Spurcycle Introduces the Ti Tool

by Brian Mullin on December 4, 2017


Precision Bell Makers Take Precision To Task With Machined Titanium Multi-Tool

Sausalito, CA, November 27, 2017– Spurcycle, creators of what is said to be the best bicycle bell that money can buy, are launching a new made in USA multi-tool. Wrapped in a slim fabric case, the $69 minimalist tool makes a very satisfying addition to your everyday carry.

For further information refer to spurcycle.com


Machined from Grade 5 titanium at Paragon Machine Works in California, Spurcycle’s Tool consists of a compact body with a sliding handle that allows for quick T-form or L-form leverage depending on adjustment. Chrome-coated S2 steel bits are quick to swap and allow easy replacement if damaged. Included sizes span 2mm hex, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, T10 Torx, T25, and Phillips #2.
The finely-stitched carry case is made in San Francisco.


It stows in a jersey pocket with no sharp edges to dig into your back, making access quick and easy. Plus there is enough room to securely stash a $20 spot or a couple of glueless patches.

Spurcycle’s Tool is the most recent collaboration of brothers Nick and Clint Slone, following the Spurcycle Bell, Key Clip, and Multi Pouch. Their focus—in addition to meticulous design—is to create products that don’t require a slick sales pitch but which encourage blatant favoritism.


Thoughts => I am a sucker for tools, and this sweet jeweled titanium wrench is both simple and highly functional. You can use it as a T-Way or L-Way wrench configuration, and the innovative slider handle system is brilliant, providing functionality and compactness. It comes with all the bit’s you’d need to trail maintenance and the useful carrying case and form factor make it a perfect tool for on the go biking.  


  • 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
  • MSRP $69.00

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