Christmas is almost here! If you've already exhausted our road, mountain bike and commuter gift guides looking for the perfect presents for your Santa list then this one will provide stocking filler inspiration.

Everyone loves a 'little something extra' under the tree, and these will all serve as excellent gifts for your cycling friends, too.

Have a browse - there's still time to send that fireplace telegram to the man at the North Pole. Bookmarking the page or a simple 'print out and stick to the fridge' could do the job, too...

Electra Bike Bell

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Electra make some incredible commuting bikes, designed to use 'flat foot technology' which means you still get the most from your muscles whilst being able to touch the floor easily.

As well as awesome bikes, they make great accessories to go with them - including bike bells. There are lots of great designs - take a look at the range here or shop via the buttons below...

Chapeau! Coffee and Cream Gift Set

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Chamois cream and coffee. You wouldn't really put them together would you? But then Chapeau! do it so stylishly it works.

The set includes a 200ml tube of chamois cream that will help reduce friction on longer rides, premium ground coffee, plus an awesome 'moustache mug' that'll make you look mighty discerning when you lift it to your lips.

See it here for £19.99.

Vision Antics Bike Art Mini Wall Calendar

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Who doesn't want to look at bike art every day? With this wall calendar, you can enjoy a refresh every month (and use it to stay on track with your training plan).

Artists include Enkel Dika, Eliza Southwood, Jennifer Parker, Brian Turner, and Methane Studios.

Pro Cycling Trumps Print

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You can get an A3 poster print of any pro cycling trump ever created - the Bradley Wiggins example above is for display only, and you'll find the full catalogue of available figures here. Newest creations include new World Champion Amalie Dideriksen and Olympic Time Trial Champ Kristin Armstrong. There's even a Trott/Kenny double whammy...

Each print is signed and dated and rolled nearly in tissue paper to be posted to you within a week.

See it here for £29

Target Velo Bike Kit

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A Target Velo bike isn't just an ornament - it's a Christmas day challenge, too. Each bike comes with working parts - turn the little pedals and the wheels will spin! All you need to do is build it... There are road, mountain, track and aero bikes - as well as custom options. See them here from around £25.

Giro Peloton Cap

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Everyone likes a good cycling cap! We love Giro's versions because they've got a great stretchy body, and a short peak, so even people with little heads can see out in the rain!

Hackney GT Socks

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You're not a cyclist if you don't like good socks. Ok - not true. But you'd be bucking the trend.

These socks from Hackey GT are made in the UK (Manchester, in fact) from a quick drying but cosy mix of polyamide and cotton.

A set of three will cost Santa £24 - check them out here.

Look Mum No Hands! Bobble Hat

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We received one of these lovely bobble hats at TWC towers recently, and have barely taken it off since. Ok, we took it off to shower (but not for baths).

It's made from 70 per cent acrylic and 30 per cent wool, and is available in blue, green or grey. One size fits all, too (but no way we're sharing!)

See it here for £25.

Cycology Cognitive Therapy Towel

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Make sure your towel doesn't get confused with anyone else's in the work drying room (if you're lucky enough to have one) with a cool Cycology design.

Made from 100 per cent cotton, in 350gsm fabric, these are 75cm x 150cm and guaranteed to stand out.

FINDRA Women's Betty Neck Warmer

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Looking for something to keep your neck, ears and chin toasty? You need a neck warmer - and the Betty is the prettiest we know! It's also made from 100 per cent Italian spun, merino sports wool, but designed and created in Scotland.

You're supporting an awesome woman who rides in buying it, too - FINDRA was launched by Alex Feechan, after she decided there just wasn't enough out there for women.

Looking for more ideas? Check out these round ups...

Christmas Presents for Road Cycling Women

The Christmas Gift Guide for MTB Women

The Christmas Gift Guide for Commuter Cyclists