The word tire is a noun. Tire means (1) hoop that covers a wheel.
Tire is also a verb that means (1) exhaust or tire through overuse or great strain or stress, (2) get tired of something or somebody, (3) cause to be bored, (4) deplete.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word tire.
A bicycle pump is a cycling accessory that is used to fill bicycle tire tubes with air. The floor-fit pump, the frame-fit pump, and the mini pump are three common bicycle pump styles.
Visit this tires retailer directory for information about tire retailers in the United States. The photo on this web page depicts the treads on three new tires.
The right bicycle accessories are a must for a safe and enjoyable cycling experience. Bicycle accessories include helmets, water bottles and cages, a spare tube, a tire pump, tire levers, and more.
Visit this brakes and brake linings supplier directory for information about brake and brake lining manufacturers and wholesalers in the USA. The 3d illustration on this page depicts a disc brake, a wheel, and a tire.
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