Christmas gifts for cyclists
By BikeRadar | Saturday, December 22, 2007 12.00am
Christmas crackers BikeRadar©.
Forget the Christmas list - just leave this page open to drop the perfect 'hint' to your loved ones whatever type of riding they're into...
If you're giving or receiving these gift ideas will brighten any cyclist's Christmas.
From woolly socks to essential tyre levers here are our favourite stocking fillers of 2009. Take a look below and head to your local bike shop with some great ideas in mind. We've tried to select a range of items at different pricepoints, so there should be a present for everyone.
We're particularly looking forward to receiving a high-power lightset so we can go riding in the dark over the Yuletide period, as well as a decent set of waterproofs so we can laugh in the face of the bad weather.
Let us know what you're getting in the comments box at the bottom of the page, and any products you're looking forward to receiving in the new year. Have a great Christmas everyone!
FiveTen Freerider shoes: £75
The best flat pedal riding shoes available. Nuff said.
Race Face Deus LTD Edition 3/4" riser bars: £59.95
Magazine subscription: From £9.07 every three months
Twin Six t-shirt: £20
Waterproof OS maps from Aqua 3: From £17.99
Effetto Giustaforza Torque Wrench: £134.95
SatMap Active 10 GPS: £300
Pedros tyre levers: £2.99
Garmin Dakota: £280
Campagnolo Big corkscrew: £154.99
An expensive but exquisitely-made corkscrew from the inventors of the quick-release skewer. It will remove corks easily from bottles of red or white, and will even do a rosé, if you must. The perfect addition to the cycling enthusiast’s collection.
Puncture guard tubeless sealant for downhill and cross country use. Price TBC
Muc-Off Bike Cleaner set (£9.99) and Bike Spray (£5.99)
Morvelo t-shirt: £20
Dan Barham print:
Lezyne stainless 12 multi tool: £24.99
Howies Yurt Fleece: £120
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