Road Bike Tire Comparison:
Michelin Power All Season 2016 vs
Schwalbe Lugano 2015

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Contents and Test Summary

  1. Manufacturer Specifications
  2. Size and Weight Measurements
  3. Rolling Resistance Test Results
  4. Puncture Resistance Test Results
  5. Conclusion
  • Michelin Power All Season
  • Schwalbe Lugano
Performance compared to all other road bike tires
(100% is fastest - lightest - thickest - strongest)

Manufacturer Specifications


Manufacturer Specifications
Brand MichelinSchwalbe
Model Power All SeasonLugano
Year 20162015
Tire Type Tubetype (clincher)Tubetype (clincher)
Supplied By Bought in storeBought in store
Full Review Full ReviewFull Review
New or Used NewNew
Mileage 0 km0 km
Price Range HighLow
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Manufacturer Part Number 54492411600044.01
EAN 3528705449247
TPI 3x6050
Compound Grip compoundSilica
Bead FoldingFolding
ETRTO 25-62225-622
Size Inch 28"28"
Width mm 2525
Specified Weight 270 grams280 grams
Min Air Pressure 75 psi85 psi
Max Air Pressure 109 psi115 psi
Made In ThailandIndonesia
Available Sizes 23-622 (700x23C)
25-622 (700x25C)
28-622 (700x28C)
23-622 (700x23C)
25-622 (700x25C)
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Michelin Power All Season 2016
Schwalbe Lugano 2015
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Michelin Power All Season 2016
Schwalbe Lugano 2015
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Michelin Power All Season 2016
Schwalbe Lugano 2015

Size and Weight Measurements


Size and Weight Measurements
Model Power All SeasonLugano
Specified Weight 270 grams280 grams
Measured Weight 275 grams275 grams
System Adjusted Weight 375 grams
(tire + inner tube)
375 grams
(tire + inner tube)
Measured Width 26 mm25 mm
Measured Height 23 mm23 mm
Total Tire Thickness Center 3.3 mm3.5 mm
Total Tire Thickness Sidewall 0.85 mm0.65 mm
Unmounted Casing Width 63 mmNo Data
Unmounted Tread Width 28 mmNo Data
All size measurements are taken at an air pressure of 100 psi / 6.9 bars on a 17.8 mm inner width rim.

Rolling Resistance Test Results


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Rolling Resistance Test Results
Model Power All SeasonLugano
Inner Tube Conti Race28 (100gr butyl)Conti Race28 (100gr butyl)
Spin Up Video YouTubeNo Video
Rolling Resistance
140 PSI / 9.7 Bar
Not TestedNot Tested
Rolling Resistance
120 PSI / 8.3 Bar
21.3 Watts
CRR: 0.00638
21.9 Watts
CRR: 0.00656
Rolling Resistance
100 PSI / 6.9 Bar
22.7 Watts
CRR: 0.00680
22.6 Watts
CRR: 0.00677
Rolling Resistance
80 PSI / 5.5 Bar
24.5 Watts
CRR: 0.00734
24.4 Watts
CRR: 0.00731
Rolling Resistance
60 PSI / 4.1 Bar
27.8 Watts
CRR: 0.00833
28.4 Watts
CRR: 0.00851
All numbers are for a single tire at a speed of 29 km/h / 18 mph and a load of 42.5 kg / 94 lbs.

Use the formula: RR (Watts) = CRR * speed (m/s) * load (N) to calculate rolling resistance at a given speed and load.

Puncture Resistance Test Results


Puncture Resistance Test Results (higher is better)
Model Power All SeasonLugano
Puncture Resistance Tread 14 Points14 Points
Puncture Resistance Sidewall 6 Points4 Points

Conclusion


Conclusion
Model Power All SeasonLugano
Full Review Full ReviewFull Review
Verdict Not RecommendedNot Recommended
Rating 2.0 / 51.0 / 5
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  • Michelin Power All Season
  • Schwalbe Lugano
Performance compared to all other road bike tires
(100% is fastest - lightest - thickest - strongest)


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