Looking for the perfect gift for your favorite Bicycle Commuter? Ideas for your own wishlist? Or just wanna stuff your own stocking with a good deal? Since our Bikerumor Editor’s wish lists are focused on products we’ve tested and recommend, we turned to our friends at JensonUSA to provide a gift guide full of popular items and killer deals for every budget, from under $10 up to $100 and more.

UNDER $10

jensonusa holiday gift ideas for bicycle commuters and urban cyclists who ride to work and school

  • Sriracha socks. Because, well, who doesn’t like Srirach, and cyclists like to wear weird socks. ($9.85)
  • If your commuter looks more like a city bike than a racing bike, this stainless steel bottle cage accentuates the aesthetic while keeping your bottle safely on board. ($7.99)
  • Simple, cheap, and durable. Hard to go wrong with Velo’s understated black polyurethane bar tape for a bike that might sit out in the weather or get thrown against a lamp post on quick errands. ($9.99)
  • Where you don’t want black is on your pants legs, and a wax lube is the cleanest way to keep squeaks at bay and prolong chain life. Even better? The new-and-improved-original White Lightning Clean Ride won’t build up or attract dirt, shedding gunk as you ride. ($5.99 for 4oz)

$10 to $25

jensonusa holiday gift ideas for bicycle commuters and urban cyclists who ride to work and school

  • The Lezyne KTV headlight checks all the boxes – bright, cheap, comes in colors, mounts easily, is USB rechargeable, and has side visibility. Grab one at 43% off! ($12.99)
  • Riding to work earns you a snack, and Honey Stinger’s gluten free waffles are among the tastiest ones out there. They may even make that bad office coffee a little less terrible. Choose from Cinnamon, Salted Caramel, or Vanilla & Chocolate. ($19.99 for 16)
  • Like the stainless bottle cage, Lezyne’s brass bell adds an element of style and class to any commuter bike, and helps alert pedestrians you’re coming up on the left. ($13.99)

$25 to $50

jensonusa holiday gift ideas for bicycle commuters and urban cyclists who ride to work and school

  • We all know buying out of season is the way to save, and the 2016 Giro Merino Polo is a heckuva deal. Arrive at the office this spring feeling, looking (and smelling) fresh with money left over for the latte en route. ($29.99)
  • The Cateye Urban Wireless makes easy work of tracking your mileage, speed and distance, and it even estimates your calorie consumption. If your rides are more about saving gas or getting fit than crushing Strava, this makes it easy to visualize. ($35.00)

$50 to $100

jensonusa holiday gift ideas for bicycle commuters and urban cyclists who ride to work and school

  • The Niterider Sentinel has the rare feature of projecting laser bike lane lines onto the ground, helping create a visual barrier between you and the cars. Add in daylight visibility and multiple blink patterns and you have a great way to ride safely to and from work or school. ($54.99)
  • There’s only a few sizes left of these Giro Republic Road shoes in army green with gumwall treads, so grab one quick for a walkable cycling shoe that’ll get you in and out of the office (or classroom) more easily. ($97.47)
  • The Bell Stratus keeps most of the features of their highest end road bike helmet, but comes in much less expensive. Sleek looks, plenty of ventilation, light weight, and premium fit and safety features mean you’ll arrive safe and lookin’ sharp. ($90.99)
  • The JensonUSA repair stand has wide legs to keep it stable, adjustable height, folds up flat for easy storage and serves just as well to keep store your bike as it does to fix it. ($99.99)

OVER $100

jensonusa holiday gift ideas for bicycle commuters and urban cyclists who ride to work and school

  • It takes commitment to ride to work or school everyday. And the right gear. Fenders are a necessity, and Portland Design Works knows a thing or two about wet weather city riding. Trust these full metal fenders for bikes with skinnier tires. ($125.00)
  • Brass bell, stainless cage, black metal fenders…oh yeah, a Brooks B17 leather saddle. Classic commuter bike, complete! And it’s available in Seven Colors! ($130.50)
  • The Oakley Stringer shades filter out all UVA/B/C through a bronze tinted lens that works in the city and campus. ($123.00)
  • The Chrome Welterweight Hondo is just one of many work and school-ready backpacks (there’s even one for photographers!) that look great off the bike but stay in place while riding through the city. ($80 to $180 depending on model)

Check out JensonUSA’s Gift Guides and deals for the RoadieMountain Biker, Gravel Grinder and Cyclocross Racer, too!


Full Disclosure: These product lists were a collaboration between JensonUSA and Bikerumor’s editors to select products that meet our performance standards and/or represent killer deals. These are affiliate links, so if you end up buying something, might earn us a few pennies so we can keep the lights on and the servers humming.

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