Avon Motorcycle Tyres Standard Limited Warranty
Every first quality tire bearing our name and serial number and not branded “NA”, or “DA” for BLEM [i]tires, and not used for racing, is warranted to be free of defects in workmanship and material during the life of the original tread design.
Original tread life is completed when the tire is worn to 2 remaining 32nds (1.5mm). Avon Motorcycle Tyres recommend tires should be used within 5 years of the manufacturing date on the tire. Tires should then be removed after a total of 7 years from the manufacturing date. Tires beyond this date will not be warrantied. If, upon presentation of a tire and following examination a tire is deemed to be eligible for adjustment credit under the terms of the warranty, a reasonable allowance on the purchase of a new tire based on the current “Suggested Retail Price” will be made. Any such allowance will be based on the tread wear remaining at time of inspection. This warranty is made for the exclusive benefit of the original owner. The tire is not assignable. This warranty does not in any way extend to any consequential damages or losses. There is no other warranty, or liability, expressed or implied, applicable to these products. No representative has the authority to make any representation, promise, or agreement except as stated herein. Some states/provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state/ province to province.
TIRES: RADIAL VERSUS BIAS
While running a bias ply front tire and a radial rear tire can be acceptable in certain applications, you should never run radial front and bias rear as this can create an instability issue. Avon Motorcycle Tyres is not responsible for abnormal wear due to suspension modifications and/or improper maintenance.
All Avon Motorcycle Tyres being returned for warranty must be returned through the point of purchase. Dealers looking to have tires returned should do so through their distributor. Consumers should go through the dealer or mail order where the tire was purchased originally.