It sounds to me like the Russian "vyehlosiped" (spelled Roman phonetically at least) is a loanword from "velocipede," an archaic version of "bicycle."
I've found that learning the Cyrillic alphabet (fairly easy to do if you have a page like this (https://i.pinimg.com/originals/0d/a5/8f/0da58faccdc782596c2bd7f15ba271d5.jpg) up alongside the lesson helps quite a bit, made even better if you write out the Cyrillic on a notebook, then translate the letters into Roman (English alphabet). Many of the Russian words in this opening lesson are almost exact to English or are very close (like "svityehr" to "sweater"). Works for me at least. I'd say give it a try.
So for me, the combination of writing out the word in a recognizable alphabet and comparing it to the Cyrillic, at least for me, makes it easier to remember both the word and begin to recognize the new alphabet. If that answers your question.
Family Guy Star Wars #3
«Пейджинг Пии Вии Херман, Мистер Пии Вии Херман.»
«Я находил мой велосипед!» giggles
д at the end of the word it's pronounced t // г at the end of the word it's pronounced k // Б at the end of the word it's pronounced п // в at the end of the word it's pronounced ф // з at the end of the word it's pronounced с // щ at the end of the word it's pronounced ш
I think it would be amazing if I could practice typing the word with the proper spelling on the screen rather than relying on my limited memory of the spelling.
Not being sarcastic, the word bicycle is really holding me up. If I can see the letters as I type them in the order I need to type them, I'd do so much better.