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650B / 27.5" Bicycle Tires from Harris Cyclery
(ISO: 584 mm)

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This is the size used on most older French touring, tandem and utility bikes. Currently, it is popular on steel framed randonneuring and commuting bikes.
It is also known as the "new" 27.5" size found mostly on mountain bikes.

This size was also used on a few models from Raleigh (Portage) and Schwinn (Frontier, Mirada
and labeled as 26x1-1/2". (This is not the same as the Canadian 26x1-1/2" size-that's 571 mm.)

I.S.O.
Size
Traditional
Size
BrandModelPriceDescription
NEW!
38-584
650x38BCompassLoup Loup Pass

Standard & Extralight versions

Folding Tire

buy buttonCompass Loup Loup Pass  Compass Loup Loup Pass
The Compass line of tires is designed to offer optimum performance above all. They incorporate the results of eight years of tire testing by Bicycle Quarterly magazine. Their supple casing is key to making these tires roll faster than most. It also absorbs vibrations and shocks better, making these tires supremely comfortable. The tire tread was designed to offer optimum cornering adhesion and precision, both in wet and dry conditions.
NEW!
42-584
650x42BCompassBabyshoe Pass

Standard & Extralight versions

Folding Tire

buy buttonCompass Babyshoe Pass  Compass Babyshoe Pass
NEW!
48-584
650x48BCompassSwitchback Hill

Standard & Extralight versions

Folding Tire

buy buttonCompass Switchback Hill  Compass Switchback Hill
32-584650x32BGrand BoisCypres

Folding Tire

buy buttonGrand Bois Lierre
Made in Japan.
38-584650x38BPanaracerCol de la Vie TRM65buy buttonPanaracer col de la vie
Randonneur skinwall, super Japanese quality.
40-584650x40BKendaGlobe Trotter TRM60 buy buttonKenda Globetrotter
Chinese knockoff of classic French design, gum wall. Tread may not be exactly as pictured.
Tubes650B 584 x 35-43mmQ-TubesPresta 32mm Valve buy button Finally! 650B specific tubes! Note: This tube is too narrow for the newer 27.5" MTB size.
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