Hand-picked MTB gifts, you can't wait to give.
Give the gift of stoke to the mountain biker on your list this year.
Mountain bikers and trail riders live for adventure and it's no doubt they're hard on their gear. The holiday season is the perfect time to upgrade, replace, and go all-out on great gear.
The Mountain Bike Gift Guide is a selection of components, accessories, and must-haves for any level of mountain biker, hand-picked by us.
Cannondale TrailShroom Grips
Have someone on your gift list with a sweet shred sled or cross country racing machine? Give them a little accent of color and excellent grip to keep them on the trail.
Five Ten Trailcross GTX Mountain Bike Shoe
For those mountain bikers in your life who don't give up riding through the cold and wet months, the waterproof Trailcross is the perfect gift. The GORE-TEX tech will keep them dry, while the rigid and tacky Stealth outsole will help keep them on the pedals.
Gloworm X2 Adventure 2000 Lightset G2.0
Riding trails in low light conditions can be...sketchy. But die-hard MTBers will still do it in the winter months when it gets dark at 5pm. The Gloworm X2 busts 2000 lumens of light when mounted to their helmet or handlebars so they'll hardly remember they're riding at night.
POC DO Half Blade Sunglasses
POC is renowned in the MTB community for a reason — their gear is not only protective and lightweight, but it's also crafted by outdoorsy people for outdoorsy people. The sleek, stylish aesthetic of the Half Blade sunglasses is the perfect addition to any shredder outfit.
Troy Lee Designs A1 MIPS MTB Helmet
From World Championship downhill riders to kids at the local trail network, Troy Lee Design helmets have become ubiquitous with mountain biking. And it makes sense. Their headgear has some of the highest protection ratings out there and their fresh designs are unmatched. And, as iconic as the steak sauce, the Troy Lee Designs A1 MIPS is an MTBers go-to.
Dakine Hot Laps 5L Waist Hydration Bag
Designed in Santa Cruz, CA, this waist pack was made for MTBers who like to spend hours on the trails without heavy backpacks that throw off their center of gravity. The Hot Laps bag comes with a two-liter Hydropak reservoir and hose, so your giftee can bring ample water along with their phone and snacks.
Fox Defend Fire Bib Pants
Muddy and cold winter trail rides can be radical...until your pants are so soaked through you can hardly feel your legs. But you just got the water-resistant and fleece lined Fox Defend Fire Bibs over the holidays, so your legs are dry and warm. Time to thank that person who gave you those bibs and keep shredding!
Endura MT500 Mountain Bike Overshoe
Conceived by cyclists in the rainy UK, the MT500 will keep your giftee's feet dry in the worst conditions while also not falling apart after three rides (the unfortunate consequence of many shoe covers on MTB trails). The durable molded rubber toe cap also provides plenty of grip on steep, muddy slopes and other hike-a-bike situations MTBers encounter.
Fox Racing Enduro Knee Sleeves
Gifting body armor to mountain bikers is a semi-subtle way of saying "Hey, I care about you...please be careful out there." Fortunately, these knee sleeves are not only ultra protective, but breathable too, so they'll probably forget they're even there.
Sock Guy Wool Crew Six Inch Sock
When we were young, getting wool socks over the holidays was like "meh," but now it's like "booyah!" Between those wet commutes to school or work or training rides in the cold, nice warm wool socks can make any cyclist's day better. Sock Guy has added some groovy patterns so you can add a little flash of style to your winter get-up.
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