2017 Holiday Gift Guide

Is there an avid bicyclist on your holiday shopping list? Not sure what to get them? Here are 25 hand-picked items ranging from $5 to $220 that are sure to put a smile on any rider’s face.

Advocacy & Access

  • Make a donation or gift a membership to one of the many national or international bicycle advocacy groups.

Bags & Packs

  • Ditch the plastic sandwich bag and carry your trinkets in Spurcycle’s ultra-lightweight Multi Pouch ($29).
  • Whether you need to haul the proverbial kitchen sink or just get organized, Osprey’s line of duffel bags ($60-$140) is versatile and durable.
  • Chrome’s Mini Metro ($120) messenger bag is ideal for commuting or carrying everyday essentials.

Clothing & Outerwear

  • Handlebar Mustache has some of the best bike-related t-shirts ($9-$40).
  • Chrome’s Folsom shorts ($90-$120) look and feel good whether you’re riding or just hanging out.
  • Say hello to your new favorite jacket–the Pearl Izumi Versa Quilted hoodie ($165-$220).

Creature Comforts

  • No shower? No problem, thanks to Chamois Butt’r Skin Wash ($16).
  • Give your bars a fresh look with Lizard Skins’ DSP handlebar tape ($42-$50).
  • Keep your feet healthy and happy with the IP3 Solestar inserts from Ergon ($48).

Electronics

  • Keep your tire-nerd friends entertained with the Topeak SmartGauge D2 ($35).
  • Be safe and seen with Light and Motion’s Vibe family of lights ($40-$130).
  • This Lezyne GPS ($100-$180) is perfect for the riding buddy that’s always getting lost.

Energy Snacks & Hydration

  • Glukos’ Energy Powder ($17) has everything you need and nothing you don’t.
  • Everybody’s jumping on the stroopwafel train, but Honey Stinger has the best flavors ($22.24).
  • GU’s Indulgent Flavor pack ($29-$37) is vegan, gluten free, kosher and delicious.

Gloves, Headwear & Socks

  • When your feet need a little extra cushion, there’s the FITS Performance Trail wool sock ($19).
  • Keep the sweat out of your eyes with Headsweats’ Shorty doo rag ($20-$24).
  • DeFeet’s DuraGloves are lightweight insurance against changing weather ($20-$25).

Maintenance

  • The best tire levers come from Pedro’s and they only cost $5.
  • Keep your bike looking new with Lizard Skins’ frame protection kits ($7.50 & up).
  • Avoid costly over-tightening errors by using Park Tool’s ATD-1.2 torque driver ($73).

Miscellaneous

  • MASH’s whimsical stem top caps make excellent stocking stuffers ($6-$22).
  • Become a member of the internet’s coolest bike club ($7).
  • Celebrate your body and where it takes you with these stickers ($12).

Happy Holidays from all of us at GRAVELBIKE

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