Discover the history of the tire, since the discovery of the vulcanization of rubber up to the invention of the tubeless tire. It was the company Goodyear who discovered in 1839 the vulcanization of rubber.
John Boyd Dunlop, Scottish veterinary that lived in Ireland, was the person who first invented the tire in 1887. He designed an "air tube" surrounded by fabric woven cotton that he taped and nailed in a wooden rim. The result was better than it sounded. In July 23, 1888, J.B. Dunlop registered the patent that will evolve the tire.