Gift guide – On & Off the bike

A small selection of goods on our Christmas wish lists for both on and off the bike. 

KINTO – Travel tumbler £35
Take your favourite drink with you to consume at the perfect temperature.

Sori Yanagi Kitchen Tongs £25-28
Almost iconic design and a welcome addition to any kitchen.

 

EVOLG gloves £30-£60
Toasty touch screen gloves one size fits most.

Tembea School bag £170
Beautiful materials with perfectly simple shape and construction

tokyobike x Ally Capellino, Rucksack £145
The most recent collaboration with London’s favourite bag designer

Crow bottle opener £18
Cast iron with a bit of character – perfect to crack open Xmas beers

Syuro – Tea caddy, £25-£40
Storage containers hand made in Japan that get better with age.

Italian made men’s socks £25
Don a pair of walking boots and go for a good stomp on Christmas morning

Tajika handmade scissors £85-£170
Beautifully crafted tools to enjoy looking at as much as using.

Bedouin Backpack, Delireis £290
The best (and only) backpack you’ll ever need.

ON the bike

tokyobike – CS Limited £720
brand new limited edition version of tokyobike flagship CS model

CLOSCA Fuga – Foldable helmet £110
No excuse not to wear a helmet now.

Gilles Berthoud leather saddles £130-£140
A luxury addition to your tokyobike

Full Windsor – ‘The Nutter’ bike tool £40
the best multi tool for all cyclists

Bluelug 137 Tote bag £75
Designed to sit in your front basket but equally happy off the bike.

Viva Universal bells £15-£20
Our favourite classic bike bell from Japan in silver, brass or copper.

Runwell tools £17-£70
Quality tools from Japan that are as much about form as function.

Spurcycle bell, £49, £55
Simply the best bell that will fit any bike.

RINDOW – Bullet Light £60
Retro looking USB lighting from Japan.

Lost lanes – Book £15
Our favourite cycling book for exploring England by bike.

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