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Tue 16 Aug 2011, 2:00 pm BST By Rob Weaver, Mountain Biking UK The 18-piece kit from X-Tools includes most of the tools that you’ll need when tinkering with your bike at home or at a race, and thanks to the compact carry case, it’s a cinch to store and is easily portable. It contains Allen keys in various sizes from 2mm to 6mm, and they’re all ball-ended, which is great because it makes hard-to-reach spots easier to get to. What’s more, there’s a longer-handled 8mm Allen key, which gives better leverage.
Thu 9 Dec 2010, 10:00 am GMT By Dan Joyce, Cycling Plus To replace a driveside spoke (the most likely breakage) you need to take off the cassette, requiring a chain-whip, lockring remover and adjustable spanner – or this 12g steel tool. As with the more paintwork-friendly (but also more expensive) NBT2 , you ﬁt this to the lockring and put the wheel back in the frame, with the tool braced at the dropout.