OK so you've left it late, but there's still just about time to find a pressie for that cyclist in your life!
From classic socks to festive lights and fireside reads, we hope you'll find something here to put under the tree.
Happy holidays, ride safe and we'll see you in 2023.
You're in safe hands with Rapha and their newly launched Trail Merino jerseys are a neatly tailored and silky light layer for hitting the trails come spring.
And in the meantime, the relaxed fit makes it supremely comfortable for general festive lounging.
This updated edition of See.Sense's Mensa card-carrying rear light boasts a few new tricks, including in-app notification if someone moves your bike while you're in the cafe queue.
It's also an excellent standalone light too, and one of the few gifts that will look as good on your Christmas tree as underneath it.
Entry to an event is a great pressie, giving the recipient something to look forward to in the year ahead.
The Gralloch is a new gravel cycling race in Scotland, and is the UK's only qualifying event for the UCI World Gravel Championships. If your giftee is into the rough stuff and has a competitive streak, this is sure to be a hit.
Forget gold, frankincense and myrrh - socks, jocks and chocs are the holy trinity of Christmas gifting.
These padded briefs from Canadian brand 7mesh take care of the underwear department in style.
Featuring a lightweight chamois pad, they're designed to slip discreetly beneath your regular shorts or trousers as an alternative to bib shorts.
Tubeless is essential for gravel and off-road, and gaining traction among roadies too. On the rare occasions you'll need to deal with a puncture, this nifty repair kit from Muc-Off will see you right.
The anodised aluminium tool fits neatly into your bar ends until you need it - just remember to bring along a 4mm allen key to access it. Currently on sale at just £9.99 (down from £39.99), they're a bargain too.
Speaking of 4mm allen keys, this jaunty little number from German brand Wera will fit the bill.
For rides where a multitool is overkill, it'll slip nicely into your back pocket. Or you could really push the boat out and buy a full colour-coded set for £25.50.
We're big fans of MAAP's Alt_Road range of gravel cycling kit, but in the spirit of the season we've picked out these woolly stockings.
Just chunky enough to keep your toes warm on a dank winter's day, they're available in a range of colours and a fair dinkum treat for your feet.
Make 2023 a year of discovering new trails with this inspiring collection of British gravel rides curated by Markus Stitz.
Featuring a selection of off-road routes across England, Scotland and Wales by notable names from the UK gravel cycling scene, it's a great read and packed with tips and hints to inspire you to explore the countryside on your doorstep and beyond.
If you're gonna go gravelling you'll need some sturdy rubber, and Pirelli's Cinturato tyres have quickly proven themselves on some of the world's toughest gravel events.
Available in various widths in both 700c and 650b sizes, this M version features a more pronounced tread to cope with UK winter conditions while still packing plenty of speed on the road too.
Zwift has its uses but there's no substitute for getting outdoors - and with the new GrandTour jacket from Irish brand Galibier, weather is no barrier to a ride.
Made of thermal and breathable material with reflective detailing and an aero fit, it's a top quality jacket at a very reasonable price.
Irish cyclists or those visiting the country will find no end of inspiration in this meticulously researched guidebook by David Flanagan.
Featuring 80 routes spread across the entire island, there's something for everyone; from traffic-free cycles ideal for the whole family, to long challenging routes packed with relentless climbs.
Routes range in length from 8km to 207km on a variety of surfaces including tarmac roads, gravel tracks, canal towpaths and singletrack. Add the accompanying A2 poster at checkout and get a €5 discount on your purchase.
Winter rides are always enhanced by a warming sup, and this 200ml hip flask by Zastrugi is sized just right to fit in a jersey pocket.
Plus, it's made of titanium so you shave a few grams off your dram. Winner!