If you weren’t at NAHBS 2018, chances are some of these items are long gone. These very, very limited edition Walnut, Cherry and Maple handled pedal wrenches from Abbey Bike Tools are $130 each. Only ten of each were made, and they probably sold out at the show, but you can email them and try.

Not shown, the Titanium H.A.G. (hanger alignment gauge) makes a comeback for $325. Only 20 of these were made, usually they’re in steel for $185.

Abbey Bike Tools 4-Way Multitool lets you customize the bits

The new Abbey Bike Tools 4-Way Multitool starts at $40 and comes with any four bits you want. But, it’s also offered in five preconfigured arrangements. Make your own with any allen bit from 2-6mm, torx from T10-T30, a 2JIS/DIN Phillips, or a 1mm slotted.

Abbey Bike Tools 4-Way Multitool lets you customize the bits

Stock configurations include:

  • 2.5 / 4 / 5 / T25
  • 3 / 4 / 5 / T25
  • 3 / 4 / 5 / #2JIS
  • 2.5 / 4 / 5 / #2JIS
  • 4 / 5 / 6 / #2JIS

The bits are from Germany, body is made here in the US. Get it from your shop (via BTI) or direct. They’re secured into place with Loctite, so they say you can heat it up to remove any of the bits then swap in your own later.

Abbey Bike Tools BB cup removal and installation tools

They’ve also added six new patterns to their BB tools, including one for the new SRAM DUB, which is the same tool pattern as the old Zipp Vuma Quad, but optimized for modern frames and B.B. shells. The other new options include:

  • Torque Tite for Enduro/White Ind
  • Chris King T47/BSA30
  • e*Thirteen
  • Praxis
  • Hope

Retail is $45 estimated, not quite ready for production, should ship late March.

Abbey Bike Tools BB cup removal tool for SRAM DUB

Of course, this being our first hands on with the DUB bottom bracket, we figured we’d snap extra pics to give all of you a look. We anticipate our own complete group to arrive soon, stay tuned for the complete unboxing and weigh-in.

AbbeyBikeTools.com

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dockboy
dockboy
4 years ago

SRAM didn’t just use an existing tool standard, either? Jesus, that’s DUmB!

Freemech
Freemech
4 years ago
Reply to  dockboy

DUB is the same interface as ZIPP, Enduro Bearings BSA30, and Rotor BSA30 that have been around for years. Maybe do some research before bashing?

Norm
Norm
4 years ago
Reply to  dockboy

Same as Park Tool BBT-79…

boom
boom
4 years ago

Are those WERA bits in the 4-way? Kind of look like it, but obviously hard to tell in the pictures.

Bob
Bob
4 years ago

Abbey makes good stuff but I see too many commoners with them. I don’t want to have the same stuff as all the regular folk. Is there anything more exclusive than these? Or some limited edition anodizing so all the people know I am better then them?

Shafty
Shafty
4 years ago
Reply to  Bob

Forget those plebs, make your own custom splatter ano at your studio space. Make sure to remove every second notch from the tool first. For absolute lightness, of course.

JohnyK
JohnyK
4 years ago
Reply to  Bob

I love my Abbey Tools. They always look so good in the background of my #coffeeoutside pictures.

Cheese
Cheese
4 years ago
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JustSomeGuy
JustSomeGuy
4 years ago

I’m not paying $130 for one, but it would be nice if someone still made a quality 4-way 4-5-6-8mm wrench with pivoting ends like the Abbey pedal wrench. The only one I can find is from IceToolz and it’s not very good.