Trouble finding something to buy the enduro mountain bike rider that has everything for Christmas? We've lined up five gravity fed gifts in this guide that are sure to please the enduro bro (or girl) in your life.
Visor Leaf Biodegradable tear offs
New brand Visor Leaf is a breath of fresh air to the market, their 100% biodegradable goggle tear-offs break down as fast as a regular leaf. Very cool stuff especially as, from £4.25 for a pack of ten, they won't cost you any more than tear-offs from other brands - why wouldn't you buy them? A neat twist on a classic product that would look good in any stocking.
One Up Components EDC Tool System
The One Up Components ECD tool system is something of beauty and definitely on any self-respecting enduro riders 'must have' list. A host of useful tools all in a place that is otherwise a redundant space - ingenious.
OS Maps subscription
This is something Rachael on the team finds super useful for planning and going on big rides in new places. It's a simple task to plot a route, export as a GPX file and then download onto a GPS unit. A yearly sub is £19.99 with access to 1:25 and 1:50 maps of the whole of the UK on your PC, Mac and wherever you have the app downloaded. It's a map lovers dream....
OS Maps subscription
Madison DTE Waterproof trousers
Non-believers clearly haven't tried riding in trousers in the winter. Stay clean, warm and dry (aside from the odd bit of sweat) over the wet period of the year. We have tested these from Madison and they have been used and abused for a year now! They come in men's and women's sizes, new colours for this year are khaki and grey.
Quarq Shock Wiz
How about giving something to your resident 'enduroer' that helps him or her go faster? The Quarq Shock Wiz will be able to help fine tune optimum suspension settings by recording and evaluating suspension performance every ride.
At £310 retail the Shock Wiz isn't cheap:
But you could also rent one for a week or so, here are a couple of ideas:
or just Google it!
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