Michelin Erilium tyres review

Budget training tyre

Our rating 
2.5 out of 5 star rating 2.5
GBP £12.95 RRP | USD $19.31
Michelin Erilium Tyres

Our review

You get what you pay for – these are fine for a hack road bike build
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The Erilium is a much cheaper stablemate to Michelin’s Krylion – even we couldn’t get hold of those rare-as-hens’-teeth tyres. It’s a Kevlar-reinforced training tyre that claims to offer great tread life and good grip. 


Surely, at this price, something has to give? Well, yes – it does. The Erilium does offer some resistance to punctures, but it’s easier to pop than its pricier rivals.


It’s not a particularly fast option either, but overall it’s not bad, and unlike some cheap alternatives it doesn’t skate on corners. 

Product Specifications


Name Erilium Tyre
Brand Michelin

Bead Wire
Tyre Sizes Available 700x23C
Weight (g) 286
Additional Features Kevlar®-reinforced casing for maximum puncture protection. Impressive grip on dry and wet roads
Max PSI 116