Posted on March 17, 2021

New MICHELIN BMX Racing Line Tires

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  • The MICHELIN® Pilot SX tire and the MICHELIN Pilot SX Slick tire are available April 2021
  • These innovative new tires are designed to deliver ultimate performance for competitive and leisure riders

GREENVILLE, S.C., March 17, 2021Michelin launched the MICHELIN Pilot SX tire and the MICHELIN Pilot SX Slick tire, two new BMX tires in its racing line. These tires are designed for BMX riders who compete at the highest level and leisure riders who want ultimate performance.

“Using rubber compounds sourced from Michelin competition road bike tires, the MICHELIN Pilot SX tire features a tread pattern intended for racing on soft tracks or in cooler temperatures,” said Jennifer Toby, bicycle key account manager for Michelin North America. “The MICHELIN Pilot SX Slick tire includes a distinct and shallow tread pattern suitable for racing on hard tracks or in warmer temperatures.”

The MICHELIN Pilot SX Slick tire weighs 300 grams and features central tread and side blocks to help maintain momentum. The MICHELIN Pilot SX tire, which weighs 330 grams, was designed for extra grip while cornering, particularly on hard-packed or dusty terrain.

While all Michelin Tubeless Ready (TLR) bicycle tires can be used with inner tubes, the BMX Racing Line is TLR to reduce weight and improve rolling efficiency. Both models feature a robust three-layer 60 TPI casing to reduce damage, improve durability and accommodate tire pressures of up to five bars.

Beginning in April, the MICHELIN Pilot SX tire and the MICHELIN Pilot SX Slick tire will be available in 20x1.70 fitments.




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King BMX Stunt Show | March 22, 2022 @ 7:30AM
Would like to talk to you about using these tires in our shows.

Alejandro Ruelas | September 10, 2021 @ 10:25PM
When will you design a tire 20x1.75 - 20x1.95 just for riding on pavement and concrete. No tricks may be jumps as high as 2-3 feet you know clearing the occasional curb or pot holes or jumping off of 5 step stairs. Looking for some thing that is concentrated for speed and turning corners on pavement and concrete (like a road frame tire). I don’t do track anymore but I still ride my BMX frame avidly. Tire would like to be like a road frame tire. Something that will grip the road at high speed when taking turns (cornering) but also maximizes straight away speed. But it has to hold up against the occasional bunny hop ect over curbs or pot holes. This tire is straight for exercising.

Eddie | July 8, 2021 @ 10:18PM
Don’t have a comment section if you guys are not going to interact with us.

Jason Deming | June 30, 2021 @ 12:32AM
I’ve purchased the 1.7 sx slick. The tire OD is just to small for an adult rider. Need 1.75 or 1.8.

Keith Backs | June 18, 2021 @ 10:58PM
Yup, bring on some 24 x 2.0!!

Hugo Soriano | May 6, 2021 @ 4:21PM
Will there be a 20x1.75 and a 20x1.85 available? If so where can I purchase

Eddie C | April 12, 2021 @ 9:59PM
Will 24” tires be made?

Michael | April 11, 2021 @ 2:56PM
When will such be available?

homer croom, coastal bike supply | April 10, 2021 @ 1:52PM
what distributors are going to carry bmx tires ? when will they be shipping them out?

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About Michelin North America

Michelin, the leading mobility company, is working with tires, around tires and beyond tires to enable Motion for Life. Dedicated to enhancing its clients’ mobility and sustainability, Michelin designs and distributes the most suitable tires, services and solutions for its customers’ needs. Michelin provides digital services, maps and guides to help enrich trips and travels and make them unique experiences. Bringing its expertise to new markets, the company is investing in high-technology materials, 3D printing and hydrogen, to serve a wide variety of industries — from aerospace to biotech. Headquartered in Greenville, South Carolina, Michelin North America has approximately 22,500 employees and operates 34 production facilities in the United States and Canada. (