Looking for great gift ideas for your favorite Mountain Biker? Whether for enduro, trail or XC, JensonUSA had a few ideas, then we helped curate this list of deals to give you options at every price range. Check their site for more great early bird deals throughout Black Friday, week, too! Here’s our curated pick for the 2018 holiday season that any mountain biker is sure to enjoy!
Gifts for about $10
- Saving weight and looking great? It’s not just a New Year’s Resolution with the Wolf Tooth Components Ultralight Stem Cap & Spacer ($9.95). Not only does it save a few grams, but the combined structure keeps your steerer tighter and it comes in colors!
- We’ve probably included this item more years than not because, at just $1.99, the Shimano Crankset Arm Tool is essential piece that will make your life sooo much easier.
- Shimano also makes great coated stainless steel shift cables ($5.99), and until we all go electronic, putting better cables and housing on our bikes is an easy upgrade to improve something you’re doing hundreds of times every ride.
- Stan’s NoTubes “baby bottles” ($3.99) have saved us on so many rides. They’re small enough to keep in your hydration pack, they’re cheap, and there’s no reason not to bring one along on every ride.
Gifts Under $30
- If your trails can take it, riding when they’re a little muddy doesn’t have to mean spray keeps you from seeing where you’re going with the All Mountain Style universal fender ($16.00).
- The Diety Knuckleduster Lock-On Grips ($21.99) come in a wide variety of colors and use multi-textured patterns to provide maximum grip, but are narrow enough to work for smaller hands or riders that like a thinner grip.
- The WTB Riddler ($19.99) has a fast rolling, low profile center knob section with bolstered side cornering knobs, making it a great rear tire for getting rowdy! And this steal of a deal is their top-level folding bead, tubeless ready, Tough casing tire!
- Believe it or not, your seatpost collar could be what’s giving your dropper post problems! The Thomson seatpost collar ($29.95) gives you plenty of surface clamping area so you don’t need to use as much force. And, its smooth profile keeps it from snagging your shorts, too!
Gifts Under $50
- The Race Face Aeffect Dropper Post Remote ($42.99) gives you a larger leverage ratio for easier cable pull on most mechanically operated dropper seatposts, and it’s ergonomically shaped to fit where your shift lever used to be.
- Dakine’s Hot Laps Stealth Waist Bag ($26.20) keeps the bare essentials close to your body and the center of gravity low, perfect for quick shuttle runs where you can keep the hydration in the van.
- Continuing the very affordable gift streak is the Timber Mountain Bike Bell ($24.95). It won’t jingle while you’re bombing down trail, but makes it easy to alert hikers or other riders when you want it to.
- For the racer that wants to see their data while ripping through the woods, there’s nothing that’ll keep their GPS cycling computer more secure than the K-Edge Pro Handlebar Mount ($49.99).
Gifts Under $100
- Need to add a little color to your trail bike? The Race Face Chester ($49.95) composite pedals are designed to take a beating and look good doing it, with eight different colors to choose from!
- If your favorite mountain biker makes you watch their bouncy ride footage, do them (and you) a favor and upgrade their Chesty Mount to the Camelbak Sternum Protector ($74.99). Its broad base keeps the camera more stable, and helps protect them in a crash.
- Speaking of crashing, the Fox Flux ($49.99) helmet offers deep rear coverage to keep their brain and head safer, too. And the matte black finish goes with everything.
- Looking for a pair of shoes that easily goes from trail to coffee shop and can double as a commuter and gravel bike shoe? The Giro VR Rumble ($74.99) does all that, and comes in different colors!
- Always flatting? Try the Cush Core ($149.00) tire insert system for riders that continually smash their rims and pinch flat on the big descents. It works with your tubeless tires to give you another layer of protection.
- Want to upgrade to a longer travel dropper but worried it won’t fit on your small or medium frame? The OneUp Dropper Seatpost ($199.99) comes in 150mm and 170mm travel options, and it uses the shortest insertion length of any post!
- The Park Tool TW-5.2 3/8″ Torque Wrench ($105.40) makes a great addition to any serious home mechanic’s workshop, letting them fix things the right way and ensure every bolt is as snug as it needs to be.
- Another essential is a good workstand, but if you don’t have room for a freestanding unit, mount the Park Tool PCS-12 Bench Mount Stand ($116.80) to any workbench or table.