The Alternative to Y-wrenches & Multitools - A Bicycle Tool System for both Shop and Road Use
What makes us different?
- Compact - At 4 x ½" each the Sticks fit easily in a seat bag or jersey pocket.
- Lightweight - One of the lightest tools on Earth at ~51 grams for 4 bits
- No Moving Parts - Our bits are pressed into place; no lost bits or frustration from moving parts
- Modular - Carry the tools you need and leave the work bench at home
Be Prepared, Ride with Fix It Sticks
About Fix It Sticks
In my experience most of the problems I encounter on a ride could be fixed with just a few tools. However, the tools are left behind either because they are heavy, not working or just too bulky for your jersey or seatbag.
Fix It Sticks are able to get into very tight spaces by using a single stick to start a bolt, once in place, torque is applied with our unique T-handle design. Traditional multitools lack proper engagement mainly because there are too many pivot points which leads to stripped out bolts and frustrating roadside repairs.
Fix It Sticks are designed to be modular and customizable. Carrying sockets, wrenches, a magnifying glass, knives, etc can be a waste, just carry what you need. In the near future we will have many combinations of sticks to choose from. Allowing our customers to build a quality tool collection that is totally customized for use on the road or at home.
Fix it Sticks are constructed of high-quality aluminum and steel bits.
Don't just take it from us
Fix it Sticks is a totally new design for a bicycle multitool, and the cycling world is already taking notice, see more at our press page:
“Sturdy and compact, able to provide serious torque, with no articulating parts to break: what else could you ask for from the bold new multi-tool…” -- Emily Zinn - Velonews
“If you enjoy riding your bike but would prefer not to carry bulky tools to adjust and repair your bike when the unexpected happens, you might be interested in a new gadget which is currently looking for funding over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website, called Fix It Sticks.” -- Julian Horsey geeky-gadgets.com
“If your radar is always scanning the horizon for innovative bicycle-tech, then you will most definitely want to see how this new multitool can improve your riding experience.” --Hunter www.bikelaneliving.com