Pure pleasure with no compromise: grip, handling and excellent braking including on wet surfaces.
Extra long life
Made with SBR (Styrene Butadiene Rubber technology), MICHELIN Pilot Power 3 tyres ensure maximum grip on dry and wet surfaces and last 20% longer than MICHELIN Pilot Power 2CT tyres.
Braking on wet surfaces
Tested on wet tarmac, MICHELIN Pilot Power 3 tyres have fantastic gripping properties on wet and damp surfaces for excellent confidence.
Grip and handling
Increased road contact for unstoppable grip and excellent feedback : that's the MICHELIN Pilot Power 3 tyres promise, one it delivers thanks to its tread profile and optimised rubber for Sport bikes and Roadsters.
Michelin Pilot Power 3 tyre review
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08.12.2014 from John Fletcher Mine is for track use only so cannot comment for the open road. However, I found the tyre nice and sticky and grip was excellent. So if it performs as good as this on the track then I have no doubt it would be equally as good on the road. No wet testing as I have other tyres specifically for the wet.
09.11.2014 from Simon anthony Excellent tyres
09.09.2014 from Bill Certainly made the bike turn in quicker,but never felt confident enough to scrub the chicken lines off the tyre edges,got about 4000 miles out of the tyre then it started to square off .
14.12.2013 from Tony This tyre is supposed to be a better alternative to a 2ct. Grip is terrible on cbr1000rr even after trying tyre Warmers to get heat into them
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