Have you drawn the office cyclist in your Secret Santa?
Never fear, The Discerning Cyclist presents a mixture of fun and practical stocking filler ideas for under £30 that you can get from Amazon.
Straight in with a practical gift for cyclists, these gloves will not only keep the icicles off knuckles when riding on a chilly morning, but you can also use your smart phone without having to faff around with taking your gloves on and off.
- 100% waterproof
- 100% windproof
- Conductive fingers for smart phones
- Anti-slip palm
- Adjustable fit with zip
It’s a mug. Looks kinda cool.
A gift you hope you’ll never have to use. But you will. And you’ll be one relieved cyclist.
Including a 17 function multi-tool, a puncture repair kit, a mini-hand pump, and a canvas storage bag, this compact storage kit comes in a bag that can easily be strapped the frame of the bike – making it no effort to keep with you at all times.
Keep a cyclist warm for just 96p!
You can spend a lot of money on bicycle lights, or you can spend £1.83.
These bright front and back LED lights can easily be attached and removed from your handle bars in seconds and are small enough to easily carry around. Perfect for the dark winter nights.
Handy for keeping your phone secure while you ride as well as any other little bits and bobs you like to carry while you ride – whether than be keys, change or a spare innertube.
Available in three sizes dependent on your phone, this top tube phone bag allows you to use your phone while it is in its case, is water resistant and features a headphone extension cable.
You can also find phone top tube bags from just £3.44 – however MAKE SURE YOUR PHONE FITS – not all of the bags are suitable for larger screen phones such as the iPhone 6 or Samsung Galaxy S5.
Effectively the Bible for cyclists. The Rules provides you with the guidance you need for a successful and prosperous life on two wheels.
Rule #9: If you cycle in bad weather, it means you are a badass
Rule #12: The correct number of bikes to own is n+1, where n is the number of bikes currently owned.
You get the jist. Written by The Velominati.
Something every cyclist should have in his back pocket. Never get caught unawares in the rain again.
You may have recently read our post on shirts that are great for cycling in, however, if you prefer to get changed at your destination, then a shirt carrier will probably be ideal for you.
This practical shirt carrier is water resistant and ensures that your shirt remains perfectly folded in its unique shirt frame. You can also pop in any underwear and cufflinks you may need.
Each carrier also comes with complimentary collar stays and cufflinks – which is a nice touch.
Oh my lord.
For kids aged 4-99.
Merry Christmas from The Discerning Cyclist!