MICHELIN® ANAKEE WILD

Provides all the grip you’ll need for your next adventure!

  • Excellent stability
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Why choose MICHELIN Anakee Wild?

Long lasting performance

All-new compounds, combined with an innovative tread pattern inspired by our Dakar winning MICHELIN Desert Race tire, offer extraordinary longevity for extended adventures.

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Stability and Comfort

In addition to proven off-road performance, front/rear casing design ensures impeccable on-road stability and comfort. 

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Off-Road Performance

Offset blocks and curved tread grooves provide true off-road performance, especially in soft and challenging conditions. 

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Resistance

Improved resistance to high temperatures and various deteriorations thanks to the optimized tread depth and new materials.

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Great pick for 50/50 Dual Sport use

Offroader - October 5, 2021

I recently put on a set of these tires on a 250 Dual Sport that I use for bopping around on up at our cottage. Tires work well on the secondary highways and are very sure-footed on fire roads and moderate trails/single track. Any tire is ultimately a compromise however these are about the best all-rounder I have found and seem to be wearing quite well on this somewhat lighter bike. For serious off-road on my Enduro bike I stick with full off-road tires.

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September 22, 2021
Hi Offroader, thank you for your review of our MICHELIN Anakee Wild tire! We appreciate your feedback.
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Good Tire

McFly - August 4, 2021

I am 50 years old now, started riding on small dirt bikes at just 7 years old. Motorbiking is my favorite thing to do in life, and ride a lot, currently own multiple bikes, and had 41 bikes in my life. My grown daughter, and wife both ride as well, and between us we right now have these tires on 5 bikes. There is no such thing as a perfect tire, and different tires for different bikes, and rides obviously. But after trying dozens of adventure bike tires, these are the best I've had yet. Had a few slips on wet pavement when getting aggressive with the throttle, or leaning too hard, all tires slip eventually when riding hard in the rain, but they don't break loose to easily, and when they do, its a predictable slide i haven't had a problem catching. Not sure how they will get as they wear down, only 3,417 kms on them so far, but just came home from a 5 day trip, all sorts of roads, trails, sand, rocks, we were a group of 11 bikes, 4 of which were on the Anakee Wilds, best tires in the group for sure, and great overall. When these wear out, I'll definitely be spooning on another set. Happy trails everyone!

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On a DRZ400SM

Domenico - May 29, 2021

Great on/off tire. On dry road it competes with pure street tires (not track tires). It's slippage under full throttle is very predictable , it kind of warns you where it's limit of grip is and finds its grip back again without frightening you. On wet road and over white lines it is acceptable, more stable than a worn Pirelli Diablo Rosso 2 that I had before. After about 3.000km on pavement it seems that you cannot wear it quickly with a light motorcycle, maybe after about 10-12 k kms. Off road it bites well enough, even though it is a wide one (150/70/17) , but it slips on very uneven ground (not a dedicated full knobby) of a sandy or soft-packed hill. It's knobs' edges diminish very quick on rocks (not designed for a rocky mountain single track, but I managed to pass it). On gravel roads it just rips and it is more stable than on pavement over 100km/h. Next rear will be 140/80/17, paired with 90/90/21 front.

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Rim

17''
18''
19''
21''

Position

130/80 -17 65R
Width 130
Ratio 80
Diameter 17
Load Index 65
Speed Index R
Position rear
140/80 -17 69R
Width 140
Ratio 80
Diameter 17
Load Index 69
Speed Index R
Position rear
150/70 R17 69R
Width 150
Ratio 70
Diameter 17
Load Index 69
Speed Index R
Position rear
170/60 R17 72R
Width 170
Ratio 60
Diameter 17
Load Index 72
Speed Index R
Position rear
110/80 -18 58S
Width 110
Ratio 80
Diameter 18
Load Index 58
Speed Index S
Position rear
120/80 -18 62S
Width 120
Ratio 80
Diameter 18
Load Index 62
Speed Index S
Position rear
130/80 -18 66S
Width 130
Ratio 80
Diameter 18
Load Index 66
Speed Index S
Position rear
140/80 -18 70R
Width 140
Ratio 80
Diameter 18
Load Index 70
Speed Index R
Position rear
150/70 R18 70R
Width 150
Ratio 70
Diameter 18
Load Index 70
Speed Index R
Position rear
110/80 R19 59R
Width 110
Ratio 80
Diameter 19
Load Index 59
Speed Index R
Position front
120/70 R19 60R
Width 120
Ratio 70
Diameter 19
Load Index 60
Speed Index R
Position front
80/90 -21 48S
Width 80
Ratio 90
Diameter 21
Load Index 48
Speed Index S
Position front
90/90 -21 54R
Width 90
Ratio 90
Diameter 21
Load Index 54
Speed Index R
Position front
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