Rolling H Staff Favorites – Holiday Gift Ideas

staff favorites

Your loved one is a cyclist and you’re not sure what to get them.  Not worry, our staff put together a list of their favorite holiday gift ideas from road, mountain, service and even style!

Rolling H Staff Favorites

Jessica Wyman

1. Topeak Joe Blow pump $49.99

I love this pump! It’s no exaggeration that I’ve used it thousands of times. The dual headed valve is so simple to use with one side for Presta and one for Schrader. I love this pump so much that I have one and home and one at work.

2. Giro Cartelle helmet $99.99

Maybe I picked it because of the gorgeous mint color, but let’s say safety and fit were the real reasons. Plus, it’s such a great value getting a MIPS lined helmet for under a hundred bucks. What is MIPS? The latest in brain protection! Men can snag the Giro Chronicle. I need a visor on my mountain bike helmet since I’m riding in mixed light conditions and with rose colored lenses. It’s also great when riding at sunset.

3. Cycleops Magnus Smart Trainer $599.99

Riding outside is always my first choice, but a smart trainer sure makes training inside more productive and entertaining. It’s easy to setup, connects to many virtual training platforms and is also Zwift enabled, my son’s favorite training program. All the latest technology like Bluetooth, Ant +, FE-C. PowerTuned using PowerTap technology and controlled electromagnetic resistance for a precise workout from 0 to 1500 watts. (WANT TO WIN ONE? Attend Trainer Saturdays at the shop and get entered for a chance to win.)

Adam Haynes

1. Giro DND gloves $24.99

You can never have too many gloves. This glove is great because there isn’t too much padding and it’s really comfortable. It’s got grippers in all the right places and no Velcro to wear out either.

2. Serfas 900 lumen light $79.99

If I have a light on my handlebars, then I want another on my helmet so I can see at all angles. Night rides are one of my all time favorite times on the trail and high lumen lights make it possible. If you’ve never been on a night ride you have to join us on the next Rolling H night ride. And this light is USB rechargeable.

3. Garmin Fenix 5 $599.99 – $749.99

It doesn’t matter what Fenix 5 you get, you can’t go wrong. It’s all the data you could ever want and iTt’s all packed into your watch. A shop favorite is the Fenix 5X with the sapphire glass, full color topo maps, tracks pretty much every sport and has a built in heart rate monitor. Just as you can expect from Garmin, you can customize your watch face.

Wesley George

1. Rolling H Hoodie, Trucker Hat or Both! $19.99 each

I mean, when you look good you feel good – and when you feel good you’re winning at life.

Win.

2. A Tune Up $48 for the Basic Tune

The season is winding down, and your bike is a bit worn down. Come get a tune up from a guy who KNOWS what tune ups should taste like.

Speaking of taste…I love cured meats, which are widely available when you’re at the mall doing your shopping.

Just sayin.

3. A single speed/around town bike, coming in under $300. (Del Sol Projekt)

If it’s good enough for me, then it’s good enough for you – and if you buy one, AND a trucker hat, then you and I can be twins.

Twins.

Davina Jackson

1. Serfas Tire RX 1L bottle $24.99

I never run tire/tube with a sealant these days. Whether you’re on a road bike or mountain bike, sealant will save the day. With two kids on the high school mountain biking team (Go C4!) and me on the road 5 days per week, we can’t take our chances with flats.

2. Double J bike stand $59.99

Not only is this a shop favorite for displaying bikes, but it’s also hand built in Nampa, ID. As if having a well built storage of display stand for your bike wasn’t enough, it was built so that it can double as quick repair stand.

3. Scott Fuga Plus helmet $149.99

Official C4 team helmet and a personal favorite. It’s a great fit and I prefer helmets that come in sizes and are adjustable within the size. This helmet also has a MIPS liner for added safety and moms care about brain safety!

Fred Ellis

1. Crank Brothers M17 multi-tool $26.99

This has got all the common hex keys plus the added benefit of a chain break and spoke wrench that fits in your jersey pocket.

2. Continental Grand Prix 4000 tire $74.99

A little more supple than the Gatorskin tires. Proven itself as flat resistant for the Nampa road conditions.

3. Park Tool AK-3 Advanced Mechanic Tool Kit $309.99

Most of the essential tools in an attractive toolbox. Perfect for the at home or beginning mechanic.

 

Posted on November 10, 2017 in Uncategorized

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