Michelin tyres


Michelin tyres for agriculture machines

2016 Michelin Tyre Technical Data Book (.pdf)

Protect your soil (.pdf)


Two brothers, Édouard and André Michelin, ran a rubber factory in Clermont-Ferrand, France. One day, a cyclist whose pneumatic tire needed repair turned up at the factory. The tire was glued to the rim, and it took over three hours to remove and repair the tire, which then needed to be left overnight to dry. The next day, Édouard Michelin took the repaired bicycle into the factory yard to test. After only a few hundred metres, the tire failed. Despite the setback, Édouard was enthusiastic about the pneumatic tire, and he and his brother worked on creating their own version, one that did not need to be glued to the rim. Michelin was incorporated on 28 May 1889. In 1891, it took out its first patent for a removable pneumatic tire which was used by Charles Terront to win the world’s first long distance cycle race, the 1891 Paris–Brest–Paris.

Michelin also controls 90% of Taurus Tire in Hungary, as well as Kormoran, a Polish brand.

Michelin produces tires in France, Spain, Germany, the USA, the UK, Canada, Brazil, Thailand, Japan, Italy and several other countries.

Michelin Agribib (.pdf)

Michelin Axiobib (.pdf)

Michelin Bibload (.pdf)

Michelin Bibload HardSurface (.pdf)

Michelin Cargo HeavyDuty (.pdf)

Michelin Cargoxbib HighFlotation (.pdf)

Michelin Cerexbib (.pdf)

Michelin Machxbib (.pdf)

Michelin Multibib (.pdf)

Michelin Power Cl (.pdf)

Michelin Spraybib (.pdf)

Michelin XeoBib (.pdf)