WALD's first invention was not actually a bicycle cage. Rather, it was a bicycle tire repair tool. It seems that WALD's business was booming due to the success of the tire repair tool "Wald Tire Repair Tool" released in 1905. (It means that it existed before the Model T Ford.) In 1924, Maysville, Kentucky became the new home of WALD, and through contracts with American bicycle manufacturers such as Schwinn, Huffy, Murray, and Roadmaster, WALD produced millions of parts annually for bicycles of all shapes and sizes. was producing. During that time, WALD has accumulated patents for bicycle baskets, training wheels, kickstands, racks, handlebars, fenders, pedals, etc., and continues to manufacture bicycle parts using revolutionary methods. up to. Yes, no other American bicycle parts manufacturer has such a long history.