19 Awesome Gifts For Cyclists That are Useful & Practical [2023]

Collage of best gifts for cyclists

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If you’re looking for the perfect gift for your two-wheel-loving friend, then you’ve come to the right place. The best gifts for cyclists should do one of three things: help them spend more time on their bikes, inspire them to ride further, faster, and better, or keep them safe out on the roads and busy bike paths.

Below are unique biking gift ideas that are practical and sure to be appreciated. I firmly believe that gift-giving should come from the heart, so I’ve selected items that are high-quality and will last throughout the seasons.

MyMedic Super Light MedPack for Cyclists

1. Cyclist Super Light MedPack


Be prepared for any minor injury or mishap with the Cyclist Super Light MedPack. It includes bandages, a packet of chamois cream, electrolyte powder, hand wipes, and more. If you want a more advanced kit, check out the Biker Med Pack or the Cycle Medic which can be strapped to your bike frame.

Hornit Clug Roadie Bike Rack

2. Clug Roadie Bike Rack


Boasted as the World’s Smallest Bike Rack, the Hornit Clug Roadie is a space-efficient and affordable way to store your bikes in the garage or apartment. It also comes in other tire sizes from mtb to fat tire.

HANDUP Shorties cycling gloves

3. HANDUP Half Finger Gloves


HANDUP Gloves are my go-to choice for all biking adventures from mountain biking to road cycling. Their shorties gloves are designed for cyclists and they have their signature fun quips across the palms.

4. Cast Iron Cyclist


This cast iron sculpture is a perfect gift for cyclists for the home or office. It measures 5.1 inches by 6.8 inches.

Pearl iZUMi AmFIB Toe Covers for cyclists

5. Pearl iZUMi AmFIB Toe Covers


Keep your toes nice and warm on chilly days with the Pearl iZUMi AmFIB Toe Covers that slip right over your clipless shoes and pedals.

Lakes & Mountains | Artwork by DURIDO

6. Cycling Art by DURIDO


I really love the artwork by DURIDO and a print or two would make a great gift for the cyclist in your life. You can choose from one of the already created designs or request a custom print.

7. Epic Bike Rides of the World


Start planning your next epic bike trip with the Lonely Planet Epic Bike Rides of the World. This is a great gift for cyclists that have a bit of wanderlust! Double the inspiration with the Lonely Planet Epic Bike Rides of the Americas or Epic Bike Rides of Europe.

8. Sprintech Drop Bar Mirror


The Sprintech Dropbar Mirror is a practical gift for cyclists who do a lot of road riding. To install, simply remove the endcaps of your dropbars and insert the mirror.

Ortlieb Micro Saddle Bag

9. Ortlieb Micro Saddle Bag


Carrying a few tools in a saddle bag is a really good idea for road cyclists. A multi-tool, spare tube, pump, or CO2 cartridge are the essentials in case you get a flat or find a loose bolt. I like the Ortlieb Micro Saddle Bag because it’s waterproof, lightweight, and high-vis. It also comes in a smaller 0.5 L version.

VYBE Percussion Massage Gun

10. Massage Gun


I have this VYBE Percussion Massage Gun and it is awesome for tired and sore cycling muscles! It comes with 8 different tip attachments to massage muscles all over the body from calves to thighs to glutes. It also has 9 different speed settings and unlike a lot of massage guns, this one is super quiet.

One Up EDC Pump

11. One Up EDC Pump


Sixty-five dollars may seem hard to swallow for a hand pump, but the One Up EDC pump has a few extra features that make it worth it. It can be used with a CO2 cartridge plus it has storage for small spares like a master link or the One UP EDC (Everyday Carry) multi-tool (sold separately).

Pearl iZUMi Barrier Jacket for cycling

12. Anything from Pearl iZUMi


Pearl iZUMi is my go-to brand for cycling apparel and anything from their line would make a great gift for cyclists. Their clothes are stylish, well-designed, and built to last. They don’t offer gift certificates, but I guarantee you’ll find something that you (or they) love!

Terry bicycle saddle

13. A Terry Saddle


If you’re buying a gift for your lady cycling friend, a Terry Saddle is a great idea. I have several Terry Saddles and I love them (including this Butterfly Ti Saddle). All Terry saddles are designed for female cyclists and you can find the perfect one with their Saddle Selector.

Thousand Bike Helmet

14. Thousand Helmet


The Thousand Heritage helmet is more for bike commuting and weekend exploring, but if your cyclist is in need of a stylish lid, this is a great option. I have one and I love it!

Shokz OpenRun Headphones

15. Shokz OpenRun Headphones


If you like to listen to music while you ride, but are concerned about hearing traffic, the Shokz OpenRun Headphones are the perfect answer. They sit above your ears, rather than in them, so you can still hear cars behind you.

Light & Motion bike light set

16. Light & Motion Bike Light Set


Making sure you’re visible on the road is the most important thing cyclists can do. That’s why I love the Light & Motion Vis 1000 Bike Light Set. It’s designed with an easy-mount system and rechargeable USB battery.

17. Burley Travoy Bike Cargo Trailer


Make errands-by-bike or commuting to work easier with the Burley Travoy Bike Cargo Trailer. It attaches to your seat post with a quick hitch that requires no tools to install. The trailer also folds down to the size of a briefcase when not needed.

Garmin Edge 830 Computer

18. Garmin Edge 830 Computer


I use my Garmin Edge 830 bike computer for all my road, gravel, and bikepacking rides. The touchscreen makes it easy to use and it has a ton of great features like ClimbPro, which helps you pace your climbs, GPS tracking, and you can connect to your favorite apps like Ride With GPS, Strava, and more.

Read my full review of the Garmin Edge 830 bike computer here.

19. SeaSucker Mini-Bomber


I personally haven’t tried the SeaSucker Mini-Bomber bike rack, but I’m really intrigued. It’s a great way to haul bikes if you don’t have a hitch or crossbars – or if you travel with your bike and need to transport it on a rental car.

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