Activities Sports & Athletics Best Gifts for Bike Riders Ideas for the Cyclist in Your Life Share PINTEREST Email Print Sports & Athletics Bicycling Basics Gear Maintenance Baseball Basketball Billiards Bodybuilding Bowling Boxing Car Racing Cheerleading Cricket Extreme Sports Football Golf Gymnastics Ice Hockey Martial Arts Professional Wrestling Skateboarding Skating Paintball Soccer Swimming & Diving Table Tennis Tennis Track & Field Volleyball Other Activities Learn More By David Fiedler David Fiedler is an experienced cyclist and author of "Ride Fit," a guide to cycling for fun and fitness. our editorial process David Fiedler Updated March 08, 2017 Looking for just the right gift for a bike rider? You're sure to find the perfect thing for the cyclist in your life in our list below. 01 of 12 Wordlock Bike Lock The Word-Lock cable bike lock uses letters combinations instead of numbers to open the lock. Create an easy-to-remember word that means something to you as your combination and never be stuck again, unable to open your lock because you can't remember the code. 02 of 12 Wool Cycling Caps Whether you're looking for classic caps made from wool; performance bike caps made from high-tech material to wick away sweat; or even caps made from eco-friendly hemp, there is a style just for you. Fun, affordable and very, very cool, these cycling caps are perfect, even if you don't think of yourself as a cap-wearer. Once you've tried them, you'll likely find there's no going back to the days when you wore nothing underneath your helmet. 03 of 12 Oakley Jawbone Sunglasses The Jawbone sunglasses by Oakley. The Oakley Jawbone sunglasses have snappy colors, great optics and the endorsement of lots of pro cyclists, including Lance Armstrong and others. Patented switchlock technology allows lenses to be swapped out quickly and easily for any sports environment. Top-notch optics and anti-sheen coating on lenses coupled with venting on the lenses helps keep airflow moving around the eyes to help prevent fogging. Serious performance means serious cyclists will be able to see well under any conditions with these glasses. 04 of 12 Chrome Messenger Bag Chrome Transport in San Francisco, California, is known for its line of products that fit the urban cycling lifestyle. Chrome's products, which include knickers, footwear and a wide range of bags and packs, are designed with functionality and durability foremost in mind, and the same thing holds true with their messenger bags. Built by people who know bikes and what it takes to last in day-in, day-out riding, Chrome's products -- including and especially the messenger bags -- contain an astounding level of quality and a great deal of built-in features that highlight both functionality and style. 05 of 12 Solar Motion Bike Scuplture Solar Motion Bike Sculpture. The Solar Motion Bike Sculpture is a cool thing. It features a stainless steel bicyclist who starts to pedal when you put him in a bright source of natural or artificial light. You can use either direct sunlight or the light provided by the sculpture's built-in lamp to make it go. 06 of 12 Cycling Jerseys From Your Favorite College Sports Teams Adrenaline Promotions If you're a cyclist and a college sports fan, you should check out these jerseys. Featuring bright colors and logos from your favorite teams, these jerseys are a great way to show your allegiance to your favorite school. Available in road or mountain bike styles, chances are you'll find just about any tier I school that you're looking for, from Alabama and Arizona to Wisconsin, Wyoming and Yale. They're well-made and comfortable, and you'll enjoy wearing them either on the bike or at the game. 07 of 12 Hydration Pack Hydration packs are a necessity for any long ride. Not only can they carry all the fluid you need, but they are great for holding food and tools too. 08 of 12 Power Grips Pedal Straps Power Grips pedal straps are a durable and effective way to mimic most of the positive effect of having special bike shoes that click into your pedals without the expense and added complexity. Cheap and easy to install, Power Grips Pedal Straps can help increase your pulling power on the upstroke and yet are easy to get into and out of in a flash - not nearly the topple problem as bike shoes that attach to the pedals. Though it isn't exactly the same as using a shoe/pedal combo of course, but with the price and ease of use, they're a darn good alternative for many cyclists. 09 of 12 Slime Flat Resistant Self-Sealing Tubes Slime's self-sealing flat resistant tubes will help you have fewer flats. Period. And that's worth a lot when you are relying on your bike for transportation to work or school or wherever, or are just out on a ride and don't want to get stuck 20 miles from home. Or, perhaps you want to check out Slime's tube sealant in a bottle, that you can use on existing untreated tubes to give them more protection from flats. 10 of 12 Life is Crap Mountain Bike Shirt If you're a "glass half empty" kind of person, you'll enjoy this Life is Crap mountain biking t-shirt. Featuring a cyclist getting bucked off his bike and being thrown headlong toward a tree, the shirt captures the true joy and thrill of a mountain bike moment when you go OTB. 11 of 12 Candy Clipless Pedals by Crank Brothers Crank Brothers Candy SL pedals. If you like the minimalist look and excellent performance of Crank Brothers signature Eggbeater pedals, but perhaps long for a bit more platform, the Candy pedal also by Crank Brothers will be just want you want. The pedal is easy to maintain, is plenty durable and sheds mud easily if you take it off-road. 12 of 12 Pryme BMX Helmet If you're looking for a basic, solid helmet for BMX or skating, look no further than the Pryme 8 helmet. With a range of colors that'll suit anyone's taste - from flat black and olive drab to eggplant, rust and pink - you can even get the jazzed-up graphics on the sister model Pryme 8 Tat2 helmet. The Pryme 8 is is a well-made helmet that will give you durable, no-frills performance for BMX, skating or any other action sports, so the focus can be on you and not what's sitting on your head. And at an on-line price commonly around $20 bucks plus shipping (as of 2/11/2017) for the basic models, the cost is right indeed.