Are you in need of cycling gifts for that passionate two wheeled loving person in your life?
I continue to see my Christmas days and birthdays filled with cycling presents, but that’s okay with me. I’ve put together the longest list on the internet (I think) of the items I would personally love, and know any cyclist would too.
Have a look below and solve the what to buy them dilemma!
The cycling gifts mega-list
1. Zinn & the Art of Road Bike Maintenance – £21.24
Gift the knowledge road bike maintenance with this extraordinary book which is guaranteed to help out a future bike mechanic.
3. Pro Cycling trumps – varies
There are a load of variants to this classic game, and a perfect cycling gift to live on your coffee table.
5. Topeak multitool – £16.99
Show you understand your cyclist’s pain and suffering for when they get a puncture or need to tighten up their saddle with a super duper cycling multi tool.
7. Rapha Essentials Kit – £45
Honestly, it’s a pain to remember which jersey pockets you put your items in. This case solves that and it’s a good looking cycling gift too.
9. Cliff Bars – £14.10
A pack of tasty treats to help energise the cyclist in your life. Peanut butter is my fave but there are lots more flavours!
11. Cycling Holiday – £XXX
Alright money bags… What a present, and one that will never be forgotten. Cycling holidays are a great way to escape the UK’s doom and gloom.
13. Primal Electric Socks – £8
WOAH. Edgy. A gift for a cyclist that will certainly stand out. Like a zebra galloping the grey roads of Britain. Majestic.
15. Bike Necklace – £4
Affordable jewellery for the love of your life. But seriously, if they’re the love of your life spend a bit more than just £4. They deserve it.
17. Build your own bamboo bike – £272
Your panda best friend will love you for gifting this to them. Seriously though, it looks ace and I need to get one.
19. Wiggins Chocolate – £14.10
Inspired by Wiggins? Want to be a pro cyclist and win the Tour de France? Eat some chocolate.
20. British Cycling Membership – varies
Gift a membership and send a ton of benefits, including discount at cycling retailers, cycling holidays and much much more. Also needed if they’re planning to race.
21. The Program – Lance Armstrong Movie – £7.99
A how-to guide to become a great cyclist by one of the most respected bike riders who has proved to everyone that you can be hated and shamed, but continue to earn lots of money.
23. Bike Repair Kit – £10
It’s a good cycling present filler along side another gift. I’d be pretty miffed if this was all I got though; maybe I’m entitled..
25. Muc-off Ultimate Cleaning Kit – £43.99
Gifting a cyclist the full set of muc-off products will make their job of cleaning a little less strenuous.
27. Personalised Cycling Pocket Pump – £24.99
Yes Stuart, pump it up! No better way to motivate one’s self by getting your pocket pump out and going for it.
29. Industrial Bike Mount – £27.40
A slightly cheaper bike mount that may fit in with the more industrial style of home. A piping hot cyclist’s present.
31. Oh Shift T-Shirt – £13.74
Oh shift! it’s only £13.74. I loved this t-shirt when I saw it and will proceed to scream shift instead now when I hit those hard climbs.
33. Ass Saver – £5.99
Not to be confused with any kind of medicine (which would be a really weird gift), the ass saver is a cheap but effective mud guard for the commuter. Ass 1, mud 0.
35. PongoCC Socks – £15
Another pair of socks because we all know socks are an ideal present no matter the occasion. Orange and conveniently labelled to remind you to wash after a cycle.
37. Castelli Winter Gloves – £26.99
Brrrrr! Chilly right? Even if you are reading this in summer, showing someone you are thinking about their winter cycling season is one of the most thoughtful things you can do.
39. Cycling Clock – £43.85
Oh shift, I’ve missed my cycling club ride! Well you wouldn’t have if you had a ticking clock next to you. Disclaimer: there is no in built alarm clock.
41. Cycling BBQ Set – £32
Do they really like cycling if they haven’t got a BBQ set with bikes all over it? It’s time they upped their game with this sizzling gift.
43. Road ID Bracelet – £25
A simple but useful product. An ID bracelet with the gift receivers details on can be one less thing to worry about when they’re out on the road.
44. Cafetiere – £8
Stop with the coffee gifts already! A cyclist loves their coffee and when you come to fully understand that, you’ll realise there’s not enough caffeine related products on this list.
45. THE HOUR: BRADLEY WIGGINS – £40
Something I’ve been thinking about getting myself. This hanging print looks the part and provides some handy dinner table stats and is part of a 5 piece set.
47.Monkey Lights – £23
When your mum worries about you commuting in winter, expect these to be wrapped up and in your stocking. Stay visible and stay safe.
49. Cyclists Training Bible – £22
Now in charge of popular app TrainingPeaks, Joe Friel outlines everything there is to training well and getting better. I’ve got this on my coffee table and there is knowledge beyond belief.