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The history of Michelin's involvement in off road racing and the long history of the S12 dirt bike tire makes for a competition-ready tire that you can trust to get you to the finish line.
The Michelin S12 tire was strictly designed for traction in soft terrain; the newest S12 tire takes it a step further and improved the durability in conjunction with better grip.
The reformulated rubber mixture on the S12 improves durability by at least 25% from previous Michelin tires.
A championship tire needs to transmit feedback efficiently and Michelin improved this on the S12 with a redesigned casing by adding a ply and adding thickness to the sidewalls in the bead area.
Maintaining the proven tread pattern was exactly what Michelin did with the S12 tire; the shoulder pattern promotes cornering stability, while the tall, narrow knobs on the S12 provide great penetration into muddy conditions.
To boost rear wheel traction on the S12 rear tire, Michelin redesigned the casing.
Michelin Sizing Conversion:
Michelin has their own proprietary method for measuring their off-road XC tires: The width of Cross tires is measured at the level of the base of the tread blocks, while for Enduro tires, it is measured by the overall dimension, that is to say at the widest point which is the top of the tread blocks. Since this may confuse customers who ordered based on their fitment but received a tire which appears to be incorrectly sized, the chart below has been provided. It converts from standard sizing (as purchased) to Michelin's sizes (written on tire sidewalls).
Conventional size 80/100-21 = Michelin size of 90/90-21.
Conventional size 100/90-19 = Michelin size of 120/80-19.
Conventional size 110/90-19 = Michelin size of 130/70-19.
Conventional size 100/100-18 = Michelin size of 120/90-18.
Conventional size 110/100-18 = Michelin size of 130/80-18.
Conventional size 120/90-18 = Michelin size of 140/80-18.