Who’s looking for cheap motorcycle tyres? As motorcyclists ourselves we understand the need to buy low cost great value motorcycle tyres, but we never buy cheap tyres.
We choose great value low cost motorbike tyres instead.
There’s a difference between cheap and great value especially when it comes to tyres. Cheap tyres are made from cheap materials, using cheap manufacturing processes and more often then not cheap means poor value.
At A&M Tyres Wigan we value our reputation for supplying great value tyres at a price that’s right for you. As motorcyclists ourselves we know what it means to have good rubber between you and the road.
We have a specialist motorbike centre where you can do all those little tweaks on your bike using our professional equipment, all you need to do is buy a tyre from us first.
Our range of motorcycle tyres are extremely comprehensive covering every aspect of motorcycling and almost every type of bike.
No cheap motorcycle tyres here, just great value ones!
So if you’re looking for cheap motorcycle tyres, think about buying great value tyres from A&M Tyres Wigan, they’re the cost effective alternative to cheap.
When it comes to tyres we never buy cheap – safety always comes first at A&M.
Almost 125 years since the first production line motorcycle
Did you know that way back in 1894 Hildebrand & Wolfmüller started to produce the world’s first production line motorcycle. The 1,489 cc (90.9 cu in) two-cylinder, four-stroke engine put out just 2.5bhp, propelling the motorcycle to a heady speed of around 28 miles per hour.
The motorcycle was a run and jump variety with no clutch, as technology advanced at a heady pace this motorcycle was overtaken by competitors very quickly. With little more that 2,000 manufactured the factory closed in 1919 after the First World War.
For those enthusiasts who would like to see this first production line motorcycle up close and personal, you’ll find a well preserved example at the Deutsches Zweirad-und NSU-Museum in Germany. If you fancy a visit, why not get on your bike and make the trip, it’s a quick 777 mile hop from the A&M Tyres Workshop in Pemberton, Wigan.