COLLECTIVE GIVEAWAY #5: TOUCH ADJUST MULTI-TOOL

Everything you need and nothing you don’t – the Touch Adjust, customisable multi-tool merges functionality with elegance and durability. It has fast become a favourite in our tool bag. Find out more about it and how you can win one here…

For our 5th Collective Giveaway, we’ve teamed up with Cape Town based, Touch Bike Parts, to reward one lucky member of our Adventure Collective with a customisable multi-tool – The Touch Adjust. We just love its compact, lightweight yet robust design. Being fully customisable it has everything you need and nothing you don’t.

There are 9 toolbits to choose from enabling you to create a 4, 6 or 8 tool setup and adjust it as your bike and needs change. Being modular – all parts easily replaceable. Its longer length helps with torque sensitivity and saves energy when in use compared to short multi-tools. The slim profile of the arms and toolbits helps one reach into tight spaces and the open design makes it easy to hold and use with gloves on. The tool also comes in a high quality sliding box with magnetic closure stop to keep all unused parts, which doubles as a storage unit for various small items. The Touch is available in a different colours and there is also a mini and glow in the dark version – perfect for those night rides!

As a bonus, Touch Bike Parts is offering all members 15% OFF full range of bike tools! If you are not already a member of the Adventure Collective, get signed up now to win this gear and other prizes, and access discounts. Winners will be announced December 14th.

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Director & Founder of BICYCLE SOUTH
Leonie is the founder & creative director of Bicycle South. A designer & environmental activist, Leonie is passionate about sustainability and a keen advocate for bicycle cities. When she is not blogging on local bicycle culture, you’ll find her adventuring on her gravel bike.
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Director & Founder of BICYCLE SOUTH
Leonie is the founder & creative director of Bicycle South. A designer & environmental activist, Leonie is passionate about sustainability and a keen advocate for bicycle cities. When she is not blogging on local bicycle culture, you’ll find her adventuring on her gravel bike.

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