Park

The largest bicycle tool manufacturer in the world. Park Tool didn't earn that title for anything other than hard work, selling the best products, and providing great customer service. Park Tool has a selection of nearly 300 products to get any repair job done right. They promise there will always be a blue tool for the evolving modern bicycle. 

 

 "We are not standing still: Park Tool Co. continues to develop and refine bicycle repair tools and equipment to improve the service and efficiency of all bicycle mechanics, professional or hobbyist. We will continue to be an active part in the advancement of the sport of bicycling."

Location: 
5115 Hadley Ave N
St. Paul , MN
United States
45° 1' 21.9972" N, 92° 58' 6.6936" W
Minnesota US

Park Tutorials

Santa on a Bike

The Bike Tube Presents: 2014 Holiday Cyclist Gift Guide

Everyone at The Bike Tube loves bike stuff. From parts, to tools, to accessories, we have your guide for great holiday gifts in every price range! 

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Company: Park
Type: Blog entry
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How to Stop External Bottom Bracket Creaks and Remove Cranks

Taking off crank and eliminating creaks:

This video will deal with external bottom bracket styles. You will need a chain breaker, bottom bracket puller, 8mm allen, 4-5-6 mm allen, a...

Company: Park
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Installing and Adjusting Sram Red DoubleTap Shifters

This video will show you how to install and adjust Sram DoubleTap Shifters.

You will need the following tools and supplies: a 2.5 & 5 mm hex wrenches, a torque wrench, a pair of cable...

Company: Park
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Mounting of CeramicSpeed with BB30 Bottom Brackets and Tool

CeramicSpeed bearings are hand made in Denmark from the finest quality components and special CeramicSpeed balls. Each part is designed to have the lowest friction possible and the longest...

Company: CeramicSpeed
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Installing Press Fit Ceramic Bearings in BB95 Bottom Bracket

Installation of Press-Fit bottom bracket ceramic bearings on a 2011 Gary Fisher Superfly 100 Elite.
Company: Park
Type: Repair Tutorial
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DIY How to Quickly Repair Rapid Fire Trigger Bike Shifters

If you’re rapid fire trigger shifter is having trouble catching or shifting properly, there is an easy way to get the shifter working properly again.

There first thing to do is rotate the...

Part shifters
Company: Park
Type: Repair Tutorial
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How to Pack Your Bicycle in a Bike Box for Travel

The Bike Tube Hint: Don’t rush off and buy a professional bike box or bike bag. First head over to your local bike shop and ask if they have any leftover boxes from when bikes were shipped to...

Company: Park
Type: Repair Tutorial
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How to Replace Internally Routed Cables on a Bike

Do you have any tips on how to replace internally routed cables? I always dread changing mine.

Nearly every mechanic has cursed the widespread adoption of internally routed cables for the...

Company: Park
Type: Repair Tutorial
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DIY Set Derailleur Limits

It's good to push things to the limit when you're rock climbing or running a 5K but the derailleur on your bike should stay well within it's set range. The upper and lower limits of your...

Company: Park
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Wash Your Bike at Home Like a Pro

It's probably the most iconic sequence in cycling cinematography, the opening scene from the 1977 documentary "A Sunday in Hell" about Paris-Roubaix. It shows a mechanic washing a team bike,...

Part Whole Bike
Company: Easton
Type: Repair Tutorial
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DIY How to True a Wheel on Bike with No Truing Stand

Today, we’re going to show you how to true a wheel right off your bicycle. This isn’t what is normally done at the shop, but if you’re at home or out on the trail you can touch up your wheel and...

Company: Park
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Install Campagnolo Over Torque (BB30) Bottom Bracket and Cranks

In this video, we're going to show you how to fit a Campagnolo over torque bottom bracket and change set. The over torque bottom bracket is a standard BB 30 press fit. To do this job, you'll need...

Company: Park
Type: Repair Tutorial
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DIY Fix a Loose Headset

There's a lot of moving parts on a bike that we often take for granted. Most riders don't think twice about our seat until it starts swiveling or our pedals until they get stuck. Along those same...

Part headset
Company: Park
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Install Stan's NoTubes Tubeless Conversion Kit on a Non-Tubeless Wheel

Here you're going to see how to install a Stan's tubeless kit into a non-Stan's mountain wheel. The tools you're going to need: a drill with 3/8 inch bit, the proper kit (refer to...

Company: Kenda
Type: Repair Tutorial
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How to Cut, Trim, & Lubricate Brake and Shift Housing and Cables

Your brake and shift cables connect you to your brakes and derailleurs, and are what you use to tell you brakes and derailleurs what you want them to do. Most cables are open to...

Company: Park
Type: Repair Tutorial
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How to Install a Star Nut in a Bicycle Fork

I'm going to show you how to install a star nut into your bicycle fork.

Star Nut in Fork

In order to install the star nut straight into the...

Company: Park
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Maintenance for Shimano Saint Pedals

Today, I’m going to show you how to look after your Shimano Saint pedals. You don’t need many tools and you just need a bit of grease, so there’s no reason not to get your hands dirty. Shimano...

Part pedals
Company: Park
Type: Repair Tutorial
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How to Remove a Bike Stem

I'm going to show you how to remove the stem from your bicycle. First thing you want to do is to make sure that your wheel has been removed so that when you disassemble the top cap...

Company: Avid
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Bicycle Wheel Cartridge Bearing Maintenance

Ian wants to know: the bearings in my Roval wheel feel rough when I spin them around. How do I replace the bearings or overhaul my hub?

The quick way to overhaul cartridge bearings is...

Part hubs wheels
Company: Easton
Type: Repair Tutorial
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DIY Change a Mountainbike Handlebar Stem

For many consumers, once they buy their new bike they'll never think twice about the handlebar stem as it generally doesn't cause the rider any problems. There are times though when a bad spill...

Company: Park
Type: Repair Tutorial