Avon has been making high quality tyres since 1904, tyres that fit all sorts of cars and motorbikes, vans and trailers. And over the years Avon has not only proved itself on the road but also on the racetracks of the world, on two wheels as well as four. Today, Avon's century of tyre-making experience is combined with the very latest design and manufacturing technology. Add in a punishing test regime and you can see why Avon makes tyres of unparalleled quality and ability. So if you're after tyres that can confidently shrug off the elements, tyres that help make driving a pleasure rather than a chore, ask for Avon.
Bridgestone UK is part of Bridgestone Corporation - the biggest tyre and rubber manufacturer in the world – and we sell tyres and other products across the whole of the United Kingdom. Our founder, Mr. Ishibashi, produced his first tyre in Japan in 1930, and Bridgestone and Firestone products were being sold across Europe for many years after that. But it wasn't until 1972 that a full scale UK headquarters was established. Currently, Bridgestone UK employs 410 people in its various sales, technical and administrative departments, with the majority based at its headquarters in Warwick
The Continental brand has stood for high quality German engineering and advanced tyre technology since 1871. With one in four new cars produced in Europe and now over fifty Motorbikes being equipped with Continental tyres as O.E, Continental is today one of the world's leading tyre manufacturers
We stock and fit Dunlop Tyres while you wait.Prices are very competative.
Metzeler Tyres are in stock and can often be fitted while you wait.
1891 Michelin developed the first detachable cycle tyre. Until this time it had taken three hours to repair a tyre and it then needed to be left overnight for the glue to stick it back onto the wheel - not very convenient when you are in a hurry! In 1946 Michelin patented the radial tyre, which now forms the basis of most modern high-performance tyres, and in 1984 this technology was incorporated into motorcycle race tyres. Radial road tyres became commercially available in 1987 with the launch of the Michelin A59X and M59X.
Pirelli Tyre is the world's fifth largest operator in terms of turnover on the tyre market, with levels of profitability among the highest in the sector. In 2005, the activities today under the aegis of Pirelli Tyre generated revenues of around 3.63 billion Euros, with a growth of almost 12% with respect to the previous year