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Latest Tyre News:
- 7th April 14:
- Motorbike Tyre Launch: Michelin Pilot Road 4- This month Michelin launched their latest motorbike tyre, the Michelin Pilot Road 4. Michelin hope that the introduction of the Michelin Pilot Road 4 will further strengthen their status in the Sport Touring Radial market
- 19th February 14:
- Top 5 Tyre Safety Checks for Motorbikes - I don’t want to tempt fate, but it seems as though the time of year when the motorcycle can be brought out from its winter hibernation is almost upon us.
- 22nd January 14:
- Up For Auction: Pope’s Harley-Davidson - Forget the Popemobile, here comes your opportunity to own a Holy Roller. On the 6th of February a Harley-Davidson, previously owned by Pope Francis, is set to be sold at auction with the proceeds going to charity.
- 27th December 13:
- Ceat launches first H-rated motorcycle tyre - Coinciding with the launch of the new Indian action film, Dhoom3 — which features a high percentage of motorcycle action — Indian tyre manufacturer Ceat has introduced a new range of tyres.
- 11th November 13:
- Caterham expands into bikes - Caterham Group — led by Scot Graham Macdonald — has launched its first ever motorcycle division, appropriately named Caterham Bikes.
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