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With the increasing popularity of gravel riding, the demands of gravelists on the footwear of their single-track pets are naturally increasing. Gone are the days when gravel tyres meant 35mm wide and nothing more. Today, riders can choose not only the width of the tyres, up to 50 mm for some manufacturers but also the tyre compound, different types of puncture protection or the colour of the sidewalls. In this article, we'll go through the current Michelin range and detail the types of tyres for gravel riding. Most of the gravel tyres featured in this article come in wire and Kevlar in several other compounds and widths.