My kids visited this weekend and gave me a Leatherman Super Tool for Father's Day... Along with a couple of wrenches, I think this thing could handle just about any repair on my scooter.
I had a Gerber multi-tool at one time, and thought it was cool because I could extract any tool from it with one hand. I always thought the Leatherman tool looked awkward and uncomfortable, but now that I've had a chance to play with it... The tools seem to be of a better quality (forged and machined instead of cast, bigger and heavier), and the handle is much more versatile. Overall, it seems to be a much more simple and heavy duty tool than the Gerber.
I gave my new Leatherman its initiation hooking up the stereo in my daugter's bug, using the wire stripper, the phillips screwdriver, a knife blade and the pliers. I also fashioned an antenna out of a coat hanger with a small loop on the end, so my daugter won't poke her eye out with it (Yeah, I'm protective. Wanna make something of it?)...
This kicks ass! Definitely a biker's tool.