What are the bicycle tire sizes?
There are many standards for bicycle wheel sizes. The most common is British standard wheels, which are gradually enlarged and reduced in a phase of 2 inches. Common wheel sizes are 16 inches, 18 inches, 20 inches, 24 inches, 26 inches, and 28 inches.
Bicycle tire tread selection
Choice of tread
Complex tread patterns mean better grip, but it also brings greater resistance. So you need to balance the pursuit of speed and better grip.
Light tires: generally designed for road bikes, city/commuter bikes, station wagons, and some mountain bikes. The smooth tread has almost no pattern, which can bring less rolling resistance. The smooth surface is designed for smooth roads, such as oil parking roads, clean and level roads, which will make you ride faster and easier. Some light tires have grooves on the sides to improve the grip when turning, especially when you ride on roads that have been soaked in water.
Semi-gloss tires: Compared with all-gloss tires, this type of tire is designed with rubber blocks on the sides. The smooth tread in the center of the tire can reduce the rolling resistance of the tire while facilitating acceleration. The side tooth blocks are further improved. The grip for turning. Such tires are generally used on light off-road roads.