Whether you’re putting it on your own Christmas list or buying for someone else, we don’t think any cyclist would be disappointed with something from this selection!
While we’d all love to see a new bike under our Christmas tree, most of us are unlikely to be so lucky! Instead, here are some bike-related gifts that are guaranteed to bring a smile without costing the same as a new Colnago.
100 Climbs Artwork
You’ve ridden the climbs, now gaze at the print. Beautifully produced posters of some of the UK’s most popular climbs by Simon Warren, author of the 100 Climbs series.
Alban Roll Top Backpack
Stylish, sophisticated and practical, this is the perfect urban commuter bag. Comfortable to wear on the bike every day with lots of protection to keep your laptop dry and safe, and still looks great at the office and drinks after work.
Keep your hallway tidy and display your bike stylishly with this simple but effective wooden bike rack. With or without the bike, it’s a great piece of wall furniture and a practical way to make sure your bike accessories and bike are always ready to go.
Knowing how most cyclists love to talk about their hobby, we’d guess your friends, family and colleagues already know how much you love riding your bike, but just in case they don’t, here is a mug to tell them!
If you and your bike both like trips abroad to find new climbs and ride in new places, this is a perfect present. Hard-wearing leather protects your passport and the cycle design looks great. Plus, you can even customise the design with a name or initials for something extra special!
Socks at Christmas are a cliché… but for a cyclist, you can never have enough! For a bit of a treat and some head-turning colours, these cycling socks from Paul Smith are sure to gratefully received.
Is there such a thing as too many new notebooks? No matter how much we are now tethered to our laptops and phones, some thoughts are better written down. This would make a great travel journal or use it to jot down your ideas or business notes.