Average Test Review
Established in 1910 under BF Goodrich in France, by 1930 the first production of aircraft tyres — the POTEZ 540 - rolled off the production line.
In 1938 the company adopted the name of Colombes‐Goodrich after a French investment in the firm.
In 1945, they move to Kleber Avenue in Paris and adopt the Kleber‐Colombes name.
In 1950 a Kleber employee, Maurice Herzog, triumphed over Annapurna (8,078 m), on the French Himalaya Expedition.
By 1960 the iconic tyre V10 tyre is produced, and in 1969 Kleber tyres are put on the Concord jet line.
In 1971, the boxer becomes the Kleber mascot.
By 1981, Michelin becomes the majority shareholder.
1999 to 2000 sees the launch of KLEBER Viaxer and Dynaxer tyres.
Kleber celebrates their 100th birthday in 2011.
2015, Kleber becomes the official tyre of the Tour de France, after 10 years of being trusted partners. This an excellent opportunity for Kleber to show its quality, performance, and professionalism, in front of 12 million television viewers.
This company has been in business for over 100 years, has many ranges of products, and keeps improving quality, performance, and value for your money. You really can’t go wrong buying Kleber tyres.
Kleber is now owned by Michelin tires and because of the strong connection with the massive tyre manufacturer, Kleber is a potentially fantastic deal for the money. Sometimes discount tyres can be a real risk, but because of the Michelin backing and production, this tyre company offers a really quality alternative to the normal discount tyre option. Kleber continues to offer excellent tyre manufacturing and quality for the money. Their presence in the Tour de France in 2015 has made the small name a more widely known brand in recent years. The demand for tyres that drive well, ride smooth, and last, especially at a price that doesn’t destroy a bank account, has produced a market for tyres in this class. The Kleber name is sure to continue growing.More...
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