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This wireless system needs no programming and features a compact LCD screen which fits into a magnetic mount placed on a prominent part of the bike. The fully sealed and buttonless device can be quickly removed for security and is small enough to fit in a pocket.

The display offers a battery life of up to three months, with the USB-powered inductive charger making it simple to top-up.

Once fitted, the unit displays the pressure of both tyres, in either psi or bar, toggling between the front and rear at set intervals.

Riders will see a low-pressure warning if a tyre becomes under-inflated by 15%, an enhanced alert when the pressure either drops by 25%, or if over-inflated by 35% or more. There are also alerts for high tyre temperatures or fast leakage (at least 2 psi per minute).

Riding on incorrectly inflated rubber or suffering a tyre failure on two wheels is a potential nightmare scenario for any rider.

Our system continually monitors both tyres and provides precise pressure readings – unlike indirect TPMS solutions which typically offer estimates via the bike’s brake sensors.

Under-inflated tyres can seriously affect a motorcycle’s handling as they become deformed, reducing contact with the road and risking the tyre being pulled off the rim. The tyres are also more likely to overheat or be damaged by debris, whilst over-inflation can lead to uneven wear, reduced handling and poor ride comfort.

Our unique ‘plug & play’ kit comes as standard with:

  • Magnetic display mount
  • USB-powered inductive charger
  • Two sensors to replace the original valve caps
  • Two locking wheel nuts with accompanying spanner (optional fit)
  • Installation instructions

This review of the MICHELIN TPMS – Bike is being reproduced in full, with the kind permission of Andreea M of Female Riders UK. This review is also available on the Female Riders website and Facebook page.


Product Review (originally published 4 May 2019)

This time I’m writing about the MICHELIN Tyre Pressure Monitoring System – Bike, recently launched by Fit2Go TMPS Ltd.

Why is it important to have the correct tyre pressures? Because proper tyre pressures are vital for safety, braking, grip and maximising the life of your tyres – and especially vital for your life! All manufacturers advise the correct pressure for each tyre type on their websites.

The Fit2Go TPMS marketing materials state: “MICHELIN TPMS – Bike detects a tyre in distress through loss of pressure, fast leakage or an increase in temperature – often the sign of an impending blowout. Its compact display flashes as brightly as a mobile phone torch if it detects an issue, plus identifies whether it is the front or rear tyre affected.”

I’ve tested this system and this is my experience with it…

I’ve had the system on my motorbike for around 1,000 miles already and I can say that I understand how important it is to know, for sure, the state of your tyres pressure.

Before fitting the TPMS sensors, I was confident that my tyres were inflated. But guess what? I’d failed miserably!

This kit demonstrated to me that as much as we want to ride safely, we are overlooking the most simple, but important things.

Fitting the MICHELIN TPMS – Bike literally takes you 5 minutes – and most of this time is spent deciding where to fit the receiver to look good ???? and also so you don’t forget to take it off the bike at the end of your journey. Just wipe and de-grease the surface carefully, and stick the magnetic display mount on!

It is easy to put the sensors on as they are marked F(ront) and R(ear).

The receiver is charged via a USB-powered inductive charger and after 1,000 miles, only one bar of the battery (it shows as six bars fully charged on the screen) went down – so the battery will last you for a long time.

After fitting, you ride for 1-2 miles so the receiver auto-calibrates itself with the sensors. I was gutted to find that my tyre pressures were sooo low! I went straight to the gas station and corrected them.

My tyres had been reading 26 Psi / 1.79 bar at the front and 30 psi / 2.06 bar at the rear!!! OMG!

I can confirm that the receiver provides an accurate reading. Plus, now I will see (at quick glance) if I have any issues with my tyres – such as if they are under-inflated, punctured or losing pressure.

The screen is easy to read. You can switch between either psi or bar simply by removing the receiver three times from the mount.

After fitting the system, I’ve even done a track day, and I can guarantee that the wheels and tyres are feeling the same – no problems because of the sensors, and no issues with the valves. Plus, the magnet holding the receiver in place in the mount is heavy-duty and even in the rain and at speed, it stays on the bike with no issues.

I always forget things on the bike – but when I remove the key from the ignition, I see the receiver and I take it with me. When you stop the motorbike, the receiver will be on for about 15 seconds if you keep it on the motorbike. If you remove it, it powers off straightaway (to save the battery).

In my opinion, all motorcycles should have this kit fitted to them, as it saves you money on fuel, tyres and most importantly, your life.

It is a valuable kit that will improve your riding, awareness and safety!

Pick up your MICHELIN TPMS – Bike – £79.95 (inc VAT)
  • “This clever little wireless system… a must-have for bikers”

    Wheel World Reviews

  • “Checking it against the pressure gauge reveals the system is very accurate.”
    Quality ★★★★★   Value ★★★★

    Motorcycle News

  • “There have been some aftermarket systems before, but to be honest, all the ones we’ve seen have been rather clunky. This looks much, much better though. The price seems decent for the quality.”

    Visor Down

  • “The simplicity, ease of use and the accuracy of the readings that this provides makes it well worth considering.”

    Adventure Bike Rider

  • “Introduces new levels of safety for riders for whom tyre condition is critical.”

    Tyres & Accessories

  • “There’s no wiring or calibration – you just take it out of the box and it all works, displaying your tyres’ pressures.”


  • “In my opinion, all motorcycles should have this kit fitted to them, as it saves you money on fuel, tyres and most importantly, your life.”

    Andreea M, Female Riders UK

  • “I REALLY like this. This widget has saved my bacon on the daily runaround – the beads are either a bit leaky, or it’s picked up a slow puncture.”

    Practical Sportsbikes

  • “It’s a high quality bit of kit, and the fact the display is rechargeable via USB is a nice touch.”
    Quality ★★★★★   Value ★★★★

    Motorcycle News


Can it really be fitted in a just few minutes?

Yes, it really is that simple!

Once the kit has been fitted, please ensure that you ride the bike immediately for the sensors to auto pair with the receiver.

How long is the warranty?

The system is warranted to be free from manufacturing defects and is guaranteed for a period of 12 months from date of purchase.

What do I do if I have a technical issue?

MICHELIN TPMS – Bike is designed to be ‘plug-and-play’ and we’d be surprised if you encounter any technical issues. But if you do, just get in touch via our contact us page and we’ll provide prompt assistance.

Do the external sensors corrode?

The sensors use a thread which is nickel-plated. This will avoid corrosion with valve stems such as aluminium. During winter when the roads are heavily salted, it is advisable to take precautions and periodically remove the sensors for checking.

When cleaning my wheels can I wash the sensors?

This is not a problem, however please avoid using specific wheel cleaning chemicals which may, in some cases, attach themselves to the sensor. This may give the effect of a discolouration of the sensor, which can only be removed with rigorous cleaning.

What speeds can the system operate at?

MICHELIN TPMS – Bike has been tested at high speeds. Even if you have a Suzuki Hayabusa parked in your garage, it’ll still work perfectly when you hit the road.

Do I need to fit batteries?

The display unit is designed to last for up to 3 months on a single charge, depending on use. It can be easily removed and the battery topped up using the USB-powered inductive charger at any time.

Each TPMS sensor has a built-in battery projected to last 3-5 years, depending on bike use. An accelerometer in each sensor allows it to sleep when stationary for a period, only waking up once the journey starts – to maximise battery conservation.

How do I program my correct pressure settings into the unit?

Quite simply, you don’t. We’ve designed our TPMS sensors to automatically calibrate to your tyre pressures when first installed. This is unique to our system, avoiding the need for bulky monitor-style receivers with fiddly buttons. Simply ensure your tyres are correctly inflated when cold before installation.

Are the sensors waterproof?

The sensors are waterproof and have been tested to IP67 rating which is a 1 metre depth. However, we don’t recommend that they are left immersed in water permanently as this can cause corrosion over time.

How do I switch the display readout from psi to bar?

Simply remove and replace the receiver from its magnetic base three times in quick succession, and the readout will change. Complete the process a second time to revert back.

Can the system be used off road?

The receiver is held in place through magnetism, so very extreme off road conditions may have the potential for the receiver to become dislodged in the holder. We therefore do not recommend it be used in such conditions.

Can the system be used with rubber valves?

We use one of the lightest TPMS sensors on the market and they have been successfully tested at speed. We recommend they be fitted to metal valves, however if rubber valves are used, please ensure they are high quality rubber valve stems and free from damage. Furthermore, we advise the stems be checked on a regular basis to ensure they remain in good working condition.

Read more about fitting with rubber valves at the bottom of this Bennetts review.

Do I need to have my wheels balanced after fitting the sensors?

Our TPMS sensors weigh less than 8g each, and most wheel balancing weights are typically 10-60g (although some can be as small as 5g). In our experience, the effect of adding the sensor is minimal and for the average bike owner, there is no requirement for balancing. However, we understand that high-performance riders seeking the ultimate performance from their bikes will naturally want to balance their wheels after fitment.

Will the sensors fit my bike? (inc. right-angled tyre pressure valves)

Our TPMS sensors have been designed to fit the widest possible range of bikes, including bikes with right-angled tyre pressure valves, whilst still delivering the levels of quality and performance required. If you are unsure whether the sensor risks clashing with any of the mechanics on your bike when the wheel is in motion, please get in touch via our Contact Us page before placing an order. We can arrange to post to you – free of charge – a dummy TPMS sensor which you can screw onto the valve to ensure the wheel rotates freely before placing your order. Please note it is the responsibility of the purchaser to determine, prior to purchase, that the system will fit their bike.

Installation instructions

MICHELIN TPMS – Bike is simple to install, and no tools are required.

Fitting instructions are included with every boxed kit.



MICHELIN TPMS – Bike comes with a 12-month warranty.

To register your product for the warranty, please click here.

CALL: +44 (0) 1543 396023
Fit2Go TPMS Ltd
Ground Floor
1 Newlands Court
Attwood Road, Burntwood
Staffordshire, WS7 3GF
United Kingdom
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