What's in the satchel, old chap -Why this isn't a satchel, 'tis the Brooks Heritage Tool Roll, you daft wanker. Within the confines of this stout leather holdall, I've three tire levers with spoke-locating grooves, four spannerswrenches for you Yanksan interchangeable screwdriver, Allen keys, and a dual-size spoke wrench. This design first appeared in the Brooks Book for Motor Cyclists in the year nineteen-hundred and fourteen. I am making it an heirloom I will pass on to my progenyso with that
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Sometimes I use a rag and roll all the tools I´m going to use at the moment, and always think feels way more practical than carrying all the toolbox around. They unroll and stay nicely displayed...And it´s a breeze to roll back. A nice roll with pockets and some other details would be even nicer.Any ... Read More »
For a while I've wanted to consolidate the various piles of bike parts, my cycling gear as well as the many bike specific tools I have that have settled all over my garage. I began looking around to buy something that might help me organize all of this. What I found out was that what I really want ... Read More »
Does anybody know where I can get a really large toll roll? There used to be a small bike accessory manufacturer that made a neat one that hung from a vehicle door and held a tremendous amount of tools for use when tuning at races etc.
They probably aren't made anymore but I would love to have one ... Read More »