- Garmin Edge Bike Computer
- Bike Lock
- GoPro MAX Camera
- Cycling Jacket
- Cycling Underwear
- Cycling Socks
- Bottle Opener
- Coffee Mug
- Mountain Cycling Shoes
- Tool Kit
- Road Cycling Shoes
- Bike Helmet
- Helmet Light
- Commuter Backpack
- Anti-Allergy Mask
- Bike Cover
- Bike Rack
- Bottle Cage
- Heart Rate Monitor
- Cycling T-Shirt
If you have a cyclist, you will never have gift ideas for them. Whether they ride a mountain bike, a road bike, or a trainer in the living room, they need a lot of kits. But cycling accouterments are pretty alien to the non-initiated. So we got you; these are the 21 best gifts for cyclists that any cyclist will love!
Cyclists love gadgets, and Garmin has been in the business for a long time. That’s why you see Garmin gadgets on any cycling gift guide. For example, the Garmin Edge 530 offers mapping, a touch screen, dynamic performance monitoring, and several safety features. And at 20 hours, the battery life will endure for longer than even a Tour de France cyclist can!
Those who use their bike to commute know how vital a good lock is. This bike lock is nearly impervious to hand tools and bolt cutters. Furthermore, should the lock fail, it comes with a reimbursement of up to $5,000 for one year.
This GoPro camera captures 360-degree footage. Imagine the social media bragging right possibilities! The camera also has image stabilization, so its footage will be clear and steady no matter how bumpy the ride.
This Pearl Izumi unisex cycling jacket is water-resistant, holding up against all rain apart from a torrential downpour. Why not waterproof? Because the trade-off would be breathability. The jacket folds up small enough to fit in a jersey pocket when the shower has passed.
For shorter trips closer to home (or help), this tiny multi-tool is more practical than the larger tool kit above. In addition, this multi-tool is just 3 inches long, and 2 inches wide and weighs a mere 6.5 ounces.
Long hours in the saddle can get uncomfortable. These padded men’s underwear makes for a much more comfy ride. They are lightweight, moisture-wicking, and breathable.
These moisture-wicking, unisex cycling socks make perfect cycling gifts for the cyclist who is also a pro cycling fan. Each pair represents a jersey awarded during the racing season, including the yellow jersey of the Tour de France winner, the pink jersey of the Giro d’ Italia winner, and the rainbow jersey of the World’s Champion winner.
What could be better than opening a cold beer after a long ride? But then, open that beer with this bottle opener! Made of stainless steel and resembling a bike chain, it is a great Christmas stocking stuffer.
If a cyclist ends the day with a beer, they begin it with a strong cup of coffee. This coffee mug is a play on the old N+1 joke. How many bikes could a cyclist possibly need?! The answer? N (how many they already have) plus one more!
These Giro Rumble VR men’s mountain cycling shoes have injected nylon plates that make for a more efficient power transfer from foot to pedal. In addition, the outsole offers grip and stability, crucial when bouncing over rough terrain, just what a mountain biker needs!
Every cyclist needs a tool kit for on-the-road repairs. This one is perfect. It’s small enough to carry on even a long ride, is suitable for road and mountain bikes, and contains the all-important Allen wrench.
These Giro Savix men’s road cycling shoes are for clip-in pedals, unlike the mountain biking shoes above. The closure offers instant release so that the foot can quickly be pulled out of the clipped pedals. Made of microfiber, the boots are breathable while still providing support.
This bike helmet has integrated turn signal lights! It also has two built-in speakers and a noise-canceling microphone. So if your cyclist is on the road after dark, this is one of the best cycling gifts you can give them.
This helmet-mounted bike light can be seen for more than one mile during the day, has five modes, and has an 800 lumens output that lasts more than 1.5 hours. Of course, there is a bike-mounted version too.
This backpack is ideal for a bike commuter because you can’t carry everything in a saddle bag. Made of PVC, it will keep the contents safe and dry. It can fit a laptop up to 15 inches and has several front pockets for easy access to small items like a smartphone, wallet, and keys.
How badass does this mask look?! Of course, it’s meant bicycling in the city as it filters out urban pollution, but it’s an excellent gift for any bike lover who wants to look fabulous. The mask has exhalation valves to let out heat, humidity, and carbon dioxide and is made from Neoprene, which is hypo-allergenic.
This waterproof bike cover will not only keep a bike dry but also protect it from sun damage. It has a UV coating that offers up to 50+ protection from the sun. In addition, the lock-hole near the front wheel allows the bike to be locked up while the cover is on.
You can’t ride a bike everywhere! For those situations, you need a bike rack. This rack can hold up to 70 pounds in two cycles and fit a wide range of frame sizes and designs.
Every ounce counts; no cyclist wants unnecessary weight on their bike. But a cyclist has to drink, so this lightweight bottle cage is the perfect solution. They are easy to install and hold a water bottle securely, even over rough terrain.
This heart rate monitor transmits real-time data over ANT+ connectivity and BLUETOOTH technology, which means cyclists can monitor themselves whether they’re riding outside or indoors on a trainer. The data can go to a Garmin device or an online training app like Zwift.
Cyclists are so far ahead of their time! They were green before it was excellent and socially distancing before it was a thing. This t-shirt proclaims their social distancing bona fides. This will make a fun Christmas gift for 2020!