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MICHELIN Launches Two NEW Trail and All-Mountain Tyres

The MICHELIN WILD AM2 has been designed for mixed to softer terrain where its more aggressive tread pattern ensures high levels of grip, but with a reduced focus on rolling efficiency. Tall centre blocks are inspired by those found on the MICHELIN DH34 tyre and offer a maximum ground penetration during braking for good stability and transfer of braking forces in soft conditions. The shoulder blocks are again inspired by the MICHELIN DH22 but are modified to increase bite in soft conditions for increased grip, stability and progressive handling in these difficult conditions.

Michelin Wild Am2 MTB Tyres

Michelin Wild AM2

Michelin Force Am2 MTB Tyres

Michelin Force AM2

The rubber compounds and casings of both tyres were previously tested in top-level Enduro racing and have been designed to offer the optimal balance between grip, rolling efficiency, longevity, weight and damage resistance. The dual-compound GUM-X Technology features a harder centre area for optimum rolling efficiency and tyre life, combined with softer rubber on the shoulders for cornering grip. The Gravity Shield Technology casing uses a bead-to-bead high-density fibre for increased resistance to impact damage, sidewall cuts and punctures, coupled with a 3×60 TPI casing for stiffness and stability, while still maintaining good comfort levels.

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Performance and fitment

The two tyres can be mixed and fitted in front or rear positions are shown below to suit various conditions, rider preferences and riding styles.

Range line-up and key data

TyreSizeWeight (g)SRP £
MICHELIN Force AM227.5×2.40 (61-584)980£47.99
MICHELIN Force AM227.5×2.60 (66-584)1,070£49.99
MICHELIN Force AM229×2.40 (61-622)1,040£49.99
MICHELIN Force AM229×2.60 (66-622)1,130£54.99
MICHELIN Wild AM227.5×2.40 (61-584)980£52.99
MICHELIN Wild AM227.5×2.60 (66-584)1,070£54.99
MICHELIN Wild AM229×2.40 (61-622)1,040£49.99
MICHELIN Wild AM229×2.60 (66-622)1,130£54.99


 From launch depending on stock levels

Check out the review of the Michelin Wild Enduro tyres that we did some time back and our first impressions of the Etnies Camber Crank with Michelin.

Let us know if you’ve tried Michelin tyres. What are your favourite MTB Tyres? Let us know in the comments below.

Will Brett-Atkin

Will Brett-Atkin

Will (@willbrettbikes) is the founder and creator of One Track Mind Mag. He is an award-winning Digital Product Designer and has worked with some of the biggest brands in the world. When not behind a computer screen Will likes to be out in nature riding natural trails with friends. He also likes to dabble in a bit of Enduro racing and has had some great results racing in the UK

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