Friday, November 28, 2008

More great gift ideas (and lots under $99!)

When you ask 30 people for bicycling-related gift ideas, you get a LOT of different thoughts. Below are the rest of the great gift suggestions from the Century Cycles staff that didn't make it on to one of our Top 5 lists for cyclists, people who go-by-bike, or families.

  • Topeak Roadmorph Frame Pump

  • Chamois Butt’r

  • Quick Stik tire change lever

  • Repair class

  • Energy bars, Sportlegs nutritional supplement, Clif Shot Bloks

  • Planet Bike Stealth Blinkie (“the brightest and most attention-grabbing”)

  • Pearl Izumi wool socks (“rugged and wears well year-round.”)

  • Tools (“Shop-quality tools from Park; the multi-tools just don’t cut it; when I need to make an adjustment I want something that is easy to use and feels good in the hand.”)

  • Burley Tail Wagon ("Take dogs for a ride in the safety of a wagon.")

  • Thule Double Track Hitch ("A great way to encourage someone to ride outside their zip code. This hitch doesn't require lifiting or a frame adapter, and the bikes don't sway.")

  • White Lightning Clean Streak De-greaser (“'Cuz most people go way too long without cleaning their chain”)

  • Stan's No Tubes Tire Sealant System (“Never get another flat tire on a mountain bike ever again. And if I want, I can even get a kit for my road bike.”)

  • Lezyne Pressure Drives pump (“small and beautiful!”)

  • Pearl Izumi Zephrr jacket (“superior cycling wear”)

  • Gore Ride-On cables

  • Warmfront cycling vest

  • Pearl Izumi Vagabond jacket/vest

  • Brooks Saddle

  • Large Timbuk2 Messenger Bag

  • Celeste Bar Tape

  • Celeste Velocity Cages and Celeste Bianchi Bottles

  • Camelbak (M.U.L.E.)

  • Good set of fenders

  • New cycling shorts

  • Gift cards

  • Xtracycle FreeRadical kit

  • Topeak Shuttle tire levers

  • Niterider Road Rat headlight

  • Lezyne patch kit

(Photo credit: Portland Carfree Day)

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