Salmon-coloured bike lights, Welsh blanket musettes and hand-woven baskets: these gift ideas are sure to inspire more two-wheeled adventures in the New Year
Functional and stylish, these Bookman lights are result of a clever collaboration with The Deadly Nightshades and they come in four awesome colours with awesome names; Pitch Black, Sea Foam, Velo Yellow and Spoked Salmon. They're easy to attach and have three different light modes.
For the Chopper geek in your life, this fun silk screen print is illustrated by Harriet Seed on white A3 paper. This is a limited edition of 35 and each one is signed and numbered by the artist.
Jazz up your bicycle with one of these of a kind baskets, woven from tropical elephant grass. Each one is completely unique and made by hand, and comes with the name of their personal weaver stitched inside it. Bring a touch of the exotic to your handlebars!
These hand-printed t-shirts celebrate the soulful side of cycling rather than lap times and padded lycra. Pilgrim is a Kickstarter funded project and its organic cotton t-shirts are made via a climate neutral manufacturing process solely using green energy from wind and solar power. We love this understated t-shirt with the Pilgrim logo and handy phone pocket.
According to fforest, the musette is used by professional cycling teams the world over, not only to carry food for their riders but also to advertise and market their sponsors and are always designed to be bold and colourful. These Welsh blanket musettes don't fail to deliver on that promise. Comes with an adjustable strap, a reflector tab and an internal pocket to store your phone. Available in six colours and patterns.
Illustrator Carl Partridge produced these ace embroidered 'Shut up Legs' patches in celebration of the recently retired and very legendary cyclist Jens Voigt. There are limited numbers though so get one while you can!