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Thinking up gift ideas for someone always starts like this: Well, what are they into? It might seem easy to pass over something like “riding their bike” since, well, it’s not like you’re going to buy them a new bike, but there are a lot of awesome, smaller gifts you can give the bike commuter. Here are our favorites.

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Magnetic Bike Lights

Lights are a necessity for the bike commuter, but most look like they should be paired with an oversized helmet and the elbow pads you wore as a kid. For a sleeker option, consider these Magnetic Bike Lights. The powerful magnets keep them attached to the bike frame even over bumps. They can even be popped off when it’s time to lock up that two-wheeler.

$32
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Crank Brothers Tool

Bike problems can happen anywhere, and it’s not exactly convenient to carry a tool kit while you’re riding. That’s why this Crank Brothers Tool is such a perfect gift. The compact kit features 12 tools for working on a bicycle, and it’s small enough to toss in a seat bag or hydration pack.

$30
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Spurcycle Raw Bell

Handcrafted from stainless steel and brass in San Francisco, this Spurcycle Raw Bell is an ode to a bike riding time gone by. Engineered to fit all handlebars, the mighty little bell is sleek and unassuming.

$49
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Trophy Bike Holders

For indoor bike storage that isn’t an eyesore when there’s no bike there, consider these Trophy Bike Holders. Cleverly shaped like a bull or a deer, each Trophy Bike Holder makes storage a work of art.

$115+
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Bike Spoke Card Holder

Not every gift for the bike commuter has to be related to riding. This Bike Spoke Card Holder is crafted from spokes, inner tubes, and wood. If the end of their daily ride is the office, this is the perfect desk accessory.

$20
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On Your Bike Repair Kit

Complete with tire levers, a multi-function bike tool, rubber solution, bone wrench, metal rasp, patches, and instructions, this sharp kit eliminates the headache that comes with bike problems. And the vintage tin takes the boring, utilitarian feel out of it.

$21
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Trieste Coffee Cup Holder

You try balancing a coffee while dodging traffic. It’s not easy. The Trieste Coffee Cup Holder makes the morning commute a bit less challenging. The cup holder is lined with soft grip material to keep your 12- to 16-ounce coffee secure.

$15
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Fabric Cageless Water Bottle

A bottle cage is something that can really mess with the sleek lines of a fine bike. Help them ditch the eyesore with the Fabric Cageless Water Bottle. Two studs allow you to attach your bottle right to the frame. No more ugly cage.

$13
Cool-Material-a

When it comes to keeping track of the time–whether you’re traveling around the world or surviving for months in the woods–there’s no substitute for a good watch. That’s where the Vaer D4 Solar Dive Watch comes in. Powered by light (sun, lamps, candles or anything of the like) and assembled in the USA, this 20ATM watch has a double-domed sapphire crystal, 2 interchangeable straps and the ability to function stylishly in any condition including extreme ocean depths. Even better, pricing starts at just $329 (with free shipping & returns), so get your new Vaer watch today.