These Multi-tools are small enough to be able to easily carry with you, and provide a range of tools that could be so useful when you are away from your equipment whilst biking. Take a look below for details.
This product was recommended by Mark Wilcox from Camping Forge
Small enough to fit in your pocket. A large enough blade that’s designed to be opened with just your thumb to handle common chores plus screw-driver if you need it. The tweezers are useful for picking out splinters or ticks.
This product was recommended by Ali Rizvi from Dream Superhero
This knife is a part of the collection of 3 outdoor sports, with a special connection to the French mountains: biking, hiking, skiing.
This product was recommended by Patricia Johnson from Pedal Lovers
It’s versatile, has a pocket clip for convenience and the textured handle is easy to hold.
This product was recommended by M. Ammar Shahid from SuperHeroCorp
This an all-purpose knife is made out of steel and coated with diamond-like carbon to boost its performance up to optimal usage. The design is sleek and stylish; besides, it features a quality grip to give you a good hand on it in all environments, including raining, snowing, and even during marine conditions.
This product was recommended by Tim Bigknee from SightsAndInsights
While picking a knife to bring mountain biking it’s important to figure out what purpose the knife is going to serve. If you want it for use as a tool then a multitool will be more useful than even the most expensive folding or fixed blade knife. Rebar by Leatherman is one of my favorite multitools. It has a slim design, is all stainless steel, has a 25-year warranty, and has 17 tools in one. The pliers, screwdriver, and wire cutters will likely be the most useful while on the trail mountain biking. It will be incredibly handy with the majority of small fixes that you’ll face while on the trail.