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Bell Sports 7067908 Roadside Bicycle Tools & Patch Kit

3.6 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews

Price: $7.65 - $43.97
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Product Description

Bell Roadside 500, 11 Bike Tools & Patch Kit, Inner Tube Repair Kit With 12 Patches, 2 Tire Levers & 1 Metal Tube Buffer, 5 Allen Wrenches 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6 mm, 3 Box Wrenches 10, 13, 15 mm, 3 Spoke Wrenches 14, .136" & 15 Gauge, Phillips Screwdriver & Carrying Pouch Included.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.3 x 5.2 x 8 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00KIZ79JW
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #338,584 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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By Geoffrey F. Beneze on May 20, 2006
Size: 1 Verified Purchase
I purchased this unit after the initial testing of several other tools.

Like the Bell Quick-Tool, this one is a winner, albeit not quite at the same level of the Quick-Tool. This unit has more closed end wrenches, but that's about the only real difference. It's a bit larger and more unwieldly than the QT. I've used it on the bench for a couple of weeks to good effect. As mentioned in my other reviews, a multi-tool is not a substitute for "dedicated" tools, but these are functional and will get the job done in the field (and at the bench.)

While I prefer the Quick-Tool (Bell) over this Ultra-Tool, I wouldn't (don't) hesitate to grab either one for bench or field.
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Size: 1
I like this tool except for one thing. There is no chain tool included. Having broke a chain last week and no tool to fix it I wasn't too happy. Luckily there was a guy right behind me who had one. It was the exact same thing as this tool but with a chain tool also. Something to think about.
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This little kit has everything in it to repair just about anything on your bicycle. It's complete & money well spent. Don't get stuck hauling your bike back 20 miles to home. Get this handy, dandy, light weight all inclusive repair kit along with piece of mind. Did I say it was compact? Most folks have a bag on their bike of some sort for storage. This kit will fit in a kagaroo pocket on a jacket, I often carry mine in my coat pocket with an extra tube of super glue for the tire patch kit.

This is an update on my preivious review printed above. I had an issue where I needed a specific tool for my Schwinn, the Bell Ultra Tool Kit failed me. It did not have the one specific screwdriver needed specific to Schwinn bicycles. I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS KIT FOR SCHWINN OWNERS!! There is a complete tool kit available through Amazon for Schwinn owners, I suggest consumers to purchase that set instead of the Bell Kit.

I apologize to anyone who is a Schwinn owner & purchased the Bell Ultra Tool kit per my original review.
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Size: 1 Verified Purchase
There are better tool kits, but if you want want that does nearly everything, and is light and easy to pack, then this is the one to get. I researched all the bike tool kits and found the only other tools I might want were a spoke wrench, and a chain link tool--things I've never needed on the road. What I wanted was the ability to patch a tire, change a tube, make adjustments, and tighten up loose fittings. This tool kit does a good job.

On the negative side, I wonder how long the plastic tire removing tools will last. I figure I can swap in something to replace them if and when they fail.
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Size: 1
The tire removal tool broke the first time I used it. The rest of the tools are metal but the tire tool is plastic
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Size: 1
I have owned this same tool since 2006 and I can confidently state that this is one dependable tool. This is a well-used tool not only on my bikes but even some minor adjustments in the house or in the car. I like its size which allows me to grip it firmly and generate more torque. I even saved our group ride last riding season when a whole family with bikes bought from the local department store decided to join. In the middle of our ride, one of their bike's chain dropped in between the cassette and the rear hub. It's not quick release so everybody in the group got a sigh of relief when I whipped out this tool and showed the box wrench. I know a lot of more expensive multi-tools nowadays don't have box wrenches, but bikes that have the old washer-and-nut can still be found everywhere. You may not need it on your bike, but cyclists are supposed to look after each other and ensure everybody would have a good ride.

I have had favorable experience with its two tire levers. Used it dozens of times and aside from the permanent scuffs it got and the occasional bending because of stubborn tires, it has held up pretty well.

The few gripes I have on this tool are: 1) No built-in chain tool; 2) No serrated knife; 3) No Torx wrench(es); and 4) Bulky (takes up all the space in my saddle bag).

Recommended for anyone who doesn't mind its extra bulk and weight. A good value and should last for a long time.
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For the price, it's a great product. The bag is quite crappy, but I'm sure most of you will just toss the tool into your saddlebag anyways so that doesn't matter.

My only con would be that it's a bit oddly shaped, so some tight areas are hard to reach with the tool. Reachable, but just takes a few more pulls and lifts.
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By Stevedore on July 27, 2008
Size: 1
This multi tool is Ok, and does have some handy tools on it like the one socket that fits the brake adjustments. The wrenches though are horrible. They are all just a hair to small to fit the actually size they say. I can not take off my wheel with this tool as the biggest one is to small to fit over the standard wheel nut. You can't put any pressure on the wrenches or the metal clip holding them back will not hold and they will just fold. I also found that some of the hex wrenches were either to big or to small to fit some things on my bike. Tire levers are plastic and this thing is kindof bulky. Overall, its a nice package of tools if only the wrenches worked and I could take my tire off.
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