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Tyra (Japanese: ミサ Misa) is a character of the day who appeared in The Bridge Bike Gang. She is a member of a Biker gang who have claimed Cycling Road as their territory. They battle Trainers who are traveling across the bridge.

She and Chopper, another member of the gang, are old friends of Jessie and James, as they were once part of the bike gang.

Tyra battled Misty with her Cloyster. Tyra seemed to have the upper hand, but because of Team Rocket's disturbance, the battle was undecided. Tyra recognized Jessie as "Big Jess". She and the rest of the gang were ultimately scared away by the police; however, upon convincing Jessie, James, and Meowth to ride in the storm, she returned to the cycling road. There, she and the other members helped Ash deliver the medicine to the sick Shellder in Sunnytown.


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Tyra's Cloyster
Tyra used her Cloyster in her battle against Misty. At first, Misty attempts to use her Starmie, but Psyduck popped out instead, and Misty decided to give it a try. Psyduck hadn't any clues about what it was supposed to do, and so Tyra and the bike gang roared with laughter. Misty told Psyduck to use Tail Whip, which didn't give any result and only got the gang laughing harder. Upon Tyra's command, Cloyster then opened its shell and used Clamp on Psyduck's tail, causing it to scream in pain. Due to this, Tyra declared herself the winner of the match.

Cloyster's only known move is Clamp.

Debut The Bridge Bike Gang
Voice actors
English Michael Haigney

Voice actresses

Language Voice actor
Japanese 木藤聡子 Satoko Kitō
English Amanda Goodman
Arabic فدوى سليمان Fadwa Souleimane
Finnish Jenni Sivonen
Norwegian Lena Meieran
Polish Renata Berger
Spanish Latin America Ishtar Sáenz
Spain Lydia Zorrilla


  • In Pocket Monsters Film Comic Volume 10, this character is referred to as 「ミカ」 Mika in the character profile. However, in the chapter itself, she is referred to as 「ミサ」 Misa, like in the original episode.
  • Her name is a pun on "tire," a reference to her being part of a bike gang.

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