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Do you have a mountain biker in your household for whom you struggle to buy gifts that are both fun and useful? You’ve come to the right place! It’s time for the NTX Trails 2018 MTB Gift Guide.
Below you’ll find several different categories of gifts in multiple price levels from very affordable to possibly ludicrous. No matter what you choose from the list below, you’re sure to warm your mountain biker’s heart.
SockGuy Sriracha Socks—about $15.
Does your MTBer love spicy foods? You can’t go wrong with a pair of Sriracha Socks from SockGuy!
NTX Trails T-Shirts!—$19.99
Get an NTX Trails T-Shirt before they sell out. They’re sure to become a collector’s item. 😉
Endura Singletrack Jacket II—$169.99
For the trail rider who wants to be prepared for just about any weather conditions.
Crankbrothers B-Series B14 Multitool—$12
Crankbrothers often sets the standard for compact and well-built bike tools, and the B14 is no exception. The B14 is a great starter multitool for any MTB that doesn’t already have one.
Wera Multicolor Ball End L-Key Set—$35
These beautiful hex keys would make a nice addition to any mountain biker’s workshop. The color-coding is a nice touch, and the ball-end Allen keys make wrenching even easier.
Park Tool PK-3 Professional Tool Kit—$735
For the serious home bike mechanic you can’t go wrong with a set of the tools many professional bike builders and mechanics use to get stuff done.
Mucky Nutz Fender—$9
Though we don’t ride muddy trail here in the NTX, your favorite MTBer may want to head to Gnarkansas or somewhere else where the trails are rain-friendly. Set them up with the versatile Mucky Nutz mudgaurd.
Piggy On Bike Storage—$36
For the mountain biker who doesn’t want to use a saddle bag, or just needs a little extra storage room. The Piggy snugly holds a tube and some tools beneath the bottle cage.
Silca Pocket Impero Pump—$120
The Silca Pocket Impero hand pump is one of the smallest pumps money can buy. It weighs in at 5.3 oz, is only 8 in long, and promises high pressure and high volume packed into a long-lasting package.
PEET Shoe Dryer—$40
There’s not much worse than a pair of dank, smelly shoes—except for soggy shoes at the beginning of the next ride. Help your rider keep their feet comfortable, healthy, and dry with this shoes dryer.
Wahoo ELEMNT GPS Bike Computer—$324
Chances are your MTB-addicted loved one already has a bike computer to track their rides. Set them up with what is arguably the best bike computer around.
Wahoo Kickr Smart Trainer and Kickr Climb Indoor Grade Simulator—$1,800
Nobody really like riding indoors, but for that MTBer who wants to stay fresh and in shape when the trails are closed, there’s nothing closer to the real thing than this combo from Wahoo when used with a Zwift membership.
KustomCaps Custom Headset Cap—$13
One of the least expensive and coolest ways to customize a mountain bike is with a custom headset cap. You can grab one from KustomCaps in a variety of colors and put your own art on it!
KMC X11SL 11-Speed Chain—$80 to $120
For the MTBer who not only wants a high-quality chain driving their bike down the trail, but wants to match the paint job as well, this KMC monster chain is just the ticket.
Magura Vyron Wireless Dropper Post—$500
For the mountain biker who truly has everything both on and off the bike, it’s time to take their bike tech to the next level with the Magura Vyron Wireless Dropper post.