Posted by Logan Watts
Spurcycle, creators of one of the nicest bicycle bells available, just launched a new titanium, made-in-the-USA multi-tool. Wrapped in a slim fabric case — that can also be used as a wallet — the minimalist tool looks like an interesting addition to an everyday carry kit, or a nice easy-access tool for adjustments while out bikepacking.
Machined from Grade 5 titanium at Paragon Machine Works in California, Spurcycle’s Tool consists of a compact body with sliding handle that allows for quick T-form or L-form leverage depending on adjustment. Chrome-coated S2 steel bits can be swapped into the driver. And because they are standard bits, they can easily be replaced if damaged or lost. The Spurcycle Ti Tool includes the following bits: Hex 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8mm + T10 Torx, T25, and Phillips #2.
The stitched carry case is made in San Francisco. It’s designed to stow in a jersey pocket or top tube bag with no sharp edges to dig into your back or affect other items. Plus there is enough room to securely stash a $20 bill, a driver’s license or a couple glueless patches.
Spurcycle’s Ti Tool weighs about 90 grams all told and will retail for $69. you can pre-order the Spurcycle Ti Tool at their website now and will ship approximately 2 weeks after order date.