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Tire i looking for a bike tire size (57-305)16x2.125 can you help me with this please?

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Inner tube size for diamondback mountain bike


Read the tire size on the sidewall of the tire and buy a tube that is the same size. Most of them are 26x1.75-2.00, but it could be 24 or even 29 depending on the size of the bike.

Oct 08, 2012 | Raleigh Cycling

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I have a Gio 500w ebike. The tube inside the back tire needs to be replaced and I cannot find the size to buy anywhere.The Gio website sells them but dont give u the size. I was also told that you can...


Hi! I have 2 Gio Scooters. I looked and looked for a tube for my tire and couldn't find a place until I realized that if you go to Ebay online you can actually buy them through Sven the supplier who sells the Gio Scooters on Ebay. You can just buy them from him and pay through paypal. Make sure the valve is curved and not straight out or it's not the right one. He ships pretty fast too:) I hope this has helped. It took me awhile to get parts. He also will ship parts, he's out of Vancouver. So Good Luck:) Do you know anything about fuses for these bikes???? Grrrr....
TTYL.G

Jun 15, 2011 | Health & Beauty

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I let a friend borrow my bike and he had a new tire put on back it is a 170/80-15 and now the tire rubs the stabilizer bar and if you adjust it off the bar then it rubs the chain is this tire bigger than...


Hi,
It is clear that your new tire is bigger than previous one. You have now 17 cm wide tire but previously 15 cm wide. This is why the new tire rub your stabilizer bars. You can use additional spacer on bearing shaft actually, but this is not a good idea as it will give impact on bike instability. I suggest to replace the tire with previous one. This is the best for your bike.
Remember that tire with data 170 / 80 - 15 mean: - 170mm ( 17 cm ) tire width - 80 ( %) width to height comparison - 15 ( inch) wheel diameter

Warm regards, please vote if helpful, Jay

Mar 11, 2011 | 2001 Suzuki VZ 800 Marauder

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I am need of new tires. The rims are Mavic, but I’m confused about sizing. The tire is a tubular. I think the size is 27 inch. How to I make sure I get the right size?


If you have a tubular tire (also called a sew-up), and you know that you have full-size wheels (either 700c or 27 inch), you need a 700c tubular. Tubular tires only come in a few sizes and the most common is the 700c. A tubular tire is a unique type of tire that usually has a tube sewn inside. This gives the tubular a round cross section and means that it must be glued onto the rim.

700c and 27 inch are actually different sizes (27 inch is slightly larger diameter than 700c), but they're often confused because they're so close and they're both found on road bikes - or have been over the years. These days, the common road-bike wheel and tire size is 700c. But, people still sometimes mistakenly refer to it as 27 inch, which was popular 25 to 30 years ago.

So, the bottom line is, if you get a tubular called a "27 inch" or "700c," it will be the same size and it will fit your wheel just fine. The size that you don't want is "650c." That size will be too small for your wheels. If you have something besides a tubular tire (if your tires aren't glued onto the rims, you don't have tubulars), to determine the size simply look carefully at the sidewalls. You'll find the tire size marked there if you look closely.

Dec 21, 2010 | Cycling

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What are the hardware differences between hybrid and mountain bicycles? How feasible is it to go from mountain (fat tire) to hybrid (thin low drag tire) functions? Can I just change the wheels or is it...


Some of this will depend mostly on what type of bike youre talkin' about here. Some cruiser/comfort type bikes will have the exact same rim size as nearly all mtn bikes and will swap with no problem but a 26 and 700 size wheel is NOT the same and there is NO compatibility between tires or frame of the bike including the fork. On a standard 26x2.1 size mtn tire the smallest you could go to is a 26x 1.50 that will fit on that wheel. if you have a French 26x1 3/8 size (S6) tire then the answer is the same....NOT compatible with anything 26" whatsoever. You cannot change the wheels either depending on the frame/fork you have. All you need to do is change the tires and keep the wheels! Any hardtail mtn bike will work fine as a commuter bike if you change the tires to a thinner and smoother tire for less rolling resistance.

Dec 16, 2010 | Cycling

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How do I calculate wheel size for my bike. 25 inch wheel without tire for example


There's a size chart on page 15 of the manual that has great instructions for measuring and entering the wheel size.

You can get the manual from Sigma's website at this link.

Method "B" is the most accurate way -- make a chalk mark on the tire and stand the bike up next to a wall with the chalk mark at the bottom.
Have a friend make a chalk mark on the ground at that point.
WITH YOUR FULL WEIGHT ON THE BIKE, move forward for one rotation of the wheel -- until the chalk mark is on the bottom again. Do this as straight-line as you can.
Have your friend make another mark on the ground at this point, and measure the line between the two points on the ground.

This is the wheel circumference, and if you do this with normal tire inflation and with your full weight on the bike, it's the most accurate way to calibrate your cyclocomputer.


If this helps, please be sure to hit the "thumbs up" for me.
If not, of if you have questions, use "add comment" to post back here, and I'll do my best to get you going.

May 20, 2010 | Sigma Sport BC1106 Dts Wireless Bike...

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Zooper replacement tires


You can try any bike store they should carry all sizes of tires.

May 28, 2009 | Zooper CoolZone Sport Stroller

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TIRE


I think you meant http://www.airfreetires.com/

Dec 23, 2008 | Cycling

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Recent problem


I have just accquired the same bike in showroom condition (less than 150km) Since it has been kept in a display showroom for 9 years, the lubricants and some parts are expired ( although they still look brand new) . I´ll be ordering replacement parts, apart from getting new tires, I have decided to up grade the air & oil filters to K&N,put in a Yoshimura RS3 Can for that extra touch . You saying I should go for O.E. and not risk engine recalibration? I do know that the Carbs on these bikes are tricky... Can you advise me on your tire size too? I´m thinking of going 1 size wider in the front 130/65. Or is the original size good enuf.

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