Bike tools have become sleeker and smaller to stuff in and on your bike. We’ve tested tons of these products to see how well they work and how easily they can be stashed. Below are a few essentials for your everyday repairs and maintenance.
Wolf Tooth Components Encase System Storage Sleeves
These two bar-end tools cover most trailside repairs, and the swiveling head on the hex-wrench side allows for a good amount of leverage on all bits. Read more.
OneUp Components EDC Lite Tool
$40.00 | $32.00 sale
This tool is just as sturdy and useful as ever, and it’s a little easier to extract than the former version. Read more.
Topeak Tubi 18 Multi-Tool
Alongside all of that puncture-plugging goodness the Tubi 18 has a small lock-blade knife that’s just long enough for cutting zip ties or excess tire plug material. Read more.
Lezyne Digital Shock Drive Pump
The accuracy of this pump is a winner all around, plus it’s packable. Read more.
Wolf Tooth Components B-RAD Accessory Strap Mount
If your bottle cage real estate is spoken for you can add a second holder with the brand’s B-Rad Double Bottle Adapter or extended Mounting bases. Read more.
Topeak Quick Turn Knob PrepStand Pro
$349.95 | $299.95 sale
The Topeak Prepstand Pro is a dialed and seamless bike repair stand that mechanics and DIYers will appreciate. Read more.
Dynaplug Racer Tubeless Repair Kit
It plugs massive holes that sealant won’t stand a chance against.
Muc Off Ultimate Bicycle Cleaning Kit
Despite being “embarassingly expensive” just for cleaning gear, this kit gets mountain bikes cleaner than ever, quicker than ever. Read more.