Granite Design


A two-way ratchet system with 9-bits secured by magnets. And no need to tap the steerer.

After more than a year of development, we are proud to announce the release of the new and improved version of our innovative Stash Multi-tool that can be stored in a bike’s fork steerer.

The toolkit consists of a 92mm long two-way ratchet which takes 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, T25, bits as well as a 50mm PH1 bit which can extend the ratchet’s handle an extra 14mm making it easier to adjust hard-to-reach bolts.

The ratchet and bits attach to a tool holder which lives inside a spring-loaded container that fits firmly inside the steerer—without the need to cut threads into the steerer.

Riders exert finger pressure on the top to unlock it. Turning the top at the same time allows the unit to pop up from within the steerer and then be easily removed.

Because the unit is spring loaded it is a little more secure than the original Stash press fit design which relied on an O-ring.

And what’s more, the top cap can be converted into a cycling computer mount making it truly unique amongst similar tools available on the market—none of our competitors has this.

Granite Design Releases New Stash RT Tool

The Stash RT makes use of the relatively larger space of a mountain bike’s fork steerer which is normally left empty. Because our original Stash has a larger outer diameter, it won’t fit in modern suspension forks that have inner tapered steerer tubes.

The Stash RT’s new housing has a smaller outer diameter so it can fit inside those forks with tapered or even oval inner steerer tubes.

Granite Design Releases New Stash RT Tool

The major developmental obstacle we had to overcome was how to fit the lengthy ratchet wrench handle and 9 bits into such a compact space.

Similar tool kits on the market are built around a thin and small multi-tool. Stash RT’s ratchet wrench is longer thus gives more leverage. The two-way ratchet function makes accessing bolts in tight spaces much easier.

The outer alloy housing and the plastic tool holder itself are already as thin as possible. And we also had to come up with a way to hold these bits in place without taking too much space. We did that through precise CNC machining—and magnets.

The magnets are shaped to maximize the surface area in contact with the socket bits to ensure each bit remains firmly attached to the tool holder whenever it is buffeted inside the container on the trail.

For more information, refer to the product page on the website:

Tool bits: 2mm, 2.5mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 8mm, T25 and an extended PH1 bit

Weight: 159g

MSRP: $69.99 USD (Stash RT), $8.99 USD (Scope for Stash RT)

Color: Black / Orange

Granite Design Releases New Stash RT Tool


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