Refers to ISO 559mm bead seat diameter rims and tires, the modern standard for mountain bikes, many hybrids, and small touring bikes. Tire sizes range from 26 x 1.0 to 26 x 3.6 and are printed in decimal format. A number of older American, British, and French tires are also listed as 26 x 1 1/4 to ...
I was cleaning my cruiser today, and as part of that I removed the tires from the rims to give them a good scrubbing. As sometimes happens, the tubes were stuck to the insides of the tires. (This also ...
I ride my cruiser to the supermarket and back, using either a trailer or a basket over the front wheel for carrying groceries. The bike has developed a persistent slow leak on the front wheel, and ...
I'm a very short woman and, since I wanted a triangle-frame fixie, I used 26" tires and a 49cm frame so it would fit me perfectly. The trouble is my tires are the wider variety. I want to have the ...
I am looking at remote adjustable seat posts that I can adjust the height of using a lever on my handle bar. They have a high price tag. Examples are Rock Shox Reverb Seat Post and Crank Brothers ...
My 26" mountain bike currently has a 2x10 gear setup with SRAM components: a SRAM S-1250 crank with 38/24 chainrings, and a SRAM PG-1030, 10-speed, 11-36t cassette. I feel that when riding on ...
I am looking at purchasing a used Specialized Rockhopper with an XL frame. Everything is exactly what I'm looking for on this bike with one exception...the tire size. It currently has 22" tires/rims ...
can I use 26 X 1.75 for front and 26 X 2.0 for rear? the tube size is the same. Bike : Rockrider 5.0 Terrain : mostly Road, occasionally off-road.
this is my first time here however I am a long time stackexchange user. I am planning to get a new MTB. Haven't ride for a long time 10y ago, as a kid I was always riding a MTB (I had an old low ...