A feast of options is available for those of you with a budget of £100. For that one bumper gift - browse our curated selection, handpicked by the Always Riding team. However if you're buying for more than one urban cycling fanatic or you'd rather spread your £100 over a couple of items check out our blogs on urban cycling gift ideas for under £50 and under £25.
The Bern Watts is a customer favourite and makes an ideal partner for the urban commuter - tougher than a typical road helmet it can happily be carried from bike, to office to pub and then report for duty before heading home. There's a reason bike messengers love Bern.
Maybe don't pair the Ibex Woolies 150 and the Muxu Ride Polo together but these stripy numbers are ideal on and off the bike. The ideal smart/casual option, they look just as good on the bike as they do off it.
This time of the year, especially here in Northern Europe, it's wet. But with this combo of Brooks Rain Cape, Seal Line Bag and Swrve WWR (Wind and Water Resistant Trouser) you'll be about as ready to face the elements as ever.
Here at Always Riding we are aware that not all of you are preparing for winter riding. Our customers Down Under or those fortunate to get winter temps in the high teens might be looking for less wrap up warm items. Hey, we may even get some winter sun here. With that in mind, a trio of goodies from Ibex, Cafe du Cycliste and Muxu are perfect for warmer days.
Shoes are a great go to gift - we can all find a need for new shoes. City cyclists are increasingly taking to SPD pedals - allowing them to clip in and out of the pedals whilst maintaining off the bike functionality. The practicalities and city style of the DZR and Chrome shoes is great for both shoe lovers and those of you who just want one good pair for all occasions.
Lights can be unexciting to buy so a good pair as a gift can be a real help. This Cateye set is perfect for the city marring long battery life, attention grabbing brightness and handy USB recharging.