Think of it as a front tyre first. The Michelin DH22 tyre is the most versatile in the range allowing it to perform best on soft and mixed terrain, but it will still ride well on harder trails. The DH22 is also built with the Magi-X compound and down hill shield casing to "ensure good stud penetration on soft terrain while combining stability on hard terrain" so basically any event in the UK.
The DH22 uses an aggressive tread pattern with a block design that provides incredible traction and maximum braking grip in a range of conditions, but excels in looser, softer terrain. This 2.4 inch wide tyre utilises a Magi-X DH compound, a new generation of top performance rubber providing maximum braking and cornering grip in all conditions and temperatures, even at very high speeds. It's taken them long enough, but thanks to tyres like the DH22, Michelin is back in the gravity game.
Excellent on soft and mixed terrain, it gives you a good level of performance on hard terrain.
The DH 22 tread pattern, Magi-X DH compound and down hill shield casing ensure good stud penetration on soft terrain while combining stability on hard terrain.
Thanks to its double-reinforced down hill shield casing and puncture-resistant reinforcement, which gives you maximum control at low pressure.