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Ah, tools. For the religiously bike-obsessed, nothing is more beautiful than a well-rounded, cleverly designed tool. An aspect that we love is how a tool takes on the personality of its owner, or as is the case with the Lezyne Danny MacAskill Block Tool, its designer.

If you're uninitiated as to who Danny MacAskill is, let's just say that he's arguably the greatest trials rider of our time, if not ever. And if you're familiar with the trials discipline, you know that it takes you to the road less traveled, as well as mandating enough abusive trial-and-error that you're always left fixing something on-the-fly. For this reason, MacAskill's signature block tool was designed with equal parts durability, functionality, and because this is Lezyne after all, beauty.

The block tool features a CNC-machined aluminum, one-piece I-Beam body that's both lightweight and highly rigid — a welcome trait when applying torque is a necessity. Furthering this, the offset body is a little longer than your standard fare, making the tightening of pedals and cranks a simple, efficient task. All of the tool bits carry this theme of mating durability with functionality, as they've been constructed from chrome vanadium with a nickel-plating.

Getting into the guts of the block tool, you'll find a 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8 hex wrenches, as well as a T25 Torx wrench. The body of the tool is two-toned, and Danny MacAskill's signature has been CNC-machined onto the side.

The Lezyne Danny MacAskill Block Tool is available in one size and in the color Black.

Tech Specs

CNC-machined aluminum
2mm, 2.5mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 8mm, T25 Torx
Wire Cutter:
Wood Saw:
Bottle Opener:
Can Opener:
Sheath Included:
Claimed Weight:
157 g
Recommended Use:
on-the-fly bike maintenance
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

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Avg. ride time: 5h 10m per week
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Best tool EVER!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Super machining and never loosens up.