Road Bike Tire Comparison:
Michelin Pro 4 Service Course 2014 vs
Schwalbe Lugano II 2020

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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 Pro 4 Service Course
  • Schwalbe Lugano II
Performance compared to all other road bike tires
(100% is fastest - lightest - thickest - strongest)

Manufacturer Specifications


Manufacturer Specifications
Brand MichelinSchwalbe
Model Pro 4 Service CourseLugano II
Year 20142020
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 MedLow
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Manufacturer Part Number 44678311654009
EAN 4026495864817
TPI 11050
Compound Dual CompoundSilica
Bead FoldingFolding
ETRTO 25-62225-622
Size Inch 28"28"
Width mm 2525
Specified Weight 215 grams280 grams
Min Air Pressure 73 psi85 psi
Max Air Pressure 109 psi115 psi
Made In ThailandIndonesia
Available Sizes 20-622 (700x20C)
23-622 (700x23C)
25-622 (700x25C)
23-671 (650x23C)
23-622 (700x23c)
25-622 (700x25c)
28-622 (700x28c)
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Michelin Pro 4 Service Course 2014
Schwalbe Lugano II 2020
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Michelin Pro 4 Service Course 2014
Schwalbe Lugano II 2020
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Michelin Pro 4 Service Course 2014
Schwalbe Lugano II 2020

Size and Weight Measurements


Size and Weight Measurements
Model Pro 4 Service CourseLugano II
Specified Weight 215 grams280 grams
Measured Weight 222 grams265 grams
System Adjusted Weight 322 grams
(tire + inner tube)
365 grams
(tire + inner tube)
Measured Width 28 mm26 mm
Measured Height 26 mm24 mm
Total Tire Thickness Center 2.9 mm3.4 mm
Total Tire Thickness Sidewall 0.55 mm0.8 mm
Unmounted Casing Width No Data64 mm
Unmounted Tread Width No Data30 mm
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 Pro 4 Service CourseLugano II
Inner Tube Conti Race28 (100gr butyl)Conti Race28 (100gr butyl)
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Rolling Resistance
140 PSI / 9.7 Bar
Not TestedNot Tested
Rolling Resistance
120 PSI / 8.3 Bar
14.9 Watts
CRR: 0.00447
18.0 Watts
CRR: 0.00540
Rolling Resistance
100 PSI / 6.9 Bar
16.0 Watts
CRR: 0.00480
19.2 Watts
CRR: 0.00576
Rolling Resistance
80 PSI / 5.5 Bar
17.6 Watts
CRR: 0.00528
21.1 Watts
CRR: 0.00632
Rolling Resistance
60 PSI / 4.1 Bar
20.1 Watts
CRR: 0.00603
24.2 Watts
CRR: 0.00725
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 Pro 4 Service CourseLugano II
Puncture Resistance Tread 15 Points11 Points
Puncture Resistance Sidewall 6 Points5 Points

Conclusion


Conclusion
Model Pro 4 Service CourseLugano II
Full Review Full ReviewFull Review
Verdict RecommendedNot Recommended
Rating 4.0 / 52.0 / 5
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  • Michelin Pro 4 Service Course
  • Schwalbe Lugano II
Performance compared to all other road bike tires
(100% is fastest - lightest - thickest - strongest)


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