MICHELIN Power Slick Evo Race Motorcycle Tires

Racers Buy Their MICHELIN Tires from MOTORACE

MICHELIN Power Slick Evo Race Motorcycle Tire

$195.00$265.00

MICHELIN Power Slick Evo Motorcycle Tires
Championship tire for the weekend racer
MICHELIN created the Power Slick Evo motorcycle tire based on their European championship winning tires.

For 100% performance track use
Experienced racers run Power Slick Evo tires for quick lap times.

Versatile single compound tire
Both front and rear motorcycle tires grip the track with outstanding traction in all conditions. The flexible carcass at the front and the MICHELIN Adaptive Casing Technology (ACT) at the rear make adjustments easy and handling effortless.

Description

MICHELIN Power Slick Ultimate
MICHELIN created the Power Slick Ultimate for experienced motorcycle racers who want fast warm up, superior performance and quick lap times.
Power Slick Ultimate motorcycle racing tires are available. Please call us at 800-628-4040 for details.

We know a lot about Mitas motorcycle racing tires, because we started selling and distributing their motorcycle tires more than 20 years ago. That is why adventure riders buy their Mitas Dual Sport motorcycle tires online from us. Our customers receive fast free* shipping direct from our own warehouse. When they ask for help, they know they get our best seasoned advice learned over many years working with quality European brand motorcycle tires.

May We Help with Your Motorcycle Tires?
Please call or email our pros at MOTORACE:
Call 800-628-4040
Email motorace@motorace.com

Do you race at the Loudon Road Race Series (LRRS)?
Order your motorcycle tires from us, because we will deliver and mount them at the track on race day. MICHELIN selected us, MOTORACE, to be their authorized trackside service provider for LRRS. MOTORACE's professional, Sto, will be there to help you with your MICHELIN motorcycle race tires.

*We can only provide free shipping to addresses in the 48 adjoining U.S. states on the North American continent.

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