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Study the word list: Bicycles

words for parts of a bike and other related items

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Handlebars
He flew over the handlebars in the crash. *
brakes
Always test your brakes before going on a long journey. *
pump
Use the pump to inflate the tyres. *
journey
We went on a fantastic journey together. *
Gloves
She has some new leather gloves.
saddle
The new saddle was uncomfortable at first. *
Lights
Lights are essential when riding a bike at night. *
Chain
The chain had broken and would need to be repaired. *
Spokes
The spokes of the wheel were bent. *
lock
The lock clicked when I turned the key. *
Bell
I attached a new bell to my bicycle. *
Wheels
His new bike had alloy wheels. *
pressure
Pressure is defined as force per unit area. *
Gears
Her new bike had four gears. *
valve
The valve regulates the air in the tyre. *
Tyres British English spelling
This bike is useless because it has no tyres. *
tread
The tread on the tyres had worn out. *
puncture
Tom had a puncture in his back tyre. *
Marathon
James will compete in a Marathon next month. *
race
Everyone wanted to win the race. *

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