Comprehensive Bike Specific Multi-Tools

Park Tool MT-20

Multi-tools are not one size fits all. With bikes becoming more specialized, we need tools that match the specific type of bike we are riding that day, but don’t want to be bogged down in stuff. For this reason, Barfly came out with a multi-use tool line and Park Tool introduced the MT line of ride along tools–each tool is streamlined to contain only what is needed for each type of bike, whether road cycling or commuting.

The Park Tool MT-10 is optimized for road bikes–small, light and containing just the basics you need to repair a mechanical while out on a ride.

  • 3, 4, 5 and 8mm hex wrenches
  • T25 Torx compatible driver
  • Combo cross/straight tip screwdriver
  • Key ring holder
  • Weighs only 76g
  • MSRP $23.95

The MT-20 (pictured top) is optimized for triathlon and racing bikes with its built-in CO2 cartridge inflator adapter (genius!).

  • 3, 4, 5 and 8mm hex wrenches
  • T25 Torx compatible driver
  • Combo cross/straight tip screwdriver
  • CO2 cartridge inflator adapter
  • Key ring holder
  • Weighs only 95g
  • MSRP $31.95

Park Tool Mt-30

The MT-30 is optimized for urban and commuter bikes with their bolt-on wheels, racks, lights, and accessories that all have specific bolts.

  • 2.5, 3, 4, 5 and 8mm hex wrenches
  • T25 and T30 Torx compatible driver
  • 8 and 15mm box wrenches
  • Combo cross/straight tip screwdriver
  • CO2 cartridge inflator adapter
  • Key ring holder
  • Weighs only 153g
  • MSRP $33.95

Park Tool MT-40

Finally, the MT-40 is optimized for mountain bikes–it contains just about everything you need to get out of the woods after a mechanical.

  • 2.5, 3, 4, 5 and 8mm hex wrenches
  • T25 and T30 Torx compatible driver
  • Combo cross/straight tip screwdriver
  • CO2 cartridge inflator adapter
  • Chain tool
  • Key ring holder
  • Weighs only 243g
  • MSRP $54.95
Barfly CO2 inflator

Photo Credit: ClippedIn

In addition to their fantastic carbon fiber Garmin mount, Barfly had a combination CO2 inflator/tire lever on display at Interbike. If you break the tire lever, simply remove the mounting screw and replace it.

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