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Tire Finder

Welcome to our tire finder. Use this page to find the best tires for your bicycle, tricycle, wheelchair, stroller, or cart. If you want to search for all tires available in a specific size, you can just type the size in the search box above. For example, 700Cx25 or 700x25. If you know the ISO size, this is the most accurate way to indicate the size. For example, 700Cx25 is 25-622.

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tire type
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Click on Step 1 - Wheel Size above to select the wheel/rim size.

Select Wheel Size

The wheel rim size is the critical size dimension for a tire. Bicycle wheels can be used with a fairly wide range of tire widths, but the wheel rim size must be correct in order for the tire to seat on the rim correctly.

The wheel rim size for the tire refers to the diameter of the tire at the point at which the tire contacts the wheel rim. This is also called the bead-seat diameter. This is usually expressed in millimeters, but most sizes have a common name that is expressed in inches. Unfortunately, the common name size for the tire is the typical outside diameter of the tire, not the wheel rim size. For example, the standard 26" mountain bike tire has a wheel rim size of 559mm, or 22 inches. Please refer to the information below to help determine your tire size.

Common Sizes

Older and Less Common Sizes


Select the activity(s) that best matches your expected use and bicycle type.

(Lightweight performance tires)
(Heavier weight tires for city riding and touring)
(Narrower knobby tires for road and trail)
(Wider knobby tires for off-road riding)
(Heaver weight tires designed for electric bikes)
(Studded tracion tires)
(Road bike tires designed for trainers and rollers)
(Ultralightweight tires for the Velodrome)
Once you've selected your activity(s), Click on Step 3 - Tire Type above.

Tire Types

Select the tire type(s) that best matches your wheel type and requirements.

(Lighter weight tires with Kevlar bead)
(Less expensive tires with steel bead)
(Tubeless ready rims required)
(Tires glue onto the rim)