|Role||2-seat sport biplane|
|Manufacturer||Parks Air College|
|First flight||ca 1929|
The Parks P-2, powered by a 150 hp Axelson-Floco B engine was a biplane designed and built at the Parks Air College in the United States circa 1929. A change in engine type resulted in the Parks P-2A which was ultimately marketed as the Ryan Speedster after rights were bought by the Ryan company.
The Parks P-2A, became the "hero" of books by author Richard Bach who also owned an example. The college quickly left the manufacturing business, selling the P2A rights to Ryan as the Ryan Speedster, and later the Hammond 100.