BioLogic FixKit Bike MultiTool


Sometimes accidents happen and it pays to be prepared. Whether you’re out on your own or stopping to help a stranger, the BioLogic Fixit Mulitool has everything you need to get back on the road.

Like a bad infomercial, this little tool is loaded with features. Three different spoke tools, allens ranging in size from 2-8mm, and 6,8,& 10mm crescent wrenches…but wait wait! There’s more. Including a 15 mm pedal wrench, screwdriver bits, tire lever, chain tool, and most importantly – a bottle opener.

Each of the wrenches lock into the tool frame, so the user can hold the body for 14mm of leverage. Not enough? The neoprene bag doubles as a sleeve to protect your hand when fighting a particularly nasty nut.

Interested? This little guy packs a serious punch while weighing only 158 grams (5.6 oz). Retail with be $35 USD when they hit shelves later this year.



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  1. Yesterday, after I finished my MTB run, I noticed my saddle bag had become unzipped at some point. Then I let out some naughty words as I looked inside my now completely empty bag. I need new tools now…and a new bag that has a failsafe.

  2. I guess you mean 14cm? And why oh why does everyone insist on wasting tool space with bottle openers!!! Use That space for a more valuable tool. I don’t think I have ever opened a beer bottle out on the trail, and i only used the drop out bottle opener on my Snata Cruz once when I first got it!
    In that area put a splined mipple wrench or something else

  3. “6,8,& 10mm crescent wrenches”
    Try “hex”, not crescent (aka, adjustable wrench via worm gear)
    They are very different.

    Otherwise, a very decent looking tool for a fair price.
    Beats all the lame multi-tools on KickStarter by a landslide.

  4. @Segg. The bolt and pin for the chain tool is steel. I’ve used this tool a few times and it is pretty well done. The 8m is not going to get a ton of torque on crank bolts but should be enough to get you home.

  5. @Chader: Although the wrenches are for hexagonal nuts (& bolts), they’re not “hex” wrenches since they’re not closed hexagons, but rather appropriately, albeit generically named “open-end” wrenches.

  6. nice review ….. they are available since quite some time now, and all my customers love theirs, some have bought a second one, which speaks volumes. However your 35 dlr is unfortunately not quite right. They go for 40 dlr instead.
    Best Thor

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