It's hard to believe that it's already December. It seems like it was just last week that I was commuting to work on my bike... wait, it was just last week.
Who wouldn't want a neon sign of a bike in their bike workshop? Nuff said.
Some Leg Lube - $8.95
I met with the Leg Lube founder, Austin, at Interbike and he gave me a bottle to try. I tried it while still down there, and was immediately sold. It has a great scent, leaves your legs "tingly", and you can use it in, or out of the shower (just need a little bit of water to help spread it). Best of all? You use a very small amount, so the 3.4 oz (TSA travel approved size) bottle will last you a looong time!
A Glitch Wear Coffee Messenger Bag - $40 to $130
Some Tools and a Workstand - prices vary
There is nothing more satisfying than wrenching on your own bike. Make sure your cyclist is using the right tool for the job.
An Endurance Conspiracy T-Shirt - $30
Or, a Cycle Love Sunburst T-Shirt - $20
It wouldn't be a Bike-Junkie Christmas list without some bike-themed t-shirts .Endurance Conspiracy has some fun designs that take their cues from music - such as the Hendrix-inspired Merckx '74 European Tour, and their own version of the Bond girl. The Cycle Love shirt? As it says around the cog "For the Love of All Things Bike".
And Finally, Santa, please bring me a Bike Fit. - $150+ approx. (Check with your local bike shop)
Give the gift of comfortable riding. I had a bike fit done last month, and am very happy with the results.
Merry Christmas, and Happy Holidays!