Fix It Sticks Bicycle Multi-Tool

Feb 16, 2016

Category: Gear

Murphy’s law has a strange way of affecting even the most cautious riders. And for those moments when a repair shop is out of the question, and you’re feeling stranded during the middle of your ride, there’s no better companion than Fix It Sticks. These are the ultimate lightweight bicycle multi-tools with a modular dual T-handle that breaks down for easy packing. They feature a configuration of permanently attached bits to meet your needs. And, since they’re made from anodized aluminum, the multi-tool weighs in at an extremely lightweight 55 grams while still providing you the torque needed to get the job done.

Take control of the inevitable with this handy multi-tool. As a rider you know there are going to be issues with your gear. Now, with Fix It Sticks, those issues that would normally slow you down no longer prevent you from leading the way. The tool retails for about $20. [Purchase]

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