So far, this is essentially what you'd find in the company's non-denominational RoadTech H3 kit for $99.95. The B1 kit adds a few indispensable BMW-specific pieces such as an E10/E12 Torx box-end wrench and six Torx bits (T20-T50), as well as a 22mm hex adapter for the front axle. Since one of them could make the difference between riding home and an extended stay on the shoulder, the B1 pays for itself in peace of mind. Drawbacks? At about 9.5 x 10.5 inches, the 3.5-pound roll is too big to fit under the seat. You'll also need a separate tire-repair kit, and CruzTools sells a nice one for $26.95. Still, if you ride a BMW and miss riding with the best tools on two wheels, the RoadTech B1 kit is easier and cheaper than rolling your own.