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Publication numberUS1435625 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateNov 14, 1922
Filing dateJun 22, 1921
Priority dateJun 22, 1921
Publication numberUS 1435625 A, US 1435625A, US-A-1435625, US1435625 A, US1435625A
InventorsSchwinn Frank W
Original AssigneeSchwinn Frank W
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Motor-cycle stand
US 1435625 A
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F. W. SCHWINN.

MOTOR CYCLE STfiND. APPLICATION FILED JUNE 22,1921.

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FRANK W. SCHWINN, (1F CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.

MOTOR-CYCLE STAND.

Application filed June 22, 1921. Serial No. 479,510. 7 all whom it may concern: foot will be locked against rotary more Be it known that I, F RANK IV. SOHWINN, ment about the. bolt 15; This may be true a citizen of the United States, residing at in either the down or up positions of the 3700 Cortland Street, Chicago, in the foot as shown in Figs. 1- and respectivelv.

5 county of Cook and State of Illinois, have With the foot 16 in the down position as 60 invented a new and useful Improvement in shown in Figs. 2 and 4: the weight of the Motor-Cycle btands, of which the following motor cycle will partly rest upon the foot i a s e ifi ation, v 1.6 and consequently a side pressure on this his invention relates to motor cycle foot will not cause it to swing up and thus stands and the like and is fully described permit the motor cycle to topple over. 5 in the following specification and shown in With the foot in inoperative position as the accompanying drawings, in which: shown in Fig. 3 it is necessary to provide Figure 1 is a diagrammatic side elevation some locking means, otherwise a sudden jolt of a motor cycle mounted in operative posimight cause the foot 16 to jump up and to tion thereon; swing down and into the operative posi- Fig. 2is an enlarged partial section on the tion at which time there would be great line 2 of Fig. 1 showing the stand in opdanger that it would strike the road way erative position; and cause the rider to be thrown. In order Fig. 3 is a similar view showing the stand to prevent this I have provided a depres- 20 in inoperative position; S1011 2O inside of the foot 16 and a plunger Flg. 4 is an enlarged detail of the con 21 engageable therewith and forced outnection of the foot when in operative posiwardly by means of the spring 22.

tion;- It will thus be seen that with the foot in Fig. 5 is a similar view of the connection the position shown in Fig. 5, the plunger 25 with the foot in inoperative position; 21 will fall into the depression 20 and will Fig. 6 is a partial plan view of the suphold the foot in this position. A considport for the foot; and erable jerk is required to unlock the foot so Fig. 7 is an enlarged partial section on that accidental release is precluded. In the line 7 showing the ground engaging end order to lock this member it is first turned 30 of the support. to the up position and a blow of the hand In the embodiment illustrated the motor drops it down into locked position. cycle frame has a side bar 10 extending In Fig. 7 is shown the ground gripping along the side of the rear wheel 11. The foot which consists of a series of sharp conlug 12 is secured to the frame member 10 centric corrugations 23.

85 as by means of a bolt 13. This lug extends lVhile I have shown and described but a to the side of the motor cycle and has a single embodiment of my invention, it is to bifurcated ear 14 through which extends a be understood that it is capable of many bolt 15. modifications. Changes, therefore, in the A foot 16 has a narrow end 17 which fits construction and arrangement may be made 40 between the bifurcated ears 1% and has an without departing from the spirit and scope elongated slot .18 which extends parallel to of the invention as disclosed in the appended the sides of the foot. claims, in which it is my intention to claim An inclined wall 19 is formed between the all novelty inherent in my invention as bifurcated ears 14 and at a distance from the broadly as possible in view of the prior art.

45 center of the bolt 15 equal to half the width Vhat I claim as new and desire to secure of the end 17. The end 17 of the foot is by Letters Patent is: rounded and the slot 18 extends near enough 1. A stand for motor cycles and the like to this end to permit the foot 16 to'be freely comprising a member adapted to be secured swung about the bolt 15 through an arc of to the frame of the motor cycle, a foot 50 180, so long as the bolt 15 is maintained hingedly mounted on said member and at the outer end of the slot 18. adapted to swing up to an inoperative posi- It will be clear, however, that as the foot tion and to swing down so as to reach the 16 is swung so as to be parallel to the wall ground in an operative position, a longi- 19 and moves endwise so as to place the tudinal slot in said foot having parallel 55 bolt 15 at the inner end of the slot 18, the sides, a pin on said member passing through said slot and a wall on said member adjacent said pin, and at a distance there from equal to half the thickness of said "root at the slotted end whereby the weight of the frame in the ope ative position holds the foot locked against said Wall.

2. A stand for motor cycles and the like comprising a member adapted to be secured to the frame of the motor cycle, a foot hingedly mounted on said member adapted to swing to an inoperative position and to swing down so as to reach the ground in an operative position, a longitudinal slot in said foot apin on said. member passing; through said slot, a Will on said member adjacent said pin and at a distance therefrom equal to half the thickness oi said foot at the slotted end, a depression in the side of said foot at the slotted end and a spring pressed plunger adapted to engage said depression When the foot is raised to the inoperative position and the pin is at the inner end of said slot, to hold the foot in said position.

3. A stand for motor cycles and the like comprising a member adapted to be secured to the frame of the motor cycle, a foot hingedly mounted on said member and adapted to swing up to an inoperative position and to swing down so as to reach the ground in an operative position, a longitudin'al slot in said foot, a pin on said member passing through said slot, a Wall on said member adjacent said pin, and at a distance therefrom equal to half the thickness of'said foot at the slotted end, whereby the foot is held by said Wall in both operative and inoperative positions When the pin is at the inner end of the slot, and means operable by the longitudinal movement of said foot for holding it in either of said positions.

FRANK WV. SCHWINN.

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US3384389 *Nov 1, 1967May 21, 1968Nova Products Of California InCombination kickstand and footrest for motorcycles
US4026574 *Nov 19, 1975May 31, 1977Bolt Vehicles, Inc.Combination kickstand and footrest
US4494764 *Jan 27, 1983Jan 22, 1985Kelley Richard WMotorcycle lift and method
US6502844Aug 23, 2000Jan 7, 2003Stephen M. WinlandMotorcycle kickstand and detent mechanism
Classifications
U.S. Classification280/301, 403/119, 403/103
International ClassificationB62H1/00, B62H1/02
Cooperative ClassificationB62H1/02
European ClassificationB62H1/02