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Avon has been making high quality tyres since 1904, tyres that fit all sorts of cars, motorbikes, vans and trailers. On two wheels as well as four.
You need to fill in the rim size, tire size and engine specification for the best tire for your car.
Avon would not normally recommend this fitment. If you do this however, due to the way tyres are manufactured, you should reverse the tyre’s direction of rotation if you fit a front tyre on the rear or a rear tyre on the front of your bike.
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Encompassed within every Avon motorcycle tyre is some of the world's most advanced tyre technology. It's what helps give Avon tyres their edge. This technology has been painstakingly developed and tested over many years and means that regardless of what type of bike you have and where you ride, you can have absolute faith in your tyres.
Every Avon motorcycle tyre is some of the world’s most advanced tyre technology. Tyre Safety. Tyres are the only part of your motorcycle that are in contact with the road. Tyre Pressure Guidelines. In order to get the most out of our tyres check your tyre pressure regularly.
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Avon Rubber p.l.c. is a British company that specialises in the engineering and manufacturing of respiratory protection equipment for military, law enforcement and fire personnel as well as milking equipment for dairy farmers. Its corporate headquarters are located south of Melksham in Wiltshire, England, at the Hampton Park West development. It has other manufacturing sites in Johnson Creek, Wisconsin; Cadillac, Michigan and Albinea, Italy. In 1933, the company became publicly listed on the London Stock Exchange, it is now a constituent of the FTSE SmallCap Index.