Here’s the quick answer: Pick a tube that says **700 x [Width range], where the width range includes 35**. For example, a tube that says “700×35-42” would be perfect for your bike.

## What does 700x35c mean?

700x35c is **the dimension of your bicycle tire, as measured using the ‘French system’**. Breaking this down, 700 is the nominal diameter of the bike tire in millimeters. The next number, 35, is the nominal width of the tire (again, this is measured in millimeters).

## Can you use 700×32 tube in 700×35 tire?

**Yes, inner tubes cover a range of tyre sizes**. There is not a lot of difference between 32 and 35.

## IS 700C tube the same as 29?

And **29-inch wheels are the same size as 700c, though they’re usually wider**. Kids’ bikes will have smaller wheels, usually 16in, 20in or 24in, and need smaller diameter inner tubes and tyres, as will most folding bikes.

**What size tube is 700x35c? – Related Questions**

## Can I use a 29 tube in a 700c tire?

**Yes!** **But make sure that the rim widths are the same**. 29″ (ISO size 622) is the same inside diameter as 700C, but some 29″ tires will not fit 700C road rims because they’re too wide. Make sure to check the other necessary measurement, the beat seat diameter.

## Can I use a 29 inch inner tube for 700c?

So **a 29 inch MTB tube will have the same diameter as a 700c road wheel**, while a 27.5 inch tube will be the same diameter as a 650b road wheel. You can also get 26 inch MTB tubes. But since MTB tyres are typically wider than road tyres, they may be too wide to fit, even in a gravel bike tyre.

## IS 700c equal to 28 inch?

In fact, **28″, 700C and 29″ wheels all refer to the same rim size**. These different sizes are used as marketing terms. 700 and 700A wheels are uncommon now, but 700B wheels have an ISO of 635mm and are still used worldwide by several gravel and other off-road inclined bikes.

## Is there a difference between 700 and 700c?

The words are very similar but the meanings are so different. The term “700c” is the tire size according to the French system. The “700” is stating the diameter of the bicycle tire and “c” is the width size of the tire. However it’s not 700 millimeters it’s 633 millimeters.

## Does inner tube have to be exact size?

**While your diameter measurement needs to be exact, your width measurement does not**. Because inner tubes stretch, they typically come in a range of widths. For example, one of our most popular tubes is the 26 x 1.75-2.125” which means it fits a 26-inch diameter tire with a width in the range of 1.75 to 2.125 inches.

## How many inches is 700 C?

The most straightforward answer to “700c to Inches” is that 700c equals **27.5 inches**.

## What happens if you use the wrong size inner tube?

The area near the valve on the tube is the stiffest part, and does not expand as easily as the rest when over-inflated. This **may result in a slight depression in the tire near the valve that you will feel on every revolution** (especially if you start thinking about it).

## What diameter is a 700c wheel?

The more useful number is the diameter of the wheel between the bead seats for the tyre. That’s controlled by ISO standard 5775 and is **622mm** for 700c wheels.

## Can you use a bigger inner tube?

**Yes, it’s perfectly safe to use the next larger size tube in a smaller tire**. It’s a common trick used by bike messengers to reduce the chance of flats. The only downside is a slightly heavier wheel since you’re using more tube that you really need.

## How do I know what size inner tube I need?

**The size is almost always written somewhere on the sidewall of the tyre**. Inner tubes typically state a wheel diameter and width range for which they will work, e.g. 26 x 1.95-2.125″, indicating that the tube is intended to fit a 26 inch tyre with a width of between 1.95 inches and 2.125 inches.

## How do I know what size inner tube to get?

The best way to check what size inner tube you need is to **look on the sidewall of your tyre**. Tyre manufacturers print the size on the sidewalls, so look out for numbers such as ‘700x23c’ for a road bike, or ’26×1. 75′ which is for mountain bikes.

## Can I use a 24 inch tube in a 26 inch tire?

What if I used a 24″ tube on a 26″ bicycle tire, will it work? **Probably not**. You’re going to have to stretch it to get it on the wheel, and once you inflate it to the required size, it’s going to be stretched rather thin.

## IS 700c equal to 26?

Some of you might think the difference in diameter between 26″ and 700c is too small to matter. Actually, even though we all know 700c rim is slightly smaller than 27″ rim, **a 700c rim is a full 2-1/2 inches larger than 26″ rim**.

## Are 700c and 26 the same?

**“26-inch wheels” are also known as “26×1-3/8 inch”, or “700c”**. They are measured from where they meet at their pointy end to where they meet at their flatter end. A standard 500mm 26-inch wheel, for example, has a diameter of 520mm.

## What’s the difference between 26 inch and 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.

## Do bikes with bigger wheels go faster?

**Yes, bicycles with bigger wheels go faster**. You may think of it from the equation for linear speed v = r*w where r is the wheel radius and w is the angular speed of the wheel (which is the same as and determined by the freewheel that the rider directly drives with the chain).