Waste tyres are increasing now-a-days and causing many hazardous effects. They can be recycled in different ways such as by burning for fuel, generating oils, reinforcement in Portland cement and in resins etc. Objective of this study was to determine the structural properties such as tensile, compressive and flexural properties, and dynamic properties such as damping characteristics. Composites consisting of various weight percentages of recycled tyre rubber particulate and epoxy resin are successfully prepared. All the tests are performed and a comparative study is done with various weight percentages of recycled tyre rubber particulate in the composite. The variation of particles weight percentages influences the properties. In the present case, tensile, compressive, and flexural strength are decreasing in nature with increase in the reinforcement of tyre rubber particulate in the composite. Tensile, compressive and flexural strength are maximum for 10% (by weight) tyre rubber particulate reinforcement composite. In impact damping test, logarithmic decrement, damping ratio, and loss factor are determined for various weight percentages of tyre rubber particulate reinforcement in the composite. Loss factor is maximum for 30% (by weight) tyre rubber reinforcement composite.