CEAT Milaze (Bike) – Tyre Review
The Milaze motorcycle tyre is one of the most successful tyre series from CEAT. The USP of the tyre lies in its ability to run more miles against its competitors in the category.
The mass-segment tyre is offered in a diverse range of sizes and hence suits nearly every motorcycle in the country. It is quite popular among the riders seeking longer tread life and better all-weather grip.
CEAT Milaze is a result of indigenous research, use of modern technology and undetermined effort to create a tyre that suits the needs of Indian bikes and Indian roads.
The Milaze motorcycle tyre is manufactured using an internally developed rubber compound. The unique tread design comes with a groovy pattern for better grip over any surface, paved or unpaved.
The aspects that make CEAT Milaze stand out from others are:
Unique compound for longevity
The Milaze is infused with CEAT’s functionalized polymer-based rubber compound that arrests tread wear for a longer duration and allows uniform wear of the tyre. The circumferential groove and contact patch assure durability and robustness for life.
Exclusive tread design for fuel mileage
The use of a low rolling resistance compound at the tread calls for lesser friction, which gives way for better fuel efficiency. Moreover, the tread pattern is designed to offer even contact on the surface causing lesser resistance and road noise.
Available size and tyre layout
The CEAT Milaze is made available in both tube-type and tubeless tyre layout. The sizes include 3.00-17, 3.00-18, 80/100-18, 2.75-18, 100/90-17, 3.25-19, and 3.50-19.
CEAT motorcycle tyre, Milaze is provided with best in class warranty. The Milaze comes with a 6-year standard manufacturer warranty for maintenance-free tyre and tread life.
The wide range of CEAT Milaze bike tyres makes it an ideal fit for most of the motorcycles in the country. The Milaze tyre can be shod to the likes of Bajaj CT100, Bajaj Discover, Bajaj Platina, TVS Star City, Honda CD 110 Dream, Honda Dream Neo/Yuga, Hero Passion X Pro, Yamaha Saluto, Honda Shine, Hero Glamour, Hero HF Deluxe/Dawn, Bajaj Pulsar 150, Royal Enfield Continental, Royal Enfield Bullet Electra 350, etc.
The speed rating of the Milaze bike tyre is P (150 km/hr), while the load index falls between the range of 48 and 56 (180 kg and 224 kg). The Milaze tyre price has been one of its plus points and the reason for its fondness in the aftermarket. The extensive Milaze bike tyre range falls in the bracket of Rs 830-2095 approx.