Park Tool - Patents

Patents

The founders of Park Tool along with James E. Johnson developed a clamping device on their original bike repair stand, for which they received a United States Patent in 1976. The company has applied for and has been granted many patents since then, including a pizza cutter shaped like a penny-farthing. and several patents for bicycle specific repair tools.

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