cc scooter!Aug 10, 2013
A shopper asked:I bought my scooter used how do I know if the front tire needs to be replaced?Aug 12, 2014
Rick S:The two things I'd look at are tread depth and the condition of the sidewalls. Tread depth should be fairly obvious - just compare it to a new tire if you're uncertain how it should look. If the tire has been on the scooter for a long time but not ridden much, the tread might be okay but there could be cracking on the sidewalls. It will be obvious when you look. If it looks old, replace it. Or to be on the safe side, go ahead and replace both tires if you're at all uncertain. It's a relatively cheap fix for something that's crucial to your safety.Aug 12, 2014
Mats B:Most tires have tread-wear indicators built into them. These bars of hard rubber are normally invisible but appear across treads that have been worn down to 1/16th of an inch of the surface of the tire (the legal limit in most states). If these indicators appear in two or three different places, less than 120 degrees apart on the circumference of the tire, replace the tire. Or if you see excessive dry cracks in the rubber, it would be a good idea to change them, scooter tiers are fairly inexpensive and not worth taking a chance having a blow out,Aug 15, 2014
Tom L:Regardless what you ride or drive, be it a motorcycle, a scooter, or even a car, all tires have a shelf life of around 7 years. Around this time the rubber compounds become dry and hard, therefore lose some of it's ability to grip the road. For safety reason, change your tires even if there's still tread left, if you know they are 7 years or older.Aug 12, 2014
I own a Kymco Downtown 300i, and i'm currently looking for the best tire for Dry/Wet conditions you can recommend, but also a tire I can trust on speeds around 85mph. I wonder if this tire (Michelin Power Pure) will fulfill my needs, and also handle the weight of a touring maxiscooter packed-up with luggage. Is this the right tire?
James H:I have about 900 mi on the set so far on a Honda Grom. I have no experience with them in wet conditions, but for dry sport-ish tires, they are great on my Grom. It tops out around 60-65pm, and the tires run great up to those speeds. I would think for 85mph you might want some balancing beads in them or some way to balance the tires for a smooth ride. I use them mostly for sporty riding on my Grom and have not carried any extra weight or dealt with any wet roads yet. Hope that helps some.Oct 22, 2014