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JensonUSA Holiday Gift Guide… for the Gravel Grinder

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Looking for the perfect gift for your favorite Gravel Grinder? 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.


jensonusa gift guide for gravel cyclists

  • Sometimes, you just need a backup set of allen wrenches in your car. And garage. And bike bag. Jenson’s mini set has all the sizes you need and, at this price, you can afford to stuff them everywhere. Even a stocking. ($5.49)
  • Orange Seal makes first time tubeless setups and refills super easy with their included hose. Just remove the valve core, slide the hose over the valve stem and squeeze. Sealant flows cleanly into the tire without any need to break the bead’s seat. Bonus: The sealant works really well, too. ($9.99 for 4oz)

$10 to $25

jensonusa gift guide for gravel cyclists

  • Wool socks made for cyclists in a goes-with-everything dark gray. What more do we need to say? Grab these Sock Guy 6″ cuff socks with a 50/50 blend of TurboWool Merino and polypropylene for scratch-free performance. ($11.95)
  • Part of the fun of gravel riding is braving new worlds, regardless of conditions. But none of us are brave enough to ride in the rain without protecting our phones. The Birzman Weather Warrior Phone Pouch keeps your smartphone safe while still allowing full use of the touch screen. ($20)

$25 to $50

jensonusa gift guide for gravel cyclists

  • Unless you’re racing, there’s no need to look like a proper roadie when riding off road. The Giro Venture Sport Jersey is slim enough to reduce drag but won’t drag down your style when you finish at a coffee shop. And at almost 70% off, it won’t be a drag on your bank account, either. ($24.99)
  • Pair those with Giro’s DND1 gloves with a suede palm and 4-way stretch mesh upper for great grip and breathability. Limited sizes left. ($24.95)
  • And match those with the Giro Chrono arm warmers to break the chill on early morning starts. ($35.00)
  • Given the unknown road conditions and weather where we’re headed, a little safety precaution is in order. The Adventure Medical Kits 0.7 Ultralight has enough basics to cover two people’s minor mishaps, all contained in a miniature zippered case. ($25.99)

$50 to $100

jensonusa gift guide for gravel cyclists

  • The Terrene Elwood 700×40 gravel tire is one of our personal favorites. It rolls fast, corners securely, has a respectable weight, and comes in Light or Tough casing options to suit your terrain. And they’re affordable. ($65.00)
  • The Revelate Designs Tangle Frame Pack keeps the extras mounted low and out of the way, so your handling remains solid and you’re never without a snack. Waterproof webbing and zipper with bombproof construction. Three sizes to fit most any standard frame. ($90.00)
  • If you need more storage, or just prefer to keep the extras on your person, the Camelbak Palos 4 LR hydration waist pack gives you a 1.5L reservoir plus room for a mini-tool, tube, snacks and phone. ($75.00)
  • The Light & Motion Urban 900 may be named for the streets, but it’s output will guide you through the darkest back roads. Side markers add safety visibility when you do get back to civilization. ($99.99)

OVER $100

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  • The Giro Privateer R mountain bike shoes offer the solid platform you need to grind away the miles, without sacrificing all-day comfort and walkability. The outsole features a nylon sole with co-molded rubber lugs for excellent traction. Available in black with gum-rubber treads in lots of sizes, and this gray with flame orange tread in limited sizes. ($150)
  • The Brooks Cambium Saddle brings the legendary English brand into the modern era with a vulcanized rubber and canvas fabric upper that “hammocks” your sit bones for ultimate comfort on rough roads. ($157.50)
  • If your favorite gravel cyclist (or you) tend to get lost on those back country roads, the Garmin Edge 1030 should help get everyone home in time for dinner. Heck, it’ll even help you find the most popular routes along your ride home! ($599)

Check out JensonUSA’s Gift Guides and deals for the RoadieMountain Biker, and Cyclocross Racer, and stay tuned for our Commuter gift guide!

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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