So I have a Raleigh bike and I have to change the back tire and inner tube but don't know which one too choose I did write the number listed in the bike tire and a few options showed up when I Google it I just don't know if it's correct, I listed the photos of the options of the bike tire and inner tube that showed up on Google as well as Which should I choose

Here is the numbers that are on the bike tire ( sorry I don't know anything about bikes)

Min .50 - max 8.5 psi ( 3.5 - 5.9 bar -350 - 590 kpa )

32-622(700×32c-28× 1/5/8 × 1 1/4 )

This link is for the tire I found. This is for the inner tube.

(Editor's note: OP provided links to a Schwinn branded 700c, 38mm tire, and a Bell tube with a Presta valve rated for 35-43mm tires.)

  • Looks good, assuming you have a pump which works with the presta (road bike) valve on the tube. I don’t know if the items are a good choice (we don’t really have Bell or Schwinn here in Europe), for that price you can almost get some nice Schwalbe or Continental tubes+tyres (e.g. Schwalbe Marathon).
    – Michael
    Oct 20, 2021 at 14:38
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    Just to clarify, the numbers you pasted into the original post appear to be a 700c, 32mm tire. Those are the numbers written on your current tire. Correct?
    – Weiwen Ng
    Oct 20, 2021 at 15:54
  • Weiwen Ng yes those are the numbers on my current tire
    – Alex
    Oct 20, 2021 at 16:07
  • Then while you have to dig a bit, there's valuable information in this answer. The problem is that the people there were trying to answer two different questions: does X tire fit my rim, and does X tire fit my bike. bicycles.stackexchange.com/questions/52587/…
    – Weiwen Ng
    Oct 20, 2021 at 16:19
  • Note that the numbers, defining the acceptable pressure range, entered into the question at this time (Min .50 - max 8.5 psi... ) are not correctly transcribed as they should be 50 - 85 psi. This is a common range for a bike tire and also corresponds to 3.4 to 5.8 bars, as correctly noted in the question. Hopefully the tire/tube manufacturer hasn't made the error, though it wouldn't be catastrophic since even at 8.5 psi the tire would be mostly flat and not rideable.
    – Jeff
    Oct 23, 2021 at 16:50


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