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OneUp Components launches EDC Lite tool system

New steer tube-mounted tool system that's quick and easy to install

OneUp EDC Lite

The OneUp Components EDC Lite system is an easy way to ensure you never leave home without the tools you need.

OneUp Components is launching a new version of its EDC tool system that’s easy to install and doesn’t require riders to thread their steerer tubes.

OneUp EDC Lite Highlights

  • Nine function multi-tool
  • No steerer threading required
  • Can be installed in less than 15 minutes
  • Available in six colors
  • MSRP: $40
  • Available now
  • For more information, visit

OneUp EDC Lite

The EDC Lite tool is a nine function multi-tool with 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8mm Allen keys, a T25 torx, and a flat head screwdriver. The EDC Lite lives in a plastic housing pressed into a steerer tube. According to OneUp, this tool can be installed with the in less than 15 minutes.

OneUp EDC Lite

Installation is straightforward and involves setting the star nut lower in the fork, preloading the headset with the supplied longer start nut bot, and pressing in the plastic tool carrier.

OneUp EDC Lite


Most forks are compatible, except for a small number of forks with very short steerer tubes. For the following cases, your fork steerer tube length must meet the minimum length requirement.

  • Fox except Fox 38 = 190mm min
  • Fox 38 = 210mm min
  • RockShox Forks = 210mm min

OneUp EDC Lite

OneUp states that riders should measure from the underside of your fork crown to the top of your spacer stack, or top of your stem if you are not running any spacers above your stem.

OneUp EDC Lite

The tool plug the carrier with the tool ads a claimed 75g to your bike. Riders can purchase extra carriers separately for $15 to make swapping the tool between bikes quick and easy. The EDC Lite is available now and comes in OneUp’s range of six colors to match with the brand’s pedals, grips and handlebar decals.

Visit to learn more.

About the author: Josh Patterson

Josh has been riding and racing mountain bikes since 1998, and has been writing about mountain biking and cyclocross since 2006. He was also at the forefront of the gravel cycling movement, and is a multi-time finisher of Dirty Kanza. These days, Josh spends most of this time riding the rocky trails and exploring the lonely gravel roads around his home in Fort Collins, Colorado.

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