I know that holiday gift guides are everywhere right now. But this edit helped me plan for my riding buddies, and I’m hoping it can be a go-to guide for you. Around this time of year, I get a little too caught up in hunting sales and scooping up the goods I’ve had my eye on and I need a little help to brainstorm ideas for my friends. If you find something here that you like too, well, I won’t tell.
I reviewed the first edition release of these socks earlier this year. They were miraculous! They cure any numbness you may experience on a ride, and I honestly felt them activating on my feet to keep the blood flowing. They will make any cyclist happy this season.
Cycling cap, socks, and other great accessories made in collaboration with ex-pro racer and fantastic new kit designer Iris Slappendel AND all proceeds go to creating more women’s pro cycling coverage? Sign any woman up! Buy a great a gift and feel good about it.
A natural chamois cream with essential oils that works great, won’t irritate, lasts all ride, and it’s all-natural, too? This is the best cream I’ve ever tried on the market, and you’ll be giving the gift of kindness when you stuff those stockings this year.
The market is over-saturated with cycling caps, so many to choose from how do you make one feel special? The best gifts have a personal touch and a custom cap is just the ticket. MistaCalicoKittyCap himself hand sews all the caps and you can contact him directly to create a handcrafted cap in just the perfect color or pattern for your riding buddy. Guaranteed to be their favorite gift ever!
I don’t have this wallet..yet…but I want it bad. Buy it for me? It has all the best features – fits in any and every jersey pocket, water-resistant fabric that protects from all the elements, gorgeous colors to choose from, loop for easy access, and a genius divider between the phone and your cash and cards so you don’t accidentally drop that $20 when you just wanted to snap a #foreverbutts photo for Instagram.
Boom! I made a gif. That’s how much I love this bag. This little bag fills a really big void. It’s a handlebar bag, a saddle bag, or a zippered pouch on the go. It’s lined, LINED! and it fits a hell of a lot more than you’d expect. What a damn fine friend you are.