A smattering of ideas in the £50-£100 price range. So we’re talking some pretty serious gifts here. This is just a handful to get your juices going. There’s many more in the sub-£100 Xmas gift category
Here’s our pick of some things that are currently in our Christmas Gifts Under £100 category.
Merlin Cycles price £85.00 (RRP £230.00)
Fight back against the darkness.
Reclaim more hours to go and ride your bike through winter.
These lights kick out 1,000 lumens. Enough to light up dark roads or off-road trails.
Merlin Cycles price £99.95 (RRP £109.99)
When you think of GPS computers you think of Garmin. They’re the market leaders by quite a margin.
GPS devices are creeping down in price year on year and this Edge 200 is now below the magic hundred quid barrier.
Quick to find signal. Hugely more accurate than a smartphone GPS. If you want usefully accurate data, get a Garmin.
Merlin Cycles price £69.95 (RRP £119.99)
You can never have enough handbags.
The HAWG is a big bag. You could say it Holds Alotta Water and Gear in fact.
It makes for a great expedition pack. Or for overnight adventures. Or even for commuting duties.
Park PCS9 Home Mechanic Repair Stand
Merlin Cycles price £74.96 (RRP £99.95)
If you know someone who’s forever tinkering then a workstand would really make their day.
Being able to hold the bike in the air in a stable manner really makes working on bikes so much more pleasant and effective.
The PCS9 is height adjustable and has 360 degree rotation clamp. It also folds away completely when not in use.
Oakley Quarter Jacket Youth Fit Sunglasses
Merlin Cycles price from £72.00 (RRP £90.00)
A lot of cyclists baulk at spending money on eyewear. They certainly wouldn’t usually bother to even browse Oakley. Too spendy. Except they’re not really.
Take these Quarter Jackets for example. They’re only just over £70.00. Not ‘cheap’ cheap. But not megabucks either.
Their Youth Fit name suggests that they’re kid-specific but a lot of female riders or just-have-a-small-head riders suit them fine too.
As well as the Christmas Categories on our regular site we’ve created some special boards on Pinterest.
Here’s the Pinterest board for these sub-£100 cycling Christmas gifts…
What the heck is Pinterest?
It’s like an online noticeboard. Or an online scrapbook. Or an online ‘mood board’.
Photos are called ‘pins’. Themed collections of photos are called ‘boards’.
Confused? Just have a look and it will all make sense pretty quick. It’s a visual thang. It’s great for discovering stuff and saving things in a handy way.