If you’re stuck wondering what to get your cycling mad Dad for Father’s Day, then look no further.
Whether he’s a downhill demon, road-rider extraordinaire, or simply finds life sweeter on two wheels, we’ve got it covered.
1. Park Barbecue Tool Set, £24.99
What could be more perfect for the bike-loving father than the opportunity to use mechanic-quality tools while preparing the ultimate BBQ. Park, manufacturer of tools and equipment, bring you the Barbecue Tool Set. There’s even a pizza cutter if the weather sends you indoors.
Available for next day delivery from Evans Cycles
2. Pinarello Dogma 2, £8,499.99
Sir Bradley Wiggins may not be in the Tour de France this year, but if you’re feeling flush, give your dad a taste of glory and buy him the bike Wiggo rode to glory on last year.
3. GoPro Hero3 Camera, from £199
GoPro cameras are great for capturing the action, whether it’s conquering that sportive, nailing a trail or even you and your Dad’s bicycle antics.
Available from GoPro
4. Membership of British Cycling, £28
If he already has kit coming out of his ears, membership of British Cycling is a great option. He’ll get discounted entry to events and special offers, as well as supporting Team GB. More importantly it won’t take up any room in the house, so your Mum will be happy too!
Available from British Cycling
5. Bicycle cufflinks, £19.75
Dad can wear his cycling heart on his sleeve, literally, with these crafted cufflinks featuring tiny bicycles.
Express delivery available from Not On The Highstreet
6. Brooks England Eton Leather Satchel, £370
For a man-bag that whispers class, sophistication and craftsmanship, opt for this beautiful leather satchel. Made by Brooks in the UK, it has room for a laptop, and the sturdy construction means it will last and last.
Available from Brooks England
Dad can show his support for Froome and the team while looking smart at work with this understated short-sleeved shirt by Rapha.
Available from Rapha
8. Howies MTB T-Shirt, £25
If off-road is Dad’s natural habitat, then this t-shirt from Howies says it all, and it’s even made from organic cotton.
Available from Howies
9. SockGuy Socks, from £8.99
Just because socks are one of the traditional Dad gifts, doesn’t mean they have to be boring! SockGuy have a range of colours, patterns, and slogans so he can let his feet do the talking.
Available from Chain Reaction Cycles
10. A Subscription to Dirt Magazine, from £16.95
Keep your Dad up-to-date with the latest bike releases, advancements in technology, trips, kit and all things cycle related with a subscription to Dirt magazine. He’ll even get a free t-shirt.
Available from Factory Media
Get a full-face lid inspired by the downhill mountain biking skills of Sam Hill, with this lightweight and strong carbon offering from Troy Lee.
Available from Troy Lee stockists.
12. Biologic iPhone Handlebar Mount, £39.99
Keep tabs on Dad with this iPhone 4 handlebar mount that will mean he can use his smartphone on the go.
Available for from Evans Cycles
13. Santa Cruz Solo Mountain Bike, price tbc
If your Dad enjoys long days out of the house cycling up hill and down dale in search of new trails and mountain biking adventure, then the new Santa Cruz Solo may be the bike for him. There’s even rather lovely video of a certain downhill racer Steve Peat riding it in Scotland.
14. Levi 505 Straight Fit Commuter Jeans, £85
Perfectly suited for social weekend riding, family bike-based outings and generally looking good.
Available from Levi
A great mug to bring Dad his morning cuppa in on Sunday – and it holds a good amount of tea too.
Available from the London Transport Museum Shop
Headline image by Tobin Copley from Flickr