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Bike Parts: Different Parts of A Bike with Interesting ESL Image

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Bike parts vocabulary! The following article introduces a list of different parts of a bicycle with useful example sentences and interesting ESL printable infographic.

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Bike Parts in English

Bike Parts

Different Bike Parts List

  • Saddle
  • Handlebar
  • Crossbar
  • Seat post
  • Break level
  • Break capable
  • Fork
  • Rim
  • Tire
  • Hub
  • Pedal
  • Crank
  • Chainrings
  • Chain
  • Chainstays
  • Spokes
  • Seat stays
  • Wheel
  • Rear rack
  • Seat post
  • Frame

Bicycle Parts Name with Examples


  • The bicycle saddle is too high for this child.


  • Tom clamped the horn to the handlebar of his bicycle.


  • The problem with this horizontal crossbar was that women all used to wear dresses.

Seat post

  • Seat post fits into sliding seat block and can slide up and down to adjust for height.


  • A fork typically consists of two blades which are joined at the top by a fork crown.


  • A nail pierced the tire of his bike.


  • Many populace type wheel hub surface treatment craft is a baking varnish.


  • He struggled to pedal his bicycle up the hill.


  • Many people are unaware of the recall because the bikes can work perfectly before the crank suddenly breaks off.


  • My bike chain was clanking in an alarming way as I pedalled along.

Seat stays

  • The user fixes ohm holder to bicycle seat stays, ensuring the holder is in line with the ohm magnets.


  • I got my bag caught in the wheel of my bicycle.
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Rear rack

  • Total rated load is 130 kg, 25 kg on the sturdy, suspended rear rack, designed particularly for the high stresses of trike riding.

Seat post

  • Here you can see the underside of the seat post support.


  • This is a bicycle frame.
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John Paul

Thursday 16th of July 2020

Break capable? Break capble? Really?!


Monday 26th of October 2020

i think its break cable...