motorbike /ˈməʊtərbaɪk/ (noun) a road vehicle with two wheels, driven by an engine, with one seat for the driver and often a seat for a passenger behind the driver Example: My mother goes to work by motorbike.
wheel /wiːl/ (noun) one of the round objects under a car, bicycle, bus, etc. that turns when it moves Example: He braked suddenly, causing the front wheels to skid.
tyre /ˈtaɪər/ (noun) a thick rubber ring that fits around the edge of a wheel of a car, bicycle, etc. Example: Someone had slashed the tyres on her car.
mirror /ˈmɪrər/ (noun) a piece of special flat glass that reflects images, so that you can see yourself when you look in it Example: He looked at himself in the mirror.
brake /breɪk/ (noun) a device for slowing or stopping a vehicle Example:
headlight /ˈhedlaɪt/ (noun) a large light, usually one of two, at the front of a vehicle; the beam from this light Example:
tail light /ˈteɪl laɪt/ (noun) a red light at the back of a car, bicycle or train Example:
turn signal /ˈtɜːrn sɪɡnəl/ (noun) a light on a vehicle that flashes to show that the vehicle is going to turn left or right Example:
fuel tank /fjuː(ə)l taŋk/ is a safe container for flammable fluids. Example: