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101.92 inches. The formula to get the circumference of a circle is simple, diameter (that's 28 in your question, right?) x 3.14. 28 x 3.14 = 101.92. Just look at the math I did. 28 x 3.14 1112 1680 +8400 10192 Since the decimal point in 3.14 is over two places and the decimal point in 28 is moved over 0 times 2+0=2, so you move the decimal point in the answer over two places which gives you 101.92 I hope you get it now!

The circumference of a circle is found by multiplying the diameter of a circle, in this case a 26 " bicycle wheel, by Pi which is 3.14156. 3.14156 x 26= 81.6814" divided by 12"= 6.8 feet. So one revolution of a 26" bike wheel is 6.8 feet.

A 26" bicycle wheel is the diameter of the rim plus the tire.

Q: How far does a 26 bicycle wheel go in 1 revolution?

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That all depends on the size of the wheel. A 26-inch bicycle tire rolls 6ft 10in in one revolution. A 7-ft tractor tire rolls 22ft in one revolution

Area of bicycle wheel: pi*13 squared = 169*pi or about 531 square inches

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radius=13 area=40.82 circumfrence=8.28025477707

Bicycles have pretty standard tire sizes from 16, 18, 20, 24, 26, 29 inch. There may be some special sizes out there. 26 is pretty standard for adult bikes.

26 sounds like you're talking about wheel size, which is doable. But what you should be talking about is frame size in which cass you'd want a fairly small one, say 16" for a MTB frame.

Wheel of Fortune - 1983 Exotic Far East 1 29-136 was released on: USA: 26 March 2012

The bigger the wheel, the easier/smoother it will roll over small obstacles. But the bigger it gets the weaker and heavier it gets. And eventually it gets so big that it will begin to affect the way it can be fitted into a reasonably normal-looking bike frame. The smaller the wheels become the stronger they get, but they will also ride bumpier. 26" is right there in the "harmonic" range of sizes for a bicycle wheel where it's big enough to roll smoothly, yet small enough to be strong & fit nicely into a frame.

Wheel of Fortune - 1983 Wheel Across America 3 26-58 was released on: USA: 26 November 2008

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To solve, you need how far is travelled in 1 minute and the circumference of the wheel (in the same units) which gives how far the wheel travels in one revolution; then dividing the former by the latter will give the revolutions per minute: I'll work in inches: There are 63360 inches in 1 mile and 60 minutes in 1 hour, thus: 10mph = 10 x 63360 ÷ 60 inches per minute = 10560 ipm circumference = π x diameter = 26π inches ⇒ revolutions per minute = 10560 ipm ÷ 26π ins ~= 129.3 rpm