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AVON STORM 3D X-M AV65 Front & AV66 Rear £190 Composed tyres that give good grip from cold. AVON SPIRIT ST £212 See review in test BRIDGESTONE T30 EVO £233 See review in test BRIDGESTONE T30/GT £240 The Evo version above improves on the T30, but the base tyre still fits a wide range of bikes. BRIDGESTONE BT-023/GT £204 Big mileage, good grip and at a cheaper price than the T30. BRIDGESTONE BT-021 £181 Old tech, but good value. CONTINENTAL ROADATTACK 3 £254 See review in test CONTINENTAL ROADATTACK 2 EVO £221 Soft and grippy with fast warm-up and scrub in. CONTINENTAL CONTI ROADATTACK 2/GT £221 GT version of the above to suit heavier bikes. CONTINENTAL CONTIMOTION £160 Budget option. DUNLOP ROADSMART III £224 See review in test. DUNLOP ROADSMART II £195 Impressive sports-touring tyre. DUNLOP ROADSMART £190 Eight years old, but a good tyre. DUNLOP GPR-300 £149 No nonsense, single compound tyre available for small and large sportsbikes. MAXXIS SUPERMAXX ST £179 See review in test MAXXIS SUPERMAXX DIAMOND MA-3DS £150 Budget sports-touring choice. MAXXIS SUPERMAXX TOURING M6029 £138 Entry-level touring tyre that’s cheap and promises longevity. METZELER ROADTEC 01 £256 See review in test. METZELER ROADTEC Z8 INTERACT £204 Cheaper than new Roadtec 01, but still a great choice of tyre. METZELER ROADTEC Z6 £178 Popular mid-2000s tyre is a decent budget option. MICHELIN PILOT ROAD 4 £237 See review in test. MICHELIN PILOT ROAD 4 GT £237 Version of the PR4 (above) for certain heavier bikes. MICHELIN PILOT ROAD 3 £211 Its siped design convinced us all we could ride confidently on wet roads. It doesn’t last as well as the PR4, but it’s now cheaper. MICHELIN PILOT ROAD 2 £188 Decent tyre for a low price, but only comes in the most common sizes now. MICHELIN PILOT STREET RADIAL £167 Radial sports-touring tyre designed for lightweight machines. PIRELLI ANGEL GT £245 See review in test PIRELLI ANGEL ST £169 Budget sports-touring option available in the core sizes.