Activities Sports & Athletics Best Gifts Under $25 For That Special Cycling Someone 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 The holidays are here, and that means you are looking for that perfect present for a bike lover. Here are some great gift items all under $25 that will certainly make them merry and bright. 01 of 11 Grease Monkey Wipes Grease Monkey Wipes are a handy little thing to keep around, whether in your garage or in your bike bag. You'll be thankful you've got them when your hands are covered with grease and there's no easy way to get them clean. One little foil pouch produces a hanky-sized wipe with enough cleaning power and durability to take the grease right off your hands. And it's just the right size to throw a couple in your bike bag for those repairs on the road. Sold in box of 24, approximately $1.00 per wipe. 02 of 11 Wool Cycling Socks DeFeet Wool Socks. (c) DeFeet Remember what a bust it was to get something like socks or underwear for Christmas? It may still be a bummer to unwrap a new pair of drawers, but no bike rider will complain or be disappointed to get new pairs of wool cycling socks. Renowned for its wicking ability, wool makes the perfect material to keep feet dry and comfortable. $8.99-$22.00 from a variety of manufacturers including Pearl Izumi, DeFeet and Assos 03 of 11 Bike-Mounted PDA/Phone Case by Topeak PDA/Phone holder by Topeak. (c) Topeak Most cyclists now carry their cell phone or PDA when they ride. But where to put those pesky little things can be a problem. Do you clip it to your belt or put it in your pocket? It can fall off or get in the way. How about your tool bag? You may not hear it when it rings, and you surely risk it being beaten to death by your multi-tool as you roll along. The best answer is to carry your phone or PDA in one of these nifty holders by Topeak. I use one all the time, and it's great. It can mount on your handlebars, stem or top tube and provides ready access to your phone while keeping it safe, protected and out-of-the-way. Different versions fit all phones, and most detach and clip to your belt. 04 of 11 Cue Clip Map Sheet Holder Cue Clip. The Cue Clip is a simple device that is basically a thick strip of velcro and a stout little clip designed to hold your directions hands-free and always in front of you. Wrap the Cue Clip around your handlebars before you leave, and at the end of your ride, the clip and directions will still be there, no matter how long or how fast you ride.Even when you fold the cue sheet into eighths, the clip has no problems clamping down and holding. Can be mounted to handlebars or stem (or anywhere else, for that matter) to fit your need and personal preference. 05 of 11 Big Brass Bell by Mirrycle If that cyclist in your life rides where she or he frequently encounters pedestrians, a bell like this is a perfect and much-needed accessory. With the Big Brass Bell from Mirrycle, a rider can politely but assertively sound a note of approach with a full, distinctive old-fashioned sound that is fun to make and hard to miss. 06 of 11 Assos Chamois Cycling Cream If you've ever ridden for any length of time, you know that protecting your, um, nether regions is an important part of being comfortable. The chamois is the name for the padded liner that most bicycle shorts and pants carry, and the Assos Chamois Cycling Cream is designed to keep that part of your outfit in top working order, if you know what I mean. Cleans, lubricates and knocks down the bacteria and fungus that can cause nasty infections. 07 of 11 Road and Mountain Bike Christmas Ornaments Make your Christmas tree even more festive with bicycle themed ornaments. A variety of styles and colors available. No wearing of your bike helmet is required to place these on your tree. 08 of 11 Hexus Multi-Tool by Topeak Here's an entry-level multi-tool, perfect for everyday cycling. Featuring 16 tools in all, the Topeak Hexus includes seven different-sized Allen wrenches, a Philips and flat head screwdrivers, a Torx T25 bit for disc brakes, a chain hook, a universal chain tool, 2 tire levers, and spoke wrenches. Tuck this into your tool bag, and you'll have the answer to many if not most mechanical troubles that you'll encounter on the road. 09 of 11 Finish Line Bike Wash Bikes get grimy when you ride them. That's why Finish Line Bike Wash will be a hit with the cyclist in your life. Featuring a safe, effective cleansing agent that works with or without water, Finish Line Bike Wash gets the grime off the bike quickly and effectively, without having to blast it with a power sprayer. Around $10 plus any applicable tax and shipping for a 1 liter bottle. 10 of 11 GU Energy Gel 6 pack With this six-pack of GU Energy Gels, your favorite cyclist will never be left alongside the road on a long ride, broken down from lack of energy. GU offers an optimal balance of maltodextrin and fructose to deliver a quick blood sugar rise, and then maintains that glucose level for up to 45 minutes. GU keeps your mind alert and active, and your muscles going strong during your regular workouts. Flavors include Chocolate Outrage, Espresso Love and others. Or try the special holiday six-pack of mint chocolate GU. 11 of 11 Bike Earrings People will hear you loud and clear on your love for cycling with these bicycle earrings. With a variety of dangling or stud earrings, and choices of tandem, ten-speed or regular bikes, you'll be able to find the one that goes with your riding. Here's hoping Santa comes up with some recumbent earrings too.