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Shop Small Business Saturday: 10 Bicycle Gift Ideas For The Holidays

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While you’re home nursing your Black Friday wounds, hop on the computer and check out these neat bicycling inspired gift ideas from small businesses. The first one on our list, above, is a poster from MonkeyRope Press in Chicago for $25.00. Click more for the rest of the list.


#2 – All natural energy bars from Thunderbird Energetica out of Texas. Raw, Vegan, Soy-Free, Gluten-Free, No Added Sugars, All-Natural, Handmade…what could be better? Try a mixed box of all three flavors: Cherry Walnut Crunch, Cashew Fig Carrot, and Cacao Fig Walnut, offered in boxes of 15 for $32.00.

leather wine/water bottle holder for your bike

#3 – A leather water bottle cage for your classic bicycle from Jepsen Leather Goods out of Madison, WI, for $75.00.

bicycle alphabet blocks for children by magens bay

#4 – Don’t forget the kiddos with a set of wooden bicycle blocks from Magens Bay Designs out of Portland, OR, for $22.50. Alphabet letters can be added to one of the other sides, just let them know you want that when purchasing!

stemcaptain bottle opener

#5 – This little bit would make a great stocking stuffer for the cyclist in your life – and for yourself ;). It’s a bottle opener stem cap from StemCaptain, based in Grand Junction, CO, $14.95 for anodized aluminum, $19.95 in chrome, and $29.95 in titanium. Also check out their watch, thermometer, compass, and picture frame stem caps.

vespertine cinch beltvespertine reflective belt for cycling

#6 – Keep your loved ones safe with a gift of reflective accessories from Vespertine in NYC. These CINCH belts are $36.00 each. Click on the link above to check out their funky vests and reflective scarves that would be great for men and women.

outlier wool pants

#7 – The new wool version of Outlier’s OG pants, made in NYC and coveted by our editor, Tyler. Great for winter riding with warm merino wool that’s coated with a Nanosphere coating to keep ’em looking great despite foul weather and road grime, $220.00.

first to the line bicycle race card game

#8 – For the racer that just can’t wait for racing to start up again, a First To The Line bike racing card game for $18, based out of Washington, DC.

lindsey wilson college bicycle friendly decal

#9 – Here’s the deal of the day – a Bicycle Friendly decal for your home, business, or car that’s only $1! Offered by Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia, KY, with profits supporting their cycling program. Read how the stickers came about here, and order yours here.

Item #10? How ’bout a gift certificate to your Local Bike Shop?


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12 years ago

I commend the small business push. However, I have a question: How long do we support a small business? I find it sad that people feel sorrow and pity for the hard-working small business owner, but then piss on them and call them sellouts when their small businesses becomes so successful (maybe ’cause of all that hard work?) that it becomes a–GULP!–big business.

I have a theory, still in the works, that claims that all big companies were at one time small ones. Not sure, but I am homing on some signs that this could be a truism.

10 years ago

I don’t mind supporting large companies as long as they act ethically and actively do social good. Not many large companies do this, unfortunately.

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