Do Patents Tell Us What’S Next For Bicycle Technology? Not Necessarily.

Do patents tell us what’s next for bicycle technology? Not necessarily.

What does it mean when a major bike company has a patent for an innovative product? It's a glimpse into the future, but not a guarantee. Read the full article at Do patents tell us what’s next for bicycle technology? Not necessarily. on VeloNews.com .

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