Michelin Dynamic Sport Road Tire (Black) (700c) (23mm) (Wire)

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Michelin Dynamic Sport Road Tire (Black) (700c) (23mm)
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The Michelin Dynamic Sport Road Tire is an affordable, durable, high-mileage tire that is available in multiple color options.


  • Semi-slick tread design with textured shoulders for improved road grip
  • Long wearing tread compound

Tire Type: Clincher
Bead: Wire
Compound | Casing: -
TPI (Threads Per Inch): -
Puncture Protection: -
Inflation: -
Color: Black
Weight: 305g (700c | 25mm)

This product was added to our catalog on April 5, 2019

James Trott
Tuesday, Apr 19 2022 (about 2 years ago)
Michelin Dynamic Sport Road Tire (Black) (700c) (28mm)
The Michelin Dynamic Sport is a good, economical tire for road bikes. I always place a flat-resistant liner, like a wider-sized Mr. Tuffy Tire Liner, and or a Panasonic Arimid Liner, inside of the tire to resist Goat-Head Thorns, and then the Michelin Dynamic Sport is largely trouble-free for about 1,800 miles, assuming you weight under 160 pounds and that you are not riding hard around corners or up steep hills or on gravel. The Dynamic Sport Tire in 28 mm width will fit on many older (vintage) road bikes. Unfortunately, some of the newer bikes, like a Cannondale CAAD 8, have such narrow forks and stays that a 25 mm tire is a big as you can fit onto these newer bikes. The Michelin Dynamic Sport Tire measures almost 28 mm wide on a 14 mm internal-width rim, and possibly 2 mm wider on a 19 mm internal-width rim. Since you need about 3 mm of space on each side of the tire, you would need 28mm + 3mm + 3mm = 34 mm horizontal width minimum between the forks or stays to mount a 28 mm tire. Also, many rim-brakes have so little vertical clearance that they may not accept a 28 mm tire, but I have not had that problem yet, and I have mounted 28mm tires on about a dozen older road bikes. A 28 mm tire has the advantage of giving you a little more shock-absorbing ability if you are riding fast on rough roads with pot holes, or on cobble-stones, but on cobbles I would try to use a 32 mm tire. The Micheline Dynamic Sport is a reliable tire, and try to use the 700 x 28 mm tire size on your bike if you can make it fit, and you will have a much better and safer ride on rough roads! Happy Trails, Training and Touring!
Richard Daubel
Verified Owner
Monday, Oct 5 2020 (about 3 years ago)
Michelin Dynamic Sport Road Tire (Black) (700c) (28mm)
The 700x28 will not fit a road bike. There is not enough clearance for tire on a road bike.

Tire Size Chart

Inch SizingISO / ETRTO
16" BMX / Kids305
16" Recumbent349
18" BMX / Kids355
20" BMX / Kids406
20 x 1-3/4"419
20 x 1-3/8", 20 x 1-1/8"451
22" Wheel Chair501
24" BMX / Kids507
24" BMX Race (Fractional)
24" Road
24" Old Schwinn S-7 Size521
24" Wheel Chair540
24" Old Schwinn S-5 Size547
26" Mountain559
650c Small Road Bike571
27.5 / 650b584
26 x 1-3/8590
26" Old Schwinn S-6597
700c / 29" / 28"622
27" Road (Fractional)630
28" Track Tubular635
36" Big Bike787