Feedback Sports Team Edition Tool Kit Review

19 tools, 25 functions, and one handy and durable carrying case

Gear Tools
Feedback Sports Team Edition Tool Kit Review

Inside you’ll find 19 tools that serve 25 different functions.

What is it

While best known for its quality bike racks and workstands, Feedback Sports has made a recent push into the tool arena with a variety of useful offerings, including the Team Edition Tool Set reviewed here.

Feedback Sports Team Edition Tool Kit Review

It all fits inside this handy and durable case that’s about the size of a laptop bag.

Inside this laptop-sized portable and durable TPU nylon coated zippered case are 19 tools with 25 total functions. (See the complete tool list below). Total weight is just a shade under 8 pounds, price is $250, and the case is designed to either hang on a workstand, or lay flat on your workbench, trunk of your car, or wherever you do bike repairs.

All the essentials are included, such as a pedal wrench, chain tool, various hex wrenches, steel core tire levers, cassette lockring and BB wrench, and even a dual-sided pick. There’s also some clever integration. For instance, the cable cutters also have a crimper, the cassette lockring/BB wrench can be used as a centerlock brake rotor tool, and the #0 Phillips screwdriver doubles as a Shimano crank preload cap tool.

Feedback Sports Team Edition Tool Kit Review

Can’t believe we all used old-school chainwhips for so long…

Also many of the tools have over-molded handles that are styled after file tread bike tires that increase comfort and grip. And when you’re ready to expand your collection, there is additional tool storage that’s ideal for a T-handle set.

  • Just about everything you need
  • Durable and portable carrying case
  • Case attaches to workstand
  • Tools are well made
  • Handles have great hand feel
  • Clever 2-for-1 integration
  • Room to add tools
  • Mountain bike friendly
  • Robust zippers with easy-pull tabs
  • Well weighted
  • No torque wrench included
  • No scissors included
  • Some tools can fall out of holders
  • Big investment
Feedback Sports Team Edition Tool Kit Review

Turn any trailhead into a functional work station.

Complete Tool List
  • Fixed 3-Way TORX T25/27/30
  • Fixed 3-Way Hex 2/2.5/3mm
  • Fixed 3-Way Hex 4/5/6mm
  • L-Hex 8mm
  • L-Hex 10mm
  • #0 Phillips
  • #2 Phillips
  • 6mm Flathead
  • Schrader Core Tool
  • Presta Core Tool
  • Valve Extender Wrench
  • Spoke Wrench
  • Chain Pin Press
  • Rotor Truing Tool
  • Crank Arm Cap Tool
  • Steel Core Tire Levers
  • Brake Pad Spreader
  • 15mm Pedal Wrench
  • 15mm Axle Nut Wrench
  • Bottom Bracket Wrench
  • Cassette Lockring Wrench
  • Cassette Pliers
  • Cable Cutter
  • Cable Crimper
  • Dual Sided Pick
Feedback Sports Team Edition Tool Kit Review

The tools feel good in the hand and don’t flex at all.

Mtbr’s Take

Whether you’re looking to kickstart a home tool collection, or want an inclusive kit to take on the road, the Feedback Sports Team Edition is a great option. The tools are well made, handle well, and look good. And the included case has a folding rod that holds it open whether hanging on a workstand or laid flat on your campsite picnic table.

As you can see from the list above, nearly all of the key tools are included. I especially love the cassette pliers, which are a giant leap forward from the old-school chainwhip. This kit is also very mountain bike friendly with the inclusion of tools such as a Presta valve core remover, rotor truer, and brake pad spreader.

Feedback Sports Team Edition Tool Kit Review

Over-molded handles mimic file tread bike tires, increasing comfort and grip.

The only real miss is the lack of a torque wrench. Sure, a full-blown model with multiple settings and bits would bump price a fair bit. But why not throw in a 4mm hex that’s set at 5nm, which could handle many if not most cockpit and seatpost tightening tasks.

Feedback Sports Team Edition Tool Kit Review

The two-ended pick is handy for opening up cable housing after it’s been cut. You can also use it to clean gunked-up screw and bolt threads.

Bottom line, this is a great bike tool kit that would make any home or traveling mechanic happy at the holidays. Hint, hint.

Rating: 4.5 put of 5 4.5 Flamin' Chili Peppers
Price: $250
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About the author: Jason Sumner

An avid cyclist, Jason Sumner has been writing about two-wheeled pursuits of all kinds since 1999. He’s covered the Olympics, Tour de France, MTB world champs, and dozens of other international cycling events. He also likes to throw himself into the fray, penning first-person accounts of cycling adventures all over the globe. Sumner has also done extensive gear testing and is the author of the cycling guide book "75 Classic Rides: Colorado." When not writing or riding, the native Coloradoan can be found enjoying life with his wife Lisa and kids Cora and Tommy in and around their home in the MTB Mecca of Crested Butte.

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  • Mtoa says:

    You have read my mind.
    I have always imagined a tool kit that can be placed in the bike trail ,a Complete Trail Tool Station Product.
    Also the tools can be replaced individually by fellow riders, when they got damage or lost ( please sell each tool individually for this purpose ) no mountain biker steels tools so no chains or cables required.
    Really like your product and the concept.
    definitely want one for my local Bike Trail.
    Good luck.

    • Mtoa says:

      Maybe a big pocket somewhere , people some times are in a hurry and don’t have time or patience to put each tool in their specific place, I you are in a hurry you can just throw it in the pocket and go riding.

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