# 700c Is How Many Inches

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## Is a 700C wheel 28 inches?

28”/700C/29er The wheel sizes 28”, 700C and 29er or 29” all refer to the same rim size: ETRTO 622. The tyres can differ, but the 28”, 700C and 29er are all the exact same rim diameter. The 700 markings will be followed by the width in mm, and the 28 or 29 markings will be followed by the width in inches.

## IS 700C 26 inch?

650b is the middle size between 26inch and 700c (actually it’s a bit closer to 26inch), so a bike with these wheels tends to have a mix of both 26inch and 700c riding characteristics.

## IS 700C 27.5 inch?

Just as a 700C wheel is the same diameter as a 29” (29er) wheel, 650B shares the exact same rim diameter as 27.5”. As it happened, the bike industry came to describe and market road category (drop-bar) products in “C” and millimeters, and mountain bike products in inches.

## IS 700c same as 622?

29″ / 700c (ISO 622 mm) Here we have two more common wheel sizes that are in fact, exactly the same! The standard modern road bike wheel has an ISO diameter of 622 mm and is referred to as 700c (makes sense, right? /s).

## Which is bigger 26 or 700c?

A 26 inch, or a 650c wheel is about 1 inch smaller (about 2 inches smaller with road slicks) in diameter than a 700c. On smaller bikes, that 2 inches is a big help in building the perfect size without sacrificing performance.

## What size is a 700cc wheel?

700C is the dominant wheel size in the modern bike world, and the biggest of the top three. The other two are 26-inches, and 650B, which also goes by 27.5-inches. The approximate diameters of the rims for these sizes are: 700C = 622 millimeters = 24.5 in.

## Is a 27 inch wheel the same as 700c?

27-inch and 700C tires are close enough in size that the inner tubes are compatible; i.e. you can use a 27-inch inner tube in a 700C tire, and vice-versa. However, you can NOT use a 27-inch tire on a 700C wheel, and vice-versa.

## IS 700 C and 27.5 the same?

That’s changed over the past decade, so the majority of modern mountain bikes now come either with 29in or 27.5in wheels. These two sizes are equivalent to 700c and 650b wheel sizes expressed in the European ETRTO wheel size designations and have the same bead seat diameters.

## Can I put 700c wheels on a mountain bike?

You can put 700c tires on most mountain bikes without issues. Actually, the rim diameter 29-inch MTB wheels are identical to that of a 700c wheel. So as long as the width of the 700c tire isn’t smaller than the rim width, it will work perfectly on a mountain bike.

## Can I put 700c tires on a 29er?

A 700C tire will fit on a 29-inch rim – provided there’s the same bead seat diameter. A 29-inch wheel is the same as a 700C wheel most of the time.

## What does 700x45c tire mean?

Breaking it down, we have: “700” = the nominal diameter of the tire. “x” = just means ‘multiplied by’ “45” = the nominal width of the tire (when you stand facing the front or rear of your bike and look at the tire) “c” = this is a tire width code, using the historical French system.

## What does 700c 30c mean?

In short – the 700x25C is a French nomenclature for tire size meaning tire diameter of 700mm and tire width 25mm and C is the width of the rim (A is very narrow, D is wide). Thus the number between “x” and “C” is the tire width in mm.

## What does C stand for on tires?

The C-Type tire, on the other hand, is specifically meant as a commercial-rated tire, with a higher load rating for a given size than many LT tires. These C-Type tires will show the letter “C” immediately after the wheel diameter in the tire code. Example: 225/75R16C.

## What does C mean in bike tire size?

Option A: “C = Clincher Tires“ According to some, the letter “C”, indicates that the tire in question may be a clincher type. “Clinchers” are the most common bicycle tires. They work with a tube and hook up with the rim with a lip (bead).

## How do I know my bike wheel size?

Using a tape measure, place the bottom of the tape at the lowest point of the tire (on the ground) and measure in a straight line to the centre of the bike wheel to find your wheel radius (as shown in the image above). Multiply your wheel’s radius by two to find the wheel’s diameter.