I am trying to set up my new computer for the proper wheel size and am having some difficulty.

I have a Trek 700, which has 700x35 tires, and (I know you clydes will laugh) a 13.5" frame. (The frame size is irrelevant but it just makes me laugh to think of all you 6' plus guys and this shrimpy frame.)

The computer's instructions for the 'wheel size input' say:

Multiply the wheel diameter (d) in millimeters by 3.1416 to determine the wheel factor (c).Then it provides a table for wheel factor (in case you don't know how to multiply)

Wheel ---------------Wheel

Diameter (d) -------- Factor (c)

26" (650A) ---------2073

26.5" (Tubular) ---------2117

26.6" (700x25c) --------- 2124

26.8" (700x28c) --------- 2136

27" (700x32c) ---------2155

28" (700b) ---------2237

(w/tire)

ATB 24x1.75 --------- 1888

ATB 26x1.4 --------- 1995

ATB 26x1.5 --------- 2030

ATB 26x1.75 --------- 2045

ATB 26x2 (650B) ---------2099

27x1 ---------2136

27x1 1/4 ---------2155

Now, my problem is that when I multiply my wheel diameter, which the LBS told me is 35mm, I get 109.956 which does not seem to be a high enough number to be correct.

I then went with the high probability that the LBS was wrong and tried using 700 instead. That yields 2199.12, which seems more likely to be the correct answer.

So, is 2199 the right answer? and why isn't "700x35" on the damn chart????