Noks Biker With a profile that resembles nothing from the western hemisphere, the Biker model has a unique look all its own. Actually named Bayker in Russian, it is noticably thinner than most other multitools, and features an unorthodox blade arrangement as well.

Noks Biker jaws Noks Biker
awl blade
Noks Biker
knife blade
Noks Biker


  • Jaw shape is blunt nose, with fine serrations, a gripping area, and a large wire cutter. (No hard wire notch is included)
  • Finish is bead blast matte stainless.
  • Jaws are held in the closed position by the locking bail.


  • Handles are solid forged steel.
  • Notched out areas for the blades are precision milled into place.
  • Finish is bead blast matte stainless.
  • No logo or markings of any kind appear on the Biker. (although the top photograph shows a metric scale on one side)

Blades and Tools

  • Spear point knife blade, with plain edge. Measures 3" long (75mm)
  • Liner locking
  • Features a thumb stud for one-hand-opening
  • Awl with sewing eye
  • Phillips screwdriver
  • Combination can opener/medium flathead screwdriver built integral on one handle

Locking Mechanism

  • The knife blade locks open via a standard liner lock.

Other Features

  • A wire bail locks the tool closed when not in use.


  • Standard sheath is made from heavy leather, with snap closure. Belt loop allows vertical or horizontal carry.


  • Length = 5" (125mm)
  • Width = 1-1/4" (33mm)
  • Thickness = 5/16" (8mm)
  • Weight = 3.4 oz (96g)


  • Unknown


  • Made in Russia

More Info

Created by Bob. Last Modification: Friday 22 of April, 2016 01:18:33 CEST by sLaughterMed.