How does the Michelin Guide work in New York?
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What kind of rating system does Michelin use?
Michelin stars are a rating system used by the red Michelin Guide to grade restaurants on their quality.
Who is the mascot of the Michelin Guide?
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What kind of food does Bibendum from Michelin eat?
Whether devouring bowls of gochu ramyun positively heaving with noodles or the crispiest kimchi-jeon (pancake), New Yorkers are wild for Korean There’s more to Bibendum—MICHELIN’s adorably puffy white mascot—than you may know.
What kind of oil does a Michelin tire take?
Enjoy lasting winter performance from sunflower oil that keeps the EverGrip™ compound flexible in lower temps, plus the many tread blocks and sipes that act as biting edges to help cut through snow Count on shorter stopping distances even when half-worn thanks to the EverGrip™ wet-braking technology
What makes Michelin Premier LTX tires so good?
When you’re riding on Michelin Premier LTX tires, you get a shorter stopping distance on wet and dry roads while enjoying a smooth, quiet ride. For improved traction in adverse weather conditions, the tire uses Evergrip Technology and a high silica content that boosts the tire’s ability to stick to wet or dry roads.