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Pedal’s Holiday Gift Ideas Part 2

by pedalmag.com

December 16, 2016 – Still stuck on what to give that special cyclist in your life who has everything? Here is our second round of holiday gift ideas for what to put under the tree this year. Check out our first round of suggestions here.

Specialized Prevail II  ©
Specialized Prevail II
The S-Works Prevail II helmet builds on the original Prevail, with increased ventilation coupled with the aerodynamic design and lightweight construction. Reflective decals provide safety in low-light conditions, and the Mindset II micro-dial fit system with height adjustability allows for increased adjustment. SRP is $290.

BionX Lights  ©
BionX Lights
This stylish universal 2,000-lumen front and rear lighting system runs off all BionX e-bike powertrain systems equipped with a DC jack and can be controlled by the RC3 controller on the handlebars. No need for a separate battery, and it turns off and on via the BionX controller. If your e-bike system has a DC output on the battery-docking station, this new BionX lighting system will surely please. Sold as a set, the SRP is $259.99.

Bolle Aeromax Sunglasses  ©
Bolle Aeromax Sunglasses
The Aeromax glasses feature BollĂ©’s B-Max technology which provides wide horizontal and vertical fields of vision. The Aeromax is vented at the edges of the lens, and lenses are available in a variety of colours as well as the BollĂ© B-Clear lens. Lenses are coated with hydrophobic and oleophobic coatings to disperse water and dirt. Adjustable nose and temple grips contribute to a secure fit. SRP starts at $260.

Pearl Izumi Elite Thermal Bib tight  ©
Pearl Izumi Elite Thermal Bib Tight
This mid weight bib tight uses ELITE Thermal fabric for insulation and warmth, with just enough breathability to keep you comfortable and dry in cool temperatures. Perfect for riding on mild winter days or in the spring. SRP is $199.99

Lezyne Super Gps  ©
Lezyne Super Gps
The Super GPS is one of Lezyne’s most advanced cycling computers, offering both ANT+ and Bluetooth smart connections, ultra-reliable tracking via GPS, a barometer and an accelerometer, as well as features such as Strava Live Segments, turn-by-turn navigation, phone notifications, Lezyne Track, breadcrumb map and customizable pages and fields. SRP starts at $219.99

The Tacx NEO SMART is a solid trainer option for those looking to get the most out of their indoor riding. The direct-drive system aids in optimizing power efficiency, and the use of a virtual flywheel more accurately simulates road resistance. With a maximum resistance of 2200 watts, ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart connectivity, and the claim of being the quietest indoor trainer on the market, the NEO is certainly one of the best options on the trainer market currently. SRP is $1,799.99

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