Scooter Tyres

For your scooter journeys in the city, Michelin suggests its MICHELIN City Grip, MICHELIN Pilot 4 Scooter or MICHELIN Pilot Power 3 Scooter tyres. However you choose to use them, Michelin's specially designed scooter range guarantees safe and enjoyable riding.

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Your choice for a safe ride, whatever the weather conditions !

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The first scooter tyres with sipes, MICHELIN City Grip are THE go-to tyres* chosen by most major scooter manufacturers.

*70 approvals. Michelin is the market leader for scooters in Europe.

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Don't compromise on pleasure with this Sport tyre for maxi-scooters: 
giving grip, handling and a sporty design.

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The legendary Vespa PX tyre! A retro design coupled with modern performance.

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A retro-style "9 inch" tyre for city scooters.

Retro look

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THE versatile radial tyres for maxi-scooters. Providing exemplary handling and stability even when heavily loaded 

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First quality scooter tyre incorporating MICHELIN Two Compound technology (2CT) for greater grip and sports performance.

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Designed for small-engine motorcycles, MICHELIN Pilot Street tyres are perfect for everyday use in the city.

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Extremely robust MICHELIN City Pro tyres provide great puncture resistance in any condition and are long-lasting too.

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A sporty look and ride for BW’s, Typhoons, and other Speedfight models.

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The budget tyre for urban scooters: a polished look 
without compromising performance!

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With its fun look and knobby treads, the MICHELIN Reggae is made for scooters on the move!

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MICHELIN City Grip Pro – The puncture resistant tyre

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The urban tyre for small-cylinder engines provides and resistance grip, even on dirt roads.

Legal mentions

The sizes and/or speed ratings listed may vary slightly from the specified OE size shown on the vehicle placard. Your local Tyre Dealer, as a trained professional, will provide the required assistance to install the tyre listed by: 

 

  1. Notifying the owner if the replacement tyres are different in speed rating than the OE tyres and the maximum speed capability of the vehicle is limited to the lower speed rated tyres. 

  2. Determine if any inflation pressure adjustments are necessary with the alternate listed size.