Oh what fun it is to ride! A Commuter Christmas gift guide

Time to celebrate another rotation around the sun, here at Commuter Cycles!

As always, this means (for those of us who celebrate Christmas and gift-giving) the head-scratching task of selecting presents for our friends, family, coworkers, or maybe just unlucky bystanders. To help ease the burden, we’ve put together the Commuter Cycles 2023 top gift choices! 

In honour of the twelve days of Christmas, here are twelve suggestions for what to buy for your true love:

  1. All I want for Christmas is Smoove
  2. Voile strap stocking fillers. Have a holly voile Christmas! 
  3. Bottles and cages. Wilde comes in christmas colours, and Nalgene has a glow in the dark option so you can light up the night like Rudolph’s nose! 
  4. Safety pizza. Have yourselves a crafty Christmas feast with your very own safety pizza. 
  5. Multi-tools: A pocket-sized helper, just like Santa’s elves! 
  6. Spurcycle bell! Jingle bells! 
  7. Bum bags. Pa rumpumpum bumm! We’ve got a range of options. Osprey, Wizard Works and Framework Designs.
  8. Helinox camping chair. You can’t spell Christmas without chair. 
  9. Wahoo element: Santa’s navigation system of choice! 
  10. Wizard Works: Put a little magic in your Christmas. Turn your bike into Santa’s sleigh with just as much hauling capacity! The 139 Alakazam holds a whopping 70L!!!
  11. White Industries. I’m dreaming of a White Christmas!
  12. Krampus! The OG Christmas goblin

And if you can’t see any of these on your beloved’s Christmas list, you can always purchase a gift certificate for use in store.

Happy holidays from us at Commuter!

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Commuter Cycles acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional custodians of the lands and waterways in the area now known as Brunswick, and pays respect to their Elders past, present, and emerging, as well as to all First Nations’ communities in Australia.