Holiday Gift Ideas-Bike Edition

Bike Gifts

The Holiday Season is officially upon us. For those of you that have not even begun to think about present shopping, don't despair, as I have pulled together a few sport specific gift ideas from all the great gear I have seen over the past year. Here are 10 gift ideas for the bike obsessed on your list, whether they be into road, mountain, or just cruising the city streets. 

1. Light & Motion Taz 1200: A super bright and versatile front bike light that can be used either on the trail or road for safe night riding. MSRP $300

2. Energy: Skratch Labs hydration mix or Honey Stinger Organic Energy Chews make great stocking stuffers for any of the riders on your list. MSRP $1.69-$35 

3. Shimano Click'R Pedals: If your list includes someone new to mountain biking or thinking about making the switch from flat to clipless pedals, the Click'R system with its quick to engage pedal/cleat interface can help make the transition easier. MSRP $70-$120

4. Pearl Izumi State Jerseys: These limited edition Select LTD State Jerseys make a fun gift for someone who loves to ride the trails or roads of their hometown. Both men's and women's jerseys are available with states such as Colorado, Oregon, California, Texas, and even Florida. MSRP $80  

5. Ultralite Pedals: For the road racer on your list, you won't see a bigger smile than when they open their present of the new Ultralite Pedals. The lightest pedal system on the market, the Cirrus Ti weighs just 112g including pedals and cleats. MSRP $295-$395

6. Timbuk2 Power Series: Charge your new iPad Mini and iPhone 5 as you commute to work with the built-in Joey T1 battery pack in the Power Commute Laptop Messenger. MSRP $199 

7. HeadsUp System: Never again hear the sickening crunch of carbon fiber against the garage door with this wireless gear alert system. A garage mounted LED sign and in-car alert remind you stop before you cause any damage. MSRP $169.95

8. Hiplok Lite: For the urban rider, the Hiplok provides a chic and inconspicuous way to carry a bike lock with you as you ride. A 6mm hardened steel chain is encased in a sturdy nylon sleeve with an 8mm hardened steel shackle to secure the padlock and buckle. MSRP $65

9. Specialized Trivent: The new triathlon line of shoes are easy-on, easy-off, purposely designed to make transitions quicker. Whether you have an Ironman in the family or someone just starting out, Specialized has a Trivent shoe to fit every level. MSRP $100-$400

10. Revolights: Turn heads not only with the extra visibility but with the street-cred factor of wheels that light up at night. Two narrow rings of battery powered LEDs mount directly to each wheel and illuminate when oriented at the front or the rear of the bike. MSRP $250

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