Generally speaking, multi-tools are rarely as beautiful as our bikes. However, this Lezyne Carbon 5 Multi-Tool transcends function and incorporates beauty into its design and construction. It's as simple as an all-purpose tool can be. There are five forged stainless steel bits -- 3, 4, 5, 6mm hex and a Phillips screwdriver -- that are captured between two solid carbon fiber side plates. And titanium hardware ties it all together. You couldn't spec your bike frame with better materials. If Lezyne's goal for the Carbon 5 Multi-Tool was to make road/trailside repairs cool, then we'd say they've at least given us the pleasure of using a top notch tool that makes ride buddies a bit envious.
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I bought a IF 26inch steel frame to convert to a 27.5 650b bike. I love 29ers but thought I would try a 650 for the local trails which are twisty turny quick up and downs. I vaguely remember feeling that the 26in accelerated more quickly than my 26ers but I loved having the bigger 29 wheel to roll ... Read More »
I'm pondering pulling the trigger on a Mach 5.7 frame, possibly carbon. I like the anodized finish which I realise Pivot do on their aluminium frames, (my 2 year old 5Spot looks pretty much as new). I like the way they don't buff up like a painted/clearcoated frame.
Can anyone commen ... Read More »
I just order Pivot Mach carbon 5.7 bike with XT mountain pedal, rockshox rev seat post, tubless tires.
The price is $5200+ tax.
I think it is a good deal. What do you guys think ? I just post my kidney for sale on Craiglist.Read More »
Servicing a friends Pivot the other day and the lower suspension link has some serious play in it. Before I pull it all apart are these user serviceable bearings, does pivot sell a replacement kit, or are there any aftermarket options that are superior?
Pretty surprised really as he is a newer rid ... Read More »