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  1. Components, Wrenching
    No. 1 upgrade for just about any bike? A set of shiny new wheels. Lighter, faster and stronger are all potential gains when you swap out your old hoops. And what better time to do so than around the holidays. So whether you're buying for a significant other - or just sprucing up your own rig...
  2. General Cycling Discussion
    Bikes and coffee go hand-in-hand. Many of us wouldn't even dream of attempting a dawn patrol ride without copious amounts of go-go juice. Here are some of our favorite coffee-related gifts with a cycling twist. Bikes, beans and brews Each of the following companies have great, bike-themed...
  3. General Cycling Discussion
    We put together a staggering amount of information in our 2015 Bike Lights Shootout, but what if you want some quick hits of our best recommendations for lighting gifts for your friends or for yourself? Read on and find out. CatEye Volt 700 This CatEye Volt 700 is an incredible light. It...
  4. General Cycling Discussion
    I owe my life to Craig Newmark, the founder of the almighty Craigslist. Since the year 2000, I've found bikes, cars, furniture, jobs, apartments and even met most of my friends through Craigslist (no, not in the personals section). Suffice to say, I'm too cheap to pay retail for new bike parts...
  5. Components, Wrenching
    Winter time is a good time for the enthusiast road cyclist to upgrade or tune-up their favorite ride. Cold, rainy days offer the chance to stay inside, sip some warm cocoa and wrench. With that in mind, here are a few gift suggestions for the DIY cyclist and a few gift suggestions to help them...
  6. Apparel and Cycling clothes
    Have a cyclist on your holiday shopping list who's not afraid to ride alongside Old Man Winter? Sure you could buy them a pair of warm socks, beanie, or gloves. But why not go a step further and help them beat back the chills with one of these top-flight cool and cold weather cycling jackets...
  7. Components, Wrenching
    It's true. At RoadBikeReview and Mtbr, we're all-online, all-the-time. But even we can't resists the tactile satisfaction of a good book--particularly one on our favorite topic. Here are our picks for some good under-the-tree tomes for the cyclists in your life. Kings of Pain: Masters and...
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