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10 Christmas Presents for Cyclists

Do you have keen cyclists among your family and friends? Are you still not sure what to get them for Christmas? Then check out our selection of Christmas gifts for cyclists!

Maria Forko
In der Stadt ohne Rad unterwegs zu sein, ist für Maria kaum vorstellbar. Schneller, bequemer und stressfreier geht es nicht. Und wenn es dann auch noch mit dem Rad in die Natur geht, ist das Glück perfekt. Also, warum nicht gleich noch darüber schreiben?! Als Freiberuflerin können so zwei Leidenschaften perfekt miteinander verknüpft werden. Die nächste Ausfahrt mit dem Rad kommt bestimmt, über die man wieder schreiben kann.
Foto © Nathan Lemon / Unsplash

Good to know: All gifts listed here have been carefully selected out of personal conviction. The editors received no compensation for the inclusion of the article in this list.

1. wooden bicycle handles

Classy, elegant and above all comfortable – that’s what makes the walnut wood handles from Velospring stand out. They’re sustainably produced with wood sourced from southern Germany, they’re suitable for all handlebars, and they’re weatherproof. A real eye-catcher on any bike.

Foto © velospring

Foto © Litelok

2. Bicycle Lock

For many people, their bicycle is one of their most treasured possessions. A bicycle lock from Litelok is perfect for keeping it safe wherever they go. The material isn’t just lightweight – it’s specially designed so that cable or bolt cutters can’t damage it. And you can even link two locks together or use the same key for multiple locks. Brilliantly practical!

Foto © Bike Citizens

3. Bike Reflectors

The Bling Bling bike reflectors from Bike Citizens make bikes both safer and more stylish. The cards fit between the spokes and come in four cool designs, so your friends will be easy to spot when riding their bike.

4. Bicycle Calendar

Bicycles have evolved greatly not only in recent years, but over the last few centuries too. If you have friends or family members who love their history, this historical bicycle wall calendar  from Peter Rüssmann (Photos) and Nico Thomas is the perfect Christmas present.

Foto © Rüssmann-Rüssmann GbR

5. Bike Pedals with Integrated Lights

Especially in winter, you want to be even more visible – and you’re sure to be seen with the bike pedals from Redshift, which have integrated lights on both sides. The LED lights have batteries which can be recharged over and over again

Foto © Redshift Sports

Foto © Ooopsmark

6. Wine Holder

Some cyclists like nothing more than a nice drop of wine when they’re out and about. If they don’t have a basket or rucksack, they can attach the bottle (with wine or whatever they like) to the bike frame using this stylish leather bottle holder from Oopsmark.

Foto © Liix

7. Bicycle Bell

Every bike needs a bell, of course, but if you’re looking for something unusual then Liix is the place to go. Their yellow duck bike horn has a helmet with various designs – and it’ll certainly make everyone get out of the way in a hurry.

8. Bike Wear

Any cyclist planning a longer bike ride will want to look stylish while being protected from wind and weather. And nothing does that better than the bike wear from Café Du Cycliste. Their online Shop has thermal vests, rain jackets, gloves and lots of other clothes and accessories.

Foto © Café Du Cycliste

Foto © Wacacao

9. Portable Espresso Machine

Fancy a freshly made espresso while you ride your bike? The portable espresso machine from Wacacao makes it easy! It’s hand-operated, so you don’t even need batteries (rechargeable or otherwise) with you.

Foto © Trues Utility

10. Toolkit

Anyone who regularly travels by bike knows all too well that breakdowns can happen without warning at any time. With this Cycle-On Multitool from True Utility they’re prepared for any situation. It’s just 12 mm thick, so it fits in any backpack, and it comes in a small protective leather case.

Maria Forko
In der Stadt ohne Rad unterwegs zu sein, ist für Maria kaum vorstellbar. Schneller, bequemer und stressfreier geht es nicht. Und wenn es dann auch noch mit dem Rad in die Natur geht, ist das Glück perfekt. Also, warum nicht gleich noch darüber schreiben?! Als Freiberuflerin können so zwei Leidenschaften perfekt miteinander verknüpft werden. Die nächste Ausfahrt mit dem Rad kommt bestimmt, über die man wieder schreiben kann.

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