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Depends on the width of your rim and the clearance in your frame and fork. has a list of recommended tire widths for various rim widths, but in general they're quite forgiving. Unless you're already off by one from the optimum fit you can probably go to 700x32, if you have the fork and frame clearance for it.

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Q: Set of 700 cc racing bike wheels you been using 700 x 25 tires you want to move up to a wider tire What is size is the maximun that you can go up to?
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