bike
bike /baɪk/
(n) a bicycle
Example: I usually go to work by bike.


chain
chain /tʃeɪn/
(n) a series of connected metal rings, used for pulling or fastening things; a length of chain used for a particular purpose
Example: Budget-priced hotel chains have made a huge impact in the industry


front brake
front brake /frʌnt breɪk/

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gears
gears /ɡɪəz/
equipment in a vehicle that changes the relation between engine speed (or pedal speed on a bicycle) and the speed of the wheels moving forwards or backwards
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handlebar
handlebar /ˈhand(ə)lbɑː/
a metal bar, with a handle at each end, that you use for controlling the direction in which a bicycle or motorcycle moves
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kickstand
kickstand /ˈkɪkstand/
a long straight piece of metal fixed to a bicycle or a motorbike, used to make the bike stand upright when the bike is not in use
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pedal
pedal /ˈpɛd(ə)l/
a flat bar on a machine such as a bicycle, car, etc. that you push down with your foot in order to make parts of the machine move or work
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rear brake
rear brake /rɪə breɪk/

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saddle
saddle /ˈsad(ə)l/
a leather seat for a rider on a horse
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training wheel
training wheel /ˈtreɪnɪŋ wiːl/
are an additional wheel or wheels mounted parallel to the rear wheel of a bicycle that assist learners until they have developed a usable sense of balance on the bicycle.
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valve
valve /valv/
a device for controlling the flow of a liquid or gas, letting it move in one direction only
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