Bicycle tire estimations have two parts. The more significant number is the tire diameter in inches, and the more modest amount is the tire width in inches. Tire diameter generally goes from 12 to 26 inches, and tire width regularly runs from 1.75 to 2.215 inches.
The International Association for Standardization (ISO) has built up another bicycle tire estimation framework that uses millimeters to quantify the width of the tire and the inner diameter, likewise called the globule to situate diameter.
Replacing tires might be difficult if you know the size in one framework, yet find tires estimated in the other frame. Although most tires have the estimations imprinted on the tire, the numbers can end up worn and ambiguous after some time.
What Do The Numbers Mean?
Before measuring, it's great to realize what the numbers indicate in any case. Bicycle tire estimations have two different parts.
The more significant number is the tire diameter, while the more modest amount is the tirecontinue reading →