On sale these are a good buy. I get about 1500 miles on them. I make sure to rotate them at about 800 miles. They tend to start getting soft and susceptible to punchers around the 1500 mile mark. They probably could still be used for a few more miles but I tend to replace them as I don't want to hassle flats. At the price I don't mind just replacing to a new set.
These tires are on my commuteraround town bike. I have only put about 100 miles on them. So far I am very happy with the way they handle and rolling resistance. I feel pretty confident descending on damp roads, not sure about wet roads yet. I have more confidence in these compared to my previous tires- Rubino Pro Control. Although I loved the durability- 2 punctures over the winter months, I never felt confident in their handling. Not sure yet on the Pro 4's durability.
I ride 10-12 thousand miles a year . That's allot of tires ! These are the Best combination of Performance and Price . I tried just about everything including the new Michelin Power Endurance and ruined a pair at Twice the Cost in a week !
They might not specify but these are the Pro4 V2 tires. They're a bit more robust than the original tire!
I use these and the GP4000 interchangeably. I weigh about 220lbs and carry a rucksack with clothes and the tires hold up fine!
Trying to upgrade my 14 year old Giant road bicycle that i really like. I wanted a tire that was durable and improved the performance of the bicycle. The Michelin Pro4 Endurance fit the bill. I put these tires on my Cannondale CAAD 10 last year. Road the bike for the entire summer and Fall and never had a tire issue. First time that has ever happened. Great riding tire-very pleased. The only tire that I will buy in the future.
Endurance road rider 3-4 times a week for a total of 150 miles a week in fast paced group rides over differing terrains on farm to market asphaltconcrete and chip-seal roads
Bike tires for my Tri - bike and practice bike my area riding on ( bike lanes ) seams to catch a lot of trash the can mess up your ride so not a bad ideal to have a spare tube and co2 .
Replaced Schwalbe Lugano 700x25 tires on a new Cannondale Synapse with these Pro 4 Endurance 700x25's based on reviews hoping to improve ride quality. These tires along with a couple of other upgrades significantly enhanced the ride quality of my new bike. The tires themselves are smooth rolling and lend towards a very comfortable ride (inflating to 95psi front, 85psi rear - I weigh 130lbs). The tires also lend confidence in control by responding predictably and gripping well in corners like a good tire should. As for flat protection, time will tell. I ride on pretty good roads and haven't had a flat yet, haven't put a whole bunch of miles on them yet either. Overall, I am very pleased with my purchase.
Over the past few years, I've used these tires on multiple road bike with great all around results. I put close to 5000 miles on these tires on a number of occasions with out any major issue. I have found the ride quality for a tires at this price point to be exceptional.
Replaced the stock Felt tires that came with my IA14. These are fast and grippy. Have 250 mi on them so far and show no wear. Happy with the performance and the price, plus the blue sidewalls look great on the bike.