HandlebarHandlebar
The handlebar is used to steer your Mountain Bike.
saddle
A seat on a bicycle.A seat on a bicycle.
The rigid supporting structure of a bike.
Each of a pair of
supports in which a
bicycle or motorcycle
wheel revolves.
Two circular objects that revolves on an axle,
fixed below the bike to enable it to move over
the ground.
Each of a pair of foot- operated levers for powering a
bicycle.
A device for slowing or stopping a
bike, typically by applying pressure
to the wheels.
A powerful light at the front of a bike.
Each of several projections on the rim of
a wheel that engage with the links of the
chain.
A rubber covering, typically inflated or
surrounding an inflated inner tube, placed round
a wheel to form a soft contact w...
A mechanical device using suction or pressure to
force air into the tyre.
A mirror fixed to the
handlebar of a bike enabling
the rider to see the vehicle or
road behind.
A bicycle
A bicycle
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A bicycle

  1. 1. HandlebarHandlebar The handlebar is used to steer your Mountain Bike.
  2. 2. saddle A seat on a bicycle.A seat on a bicycle.
  3. 3. The rigid supporting structure of a bike.
  4. 4. Each of a pair of supports in which a bicycle or motorcycle wheel revolves.
  5. 5. Two circular objects that revolves on an axle, fixed below the bike to enable it to move over the ground.
  6. 6. Each of a pair of foot- operated levers for powering a bicycle.
  7. 7. A device for slowing or stopping a bike, typically by applying pressure to the wheels.
  8. 8. A powerful light at the front of a bike.
  9. 9. Each of several projections on the rim of a wheel that engage with the links of the chain.
  10. 10. A rubber covering, typically inflated or surrounding an inflated inner tube, placed round a wheel to form a soft contact with the road.
  11. 11. A mechanical device using suction or pressure to force air into the tyre.
  12. 12. A mirror fixed to the handlebar of a bike enabling the rider to see the vehicle or road behind.

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