Self-sufficient.

This is it: the season you're going to finally set up a real maintenance area in the garage and learn how to work on your own bike. You've been picking up tidbits and doing what you can on your own for years now, but buying the Feedback Sports Team Edition Tool Kit is the biggest commitment yet you'll have taken into being your own mechanic.

This extensive collection includes just about everything you'll need to perform routine—and not-so-routine—fixes and tune-ups on your machine. The sturdy nylon case includes space for additional tools you pick up along the way, and the case attaches directly to work stands to make solo endeavors easier to manage with your own two hands.

  • 19-piece tool kit takes care of common maintenance needs
  • Durable nylon case accommodates extra tools you pick up
  • Case attaches to work stands to simplify bigger projects
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Everything you need for the day to day

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I initially was only after the cassette pliers and BB/cassette tool, but after surveying my tool box, everything in my mis-mash of tools could use an update. The Team Edition kit had damn near everything you'd need to build a bike short of a headset press and a torque wrench. I find myself using the aforementioned cassette pliers and BB/Locking wrench the most, and cassette swaps now take half the time, and none of the profanity my old chain whip setup required.
The valve core tool has been a nice surprise as well, not that fishing for the little plastic "C" bit that came with my valve stems was hard, but now there is a solid tool in it's place for needed occasions. The leather case keeps everything in is spot, and hangs easily from my Sport Repair stand, and zips up just as easy for weekend trips. Buy it for the tools you need the most, but enjoy the benefit of the tools you didn't know you needed.

Decent tool set.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought this set for two reasons. (1) To update my tools by adding some modern versions of tools that I already own, and add new tools that I do not own. (2) Have a portable set for trips away from home. This set did help in both areas. But, only slightly. The quality of the tools are not up to the level of say, Park tools, but they will get the job done. As far as having what is needed to get most jobs done, I still had to go to my old tool set to replace a Raceface MTB crankset, and also changing a Sram XO1 eagle cassette. Due to the sprocket pliers not engaging well and a lack of leverage of the cassette retainer tool. My old Park tools worked much better to perform both operations. Plus this set does not have a ISIS BB tool for removing/installing Raceface front chainrings on their cranks. Other tools in the kit are nice, such as the large allen wrenches with handles, nice tire tools, spoke and valve wrenches, along with some other service tools that may be useful in future repairs. Overall, the kit is a good purchase if you do not own many specialized bicycle tools and need a good starter kit. But, expect to have to add to your collection if you venture beyond the most basic repairs. And finally, Make sure you own torque wrenches for any work on carbon fiber parts.