A tubeless tire is just that – a tire without an inner tube. It's not recommended for a motorcycle because it tends to deflate rapidly when it's punctured, which would cause sudden loss of control for the rider.
A tire that retains air without an inner tube. An inner tube (used on a tube-type tire) is necessary to retain air pressure when the wheel design or the tire cannot do so. However, an inner tube typically deflates rapidly when punctured, and this sudden deflation can cause a quick reduction of control on a motorcycle. A tubeless tire typically deflates much more slowly, providing a motorcyclist with warning before control is reduced significantly. Whether a tube-type or tubeless tire is chosen normally depends on the kind of wheel to which it is fitted.
A tire which does not have a tube. Air is sealed in the tire chamber because the bead of the tire adheres to the tire's rim. First developed by B. F. Goodrich in 1948. All F1 tires are currently of the tubeless type.
pneumatic tire not needing an inner tube to be airtight
A special kind of tire that does not require a tube.
A tire that does not require an inner tube. This type of tire construction utilizes an innerliner inside the casing, preventing air leakage.
A tire having an integral inside rubber liner to retain air; mounted directly on the rim.