The Cyclist’s Wish List

We all know how hard it can be to find that perfect gift for the cyclist that seems to have everything. Our list will be sure to make your favorite rider light up with joy. 

Spurcycle Brass Bell $50 Silver, $60 Black. These beautiful, made in America bells are the envy of every cyclist. With the trails having a bit more traffic these days, every rider should have a respectful way to announce themselves. Whether you are a mountain biker, road rider, or daily commuter the Spurcycle is absolutely perfect. Brass construction, unparalleled tone, and fully rebuildable if you take a bit of a tumble.  

Silca T Ratchet Kit $50 Every cyclist needs a multi tool that allows them to make trail side repairs. The Silca T Ratchet replaces cumbersome foldable multi tools with a classy ¼” bit based package that includes all the most popular sizes to make necessary adjustments. The included extension takes the hassle out of those hard to reach fasteners. You can add the optional torque kit for those more sensitive bolts or add your own bits for those one off adjustments that are unique to your bike. 

Skratch Labs Hydration Mix & Honey Stinger Waffles $1.50-$20 Fill the stockings hung by the chimney with care with the yumminess they actually want! Riders love having all natural, nutritious morsels to fuel their next adventure rather than candy or coal.  

Alpha Retro Patch Wool Hat $30. These stylish hats with classic style keep you looking good and the super soft genuine FlexFit snapback wool hat will keep your head a bit warmer when your hanging out have that post ride burrito or beer back at the car. Synthetic patch to keep it animal friendly. 


Wolf Tooth Morse Cage $25 Stainless, $70 Titanium. The folks at Wolf Tooth Components have teamed up with the iconic King Cage of Durango, CO to tweak their proven cage design by adding a bit of vertical adjustment to allow clearance for small frames, frame bags, suspension and just improved ergonomics. Timeless design and flawless function are everything you need in the perfect bottle cage. 

One Up Components Aluminum Flat Pedal $145. With the resurgence of flat pedals across all disciplines of cycling the last few years, there’s a good chance that you have a cyclist on your list that is hoping these are under the tree. Aluminum body, Cromoly spindle and oversized bearing offer durability. While 10 replace pins per side and a wide, contoured body keep your feet where they are supposed to be. Available in a variety of color options to match your rider’s steed and their personality. 

Unior 2 in 1 Brake Tool $25. This is the tool that no one really thinks about until it saves the day. The multi stepped pad spreader clears the “OOPS! I squeezed my brake” issue with a breeze while the clever slit helps tweak the rotor brake to straight when a bent rotor threatens your ride. Ask our mechanics and they will tell you, this is one of the favorite tools in the shop. 

Panaracer Gravel King Tires $50-60. Every cyclist needs new tires. The Panaracer Gravel King comes in widths from 26-50mm and in the Slick, Semi-Slick, and Semi-Knob versions to fit the needs of any multi surface rider. Too many options? The 38mm Semi-Slick is our go to for Colorado gravel. 

Feedback Sports Pro Elite Stand $290 w/ Travel Bag . While walking through the pits at any professional bike race you’ll likely notice this shiny red workstand under the vast majority of team tents. For good reason. Aluminum construction to resist corrosion, folding base to save space and make transport a lot easier. It’s height adjustable to comfortably fit any size mechanic and the quick release clamp is gentle on parts. No more flipping your bike upside down in the garage to work on it. 

DNA Cycling x Alpha Bicycle Co. Wool Socks $18. Whoever said they didn’t want socks for Christmas, never had a pair of these. The made in America, 6” cuff, super comfy, breathable and naturally antimicrobial wool blend make these the go to on all but the hottest days.  

Saris M2 Smart Trainer $500. For the dedicated cyclist in Colorado, riding indoors comes with the territoryInstead of whittling away at the workout watching Caddyshack for the millionth time, give your favorite cyclist the gift of training and racing virtually. This trainer allows the rider to sync up with racers and routes from around the world and actually enjoy the time riding indoors.  

Stan’s No Tubes Flow CB7 Wheelset $1400. For that special someone that has been extra nice this year, they deserve carbon wheels. Stan’s No Tubes pioneered tubeless technology and no one does it better. The Flow CB7 fits the bill of what modern mountain bikers both want and need. Just a hair under 30mm inner width pairs perfectly with tires from 2.3-2.5 inches wide while the carbon rim keeps rotating mass to a minimum and significantly increases lateral stiffnessBacked with a 7 year warranty, your favorite rider will be rolling in style for years to come.  

Hopefully this helps takes some of the stress out of holiday buying. If none of these ideas speak to you, just stop on by. We have plenty of ideas, great accessories, components and tools in stock to fill those boxes underneath the tree. Happy Holidays!