Father’s Day Gift Ideas for the Bicycle Mad Dad

Gift ideas for your dad that you'll really want for yourself

The celebration of fathers is soon upon us, and what better way to show them our love and appreciation than with cycling gifts. This year, Father’s Day is on Sunday June 18th so there’s plenty of time left to grab him some treats.

Your dad may be your biggest hero, your reason for cycling, or even just your biggest supporter. Let’s face it, we wouldn’t be here without them.

So we’ve rounded up our favourite selection of Father’s Day gifts for the cycling mad Dad.

Titanium Bolts

Bling up your Dad’s bike with some anodised Titanium bolts for his bike. Titanium bolts are strong, and lightweight which make them perfect for the weight-conscious rider – #BikeDiet. So not only do they look great for accessorising with your Dad’s steed, but they shave off those crucial grams too.

There’s a whole variety of sizes available on the TiBike website with prices starting from just a few pounds. It’s not just bolts either, TiBike offer washers and nuts too! More information can be found here.

Spiral Frame Protectors

They may not seem like much, but these small silicone frame protectors help reduce the wear on your bike’s paint job caused by rubbing cables.

British manufacturer, Fibrax, provide a cheaper and easier alternative to helicopter tape. These spiral casings can be wrapped around any brake and gear cable where abrasion can occur.

They’re available in an assortment of colours here for £5.50 (pack of six).

100 Greatest Cycling Climbs

Go on, give him something to sweat over.

Simon Warren’s compilation of the 100 greatest cycling climbs around the UK has become the ultimate challenge for many road cyclists. With spectacular views, smooth rolling roads, your father won’t help but feel tempted to give these a blast.

Pick up a copy here for just £9.

Saddle Mount Race Strap

We’ve begun to see many cyclists, road and mountain, ditch saddlebags and use a strap instead. They’re cheap, secure and are becoming increasingly popular.

Designed in the US, these Race Straps from Backcountry Research are constructed with mulitple velcro points, reflective detailing, hard-wearing fabric and they’re dropper post compatible. Simply loop through the rails of your saddle and fasten – Voila!

Backcountry Research Race Straps are available in a variety of brilliant colours. Pick one up here for just £16.

DeFeet Levitator Trail Bonehead Socks

It just wouldn’t be a Father’s day without a spanking new pair of socks, so, make them a pair of quality cycling socks.

DeFeet International are famed for producing high-performance cycling socks in bold and brilliant designs. We love this pair of stripey skull socks which we think best suit the no-nonsense fun time rider.

These socks are available here for £13.

Rapha’s Wiggins Cap

Is your Dad a Wiggins fan? Then this cycling cap is for him to feel a part of the team alongside his hero.

This classic style cycling cap is made from 100% cotton, the inside of the cap is lined with antibacterial tape and the peak is reinforced for stability. Available in grey or white, this cap will give your Father a professional flare when on the roads.

Rapha’s Wiggins cycling cap is available here for £15.

Blood Sweat And Gears t-shirt

Let’s face it, cycling doesn’t just stop when you get home, we’re mad about all things bicycle and we show it off with pride.

This cotton t-shirt from Brakeburn depicts exactly what cycling is all about; Blood, sweat and gears. It’s simple, stylish and no truer words have been spoken.

Available in a number of sizes, you can pick one up here for £22.

Fenwicks Bike Cleaner, Lube and Sprays

Is your Dad’s bike the golden child of the family? – Do we sense some jealousy?

Fenwicks’ range of bicycle maintenance products is second to none, and only the best is good enough for your Dad, right? The British brand is environmentally conscious with a majority of its products being totally eco-friendly. Fenwicks are big supporters of women’s cycling and are passionate about promoting the sport by teaming up with Drops Cycling and the OVO Energy Women’s Tour.

For more information about what products are available from Fenwicks, head over to their website here. Alternatively, grab your Dad some kit here

Topeak Alien 2 multi-tool

Don’t leave him stranded in case of a maintenance emergency. The new Topeak Alien 2 is a powerful multi-tool with everything, except the kitchen sink!

There are 26 tools on this handy device: Allen keys, Torx, Box wrenches, spoke keys, chain tool, tyre levers to name a few. It weighs just 290g and comes in a handy hard-wearing nylon pouch.

Pick up a Topeak Alien 2 multi-tool here for £31.

Strava Premium Membership

Treat him to a Strava membership upgrade this Father’s day.

Upgrading his account will allow him for more in-depth analysis of cycling stats, live feedback with tips on progress and performance to help your Father reach his goals and smash out those KOM’s.

Available here for £40 per annum

dhb Blok jersey

Ok, perhaps this one is really for us. Who wouldn’t want a lightning bolt jersey after all? Sadly, this design is only available in the men’s cut and sizes. So if we can’t have it, we may as well let someone we love enjoy it.

Ultra-wicking fabric and mesh panels make this jersey the ideal summer companion. It’s breathable, striking and comes equipped with three pockets and a grippy silicone hem.

Available in sizes x.small to x.large, you can pick one up here for £43. If you really want to splash out, you can get the matching bib-shorts here.

Classic Gentleman’s Shaving Kit

Buying your Dad a shaving kit keeps him looking and feeling fresh on the bike, but also gives him some aero advantage when his pedalling pins lose the hairy drag.

The gentleman’s shaving kit includes everything he’ll need for a close shave and soft skin; a double-edge razor, a luxurious shaving brush, 2 packs of double-edge blades, shaving soap, shaving oil, a traditional hot shaving towel and a step-by-step guide on how to wet shave.

You get your Dad one of these awesome kits here for £35.

Fat Lad at the Back Cufflinks

Even your Dad needs a little bling once in a while. So why not dress him up in these beautiful Fat Lad at the Back Cufflinks?

Each set is unique and totally handmade by a British silversmith. They are constructed with a fine silver front and a solid silver plated backing. Each pair will arrive in a lovely little gift box as well.

Fat Lad at the Back cufflinks are available here for £85.

Hope Riding Jacket

The Hope Tech brand oozes mountain bike legacy and British heritage. They produce some of the best bicycle components on the market and now their clothing collection is making waves too.and British heritage. They produce some of the best bicycle components on the market and now their clothing collection is making waves too.

This riding jacket is completely water-proof, breathable and perfect for the wet British weather. Lined in the signature Hope colour green, you’ll fail to be missed on the trails in this awesome jacket.

Grab Hope’s Riding Jacket here for £110.

Garmin Edge 1000 GPS

If you’re really looking to splurge on your Dad this year, then the Garmin Edge 1000 is a great option.

This touch-screen device is suitable for all riders of all abilities to help monitor their route, positioning and vital cycling stats.

Compatible with smart-phone devices and heart-rate monitors, the Garmin Edge will help enhance the performance of any rider. The bundle comes complete with a speed sensor, a cadence sensor and a heart rate monitor.

You can buy a Garmin Edge 1000 GPS device here for £468.

Make this Father’s Day a special one with some cycling treats for him and his bike. Don’t forget to take him out for a spin as well!


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