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If the tyre that's on the bike says 700x35 then yes, these tyres will fit. 700 refers to the wheel diameter so if this matches they should go on your wheels. The 35 indicates the tyre thickness (racer wheels are usually 28 x 700 vs hybrid wheels being 32 x 700 and mountain bike wheels being 42 x 700 or over).
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If the tyre that's on the bike says 700x35 then yes, these tyres will fit. 700 refers to the wheel diameter so if this matches they should go on your wheels. The 35 indicates the tyre thickness (racer wheels are usually 28 x 700 vs hybrid wheels being 32 x 700 and mountain bike wheels being 42 x 700 or over).
Depending on what you want to use them for pick out the size based on the smaller number. If you want to do touring or some distance or commuting on your bike and will be on decently surfaced roads pick something thinner 700 x 32 for instance, if you think you'll be going off road from time to time or you live in the woods and need to commute to the local log cabin to have an affair with Helga the wood dwelling babushka then pick something a little thicker, 700 x 35 or 38.
Anyway, hope this was helpful. BTW these tyres really are excellent quality. I have done a few thousand km on them and yet to see a puncture. One tube exploded due to the hot weather, but no punctures. see less
If the tyre that's on the bike says 700x35 then yes, these tyres will fit. 700 refers to the wheel diameter so if this matches they should go on your wheels. The 35 indicates the tyre thickness (racer wheels are usually 28 x 700 vs hybrid wheels being 32 x 700 and mountain bike wheels being 42 x 700 or over).
Depending on what you want to use them for pick out the size based on the smaller number. If you want to do touring or some distance or commuting on your bike and will be on decently surfaced roads pick something thinner 700 x 32 for instance, if you think you'll be going off road from time to time or you live in the woods and need to commute to the local log cabin to have an affair with Helga the wood dwelling babushka then pick something a little thicker, 700 x 35 or 38.
Anyway, hope this was helpful. BTW these tyres really are excellent quality. I have done a few thousand km on them and yet to see a puncture. One tube exploded due to the hot weather, but no punctures.

By Garion on 09 May 2014
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Can you ask this question again - this time with punctuation?
It makes no sense at all.

By Fata Morgana on 15 February 2015
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Hello, The 700x35 size will be suitable for you, these will be slightly narrower than your current tyres however
By E-BikesDirect SELLER on 23 March 2017
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I would say yes, that would be ok, but not the exact size they're recommending, ie 1.5" up to 1.95". I think 1.75" seems to be the most common size for tubes and tyres.
By paulsco on 01 May 2016
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Check your current tyre size and if the Marathon plus are the same size they will. But they are quite difficult to fit ... watch a YouTube video first before you consider. Mind you, once fitted they are as tough as boots and the reflective tyre wall is brilliant on dark mornings/evenings.
By H & N on 07 January 2014
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Hi,
the listing for the 26 x 1.35 tyre is the 775g in the drop down list on the below link: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00FM3JHPY. They cost £34.82 each inclusive of postage.
I hope this helps.

By Adventure Northumberland SELLER on 10 July 2014
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Don't really know about your bike type but i have them fitted on my Boardman Pro & have not had a puncture yet, use to get them about twice a week at least. Bit heavier & found road grip is not as good as before but would not go back to old tyres. Mine are 26" wheels. Commute 14 miles a day in London.
By Robert Groom on 05 April 2014
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i do long distance touring and would not have any other tyre than the marathon tyre which has never punctured . a slight increase in weight is irrelevant
By D. North on 15 May 2017
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If you've got a mountain bike dont bother with these theyre way too thin, go for schwalbe balloon tyres instead. Theyre road tyres but much wider.
By Anthony Howard on 24 July 2014