Even though they’re so many multi tools out there ranging in size, tools, what they’re made from etc it’s sometimes difficult to find one that ticks all the boxes for you.
Obviously the perfect multi tool would be lightweight, small, all essential bits, strong, durable, easy to use, good leverage……
But the chances of one multi tool having the above would be extremely range as it’s partly about opinion and the other thing is the more tools and stronger the multi tool the more heavy it will be so it would be a case of trying to find the perfect mix for you.

For me one of the main things is the tool leverage so you can adjust tighter parts easier
The Spurcycle tool isn’t your stereotypical multi tool as the buts are all separate but this means you can use many different angles and ways to turn the tool which is extremely effective.

It is also lightweight and strong, it also comes in a smart yet usual wallet in with you can store things if you take it on a ride.
It would be a great idea to take it on a ride, due to the size and usefulness of the the tool if anything goes wrong on a ride I’d my more confident and comfortable if I had the Spurcycle tool with me rather another multi tool.

View and buy Spurcycles Tool here.


Further Info

A minimalist titanium tool designed to keep close in your jersey pocket. Ready to use without initiating a search and rescue procedure just to dig it out of your saddle bag.

Equipped with 10 swappable, chrome-coated S2 steel bits. Wrapped in a finely-stitched X-Pac carry case made in San Francisco—with enough space for your extra espresso money.

Machined with satisfying precision of Grade 5 titanium in Richmond, California.


  • Material:  Titanium / Chromed S2 Steel Bits
  • Finish: Machine Turned
  • Size: 30mm x 95mm
  • Bits: 2mm, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, T10, T25, P2
  • Weight: 90g
  • Origin: Made in USA


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Instagram: @Spurcycle
Twitter: @Spurcycle
Facebook: /Spurcycle


Review written by: Ryan O – #TotalMTB Founder
Instagram: @RazOldfield
Twitter: @RazOldfield

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