If the riders in your life are anything like the ones in ours, they've already bought the latest gadgets & accessories they thought would make them faster on the trails.

So, with that in mind, we've worked with some of our partners to present a few gift ideas that any mountain biker would be happy to wake up to! If this page just happened to be left open on your loved one’s computer, we’re sure they would appreciate the hint.

Sponsored: this article is supported by Pinkbike's advertisers.


Lazer Coyote MIPS

Helmets are essential for anyone who rides a bike, and with loads of budget friendly options available, a new lid doesn’t need to break the bank.

Lazer’s Coyote helmet offers plenty of protection, a stylish finish, and MIPS technology, all for under $100. Lazer’s ‘Turnfit’ system allows you to adjust the fit of the helmet and big vents makes for plenty of airflow.

• 21 Vents
• Weight: 335g (M)
• Certification: CE-CPSC-AS
• Sizes: S / M / L
• MSRP: $99.99 USD

Learn more at lazersport.com

Riding Glasses


Bliz Fusion

Riding glasses can be an absolute lifesaver in wet conditions. After all, no one likes a mud shot to the eye ruining their descent.

Bliz’s Fusion glasses may be under $100, but they don’t skimp on the bells and whistles that higher-priced options feature. A one piece 'unbreakable’ lens offers a good field of vision and a detachable lower frame allows you to customize your look.

• Unbreakable Polycarbonate Lens
• 100% UV Protection
• Adjustable nose piece and arms
• Interchangeable lenses
• Weight: 32g
• MSRP: $94.95 USD

Learn more at Bliz America

Tire Sealant

GÜP Kwiki

As the Enduro rider in your life looks ahead to a summer of racing, this race specific emergency tool could make their Christmas…

GÜP’s inflation and sealant system is essentially a CO2 canister that both inflates your tire and pumps it full of sealant. This can plug any nasty holes or replenish your sealant after you blew it all shralping that turn. At only $14.99, it’s a great stocking filler!

• Inflates and seals tires
• Works on tubeless and tubes
• 125ml
• Injects sealant through valve core
• Eco-Friendly latex-based formula
• MSRP: $15.00 USD

Learn more at gupindustries.com

Bike Protection


Someone you know getting a new bike this year? Getting it protected is the perfect way to show you care.

RideWrap offer several options from basic essential frame protection, to a fully tailored clear vinyl wrap that’s specific to your frame. RideWrap even claim the vinyl is self-healing, meaning that minor marks and scuffs will disappear with the warmth of a sunny day.

• Tailored for the majority of frames
• Includes install tools
• Self-healing vinyl
• Repels dirt
• Matte or gloss finish
• Weight: 50g
• MSRP: $30 - $90

Learn more at ridewrap.ca



ODI Elite Pro Lock On Grips

As one of three contact points you have with your bike, a new set of grips can breathe new life into your ride. A great festive gift that any mountain biker would be happy with.

ODI is one of the first names that come to mind when thinking of grips. The latest version of their new Elite Pro grips features a single clamp and an ergonomic half-waffle design. With six different colours to choose from, you're sure to find one to match any bike!

• Ergonomic design
• Half-Waffle pattern
• New single clamp
• Reinforced End
• Available in 6 different colors
• Weight: 102g
• MSRP $28.95 USD

Learn more at odigrips.com


Tire Plug Kit

Stans DART

The tire plug has become a favourite emergency spare of the Enduro rider. Forget a tube, just plug the hole and inflate the tire!

Stans’ take on the tire plug works both physically and chemically. According to Stans, the barbed tip of their DART plug anchors into the tire so it will not pull out when riding and the material it is made of is coated with a safe chemical that reacts with any latex sealant to further help seal the hole in the tire.

• Two heads on tool
• Valve core remover
• No trimming needed
• Weight: 15 grams (complete tool, two Darts)
• MSRP: $25 USD, 5-pack of refills ($20 USD)

Learn more at notubes.com

Pinkbike Merch

We might be biased, but we’re pretty sure anyone would be stoked on getting some Pinkbike merch under the tree this festive season.

Wear your merch with pride and let others know that you too would like to argue that 26” ain’t dead and which new bike looks like a Trek…

Learn more at shop.pinkbike.com

What's on your wish list this festive season? Let us know in the comments below.

Check out gifts for the trail rider in your life here and stay tuned for our Enduro Rider Gift Guide next week


  • 146 4
 Where the f*ck is the field test! Don’t be soft PB.
  • 153 11
 @freestyIAM: This isn't a good look for Pole.

1. We accidentally sent maybe the biggest bike review website in the world a misassembled bike with a random prototype part attached!
2. It's unfair that we didn't get to replace it midtest!
3. Pinkbike is just trying to drum up views with controversy by reporting that the bike we sent them broke while doing bike things! Unfair!
  • 44 55
flag barefootdan (Nov 15, 2019 at 9:35) (Below Threshold)
 @MarcusBrody: in fairness of Pole, Pinkbike does state that the bikes tested are "same as customers" and this was not the case for the Stamina. This is not the same bike being tested as what customers will get. So the failure would never happen to a customer (for this example).
  • 58 2
 @MarcusBrody: agreed. As soon as i see 'prototype' i prepare for some bs. If u send a bike for test u should be damn sure every box is checked.
  • 81 5
 Conspiracy: Pole sent XC version knowing it would be lighter and faster to win.

Backfired, broke, now they get to say oops it was the prototype.
  • 64 0
 @barefootdan: But in fairness to Pinkbike, they didn't ask for a "prototype" rear triangle to be attached to the bike they were sent (if that's in fact what happened). Why would a customer expect any more care in the assembly of their bike than the one sent to a major review website?
  • 3 2
 @LuvAZ: you'd be quite surprised to find out that this is very often not the case with test bikes. Dunno if it's a money thing, but in my experience the test bikes were always the first produced/often prototypes and would never be replaced with production stuff even if there were issues.
  • 21 20
 @MarcusBrody: Leo may have an attitude problem... but that’s what driven him to make those bikes. I’d still buy 180 Stamina if I had the money
  • 8 7
 Bad luck for Pole, but problem originates with them so they own it - not the 'whistleblower' (hehe Wink ). Leo did a good job of covering his company (and employees), and slapping PB for not doing Pole's job. Probably everybody wins - unlike the other situation.
  • 15 37
flag Vudu74 (Nov 15, 2019 at 10:15) (Below Threshold)
 Those bikes are still in the prototype process. It seems like a lose-lose situation.
Pinkbike public is like hey, we saw you guys on a Pole, when's the review?!?
Pole: these are still test bikes, but, ok.
Pinkbike field test: yeah, we broke it, but you can't defend it or fix it, sorry.
Pole: yeah, it's a prototype.
Pinkbike public: ooohhh their just trying to PR their way out!!!
Internet is brutal!
The Machine is still my dream bike.
  • 5 33
flag iduckett (Nov 15, 2019 at 10:16) (Below Threshold)
 We raped the Pole... and rode off on the Slayer!
  • 8 8
 @iduckett: no worries, for a few days to come Enve just stole the show
  • 24 0
 @Vudu74: "These bikes are still in the prototype process"

Really? Because you've been able to order one on the website for months now. Pole isn't claiming that the bike is still in prototype phase, just that they somehow accidentally attached a weaker prototype swingarm to the production bike.
  • 3 0
 My thoughts exactly.. Skip the bullshit and get to the enduro bikes.
  • 7 0
 @ShredKC: yeah. It doesn’t take a genius to realize the only reason this is happening is that Pile is throwing a bitch fit and PB is letting them.
  • 3 0
 do bottom out test on every items above!
  • 1 0
 @WAKIdesigns: Your steadfast guidance provides hope during this shameful 3 Amigos reference. *SEPPUKU*
  • 43 6
 @freestyIAM: Well thanks for the link. Poles response is BS. Add that to Enves. Don't send pinkbike the wrong bike you dim wit. Don't blame them for your screw up. Enve and Pole on the DO NOT BUY LIST for me.
  • 16 3
 @Vudu74: perhaps sites such Pinkbike should no longer accept "prototypes" for regular testing. Either it's labeled a consumer-ready product, or it's not in the test. Period. Than, and only then, can we get out of the "prototype" or "pre-production" BS.
  • 25 0
 @freestyIAM: I'd like to give them the benefit of the doubt but that's a PR disaster. The whole thing is them going between "look how much they liked the bike!" and "but really it's all Pinkbike's fault". So much deflecting, if you made a mistake just own it
  • 4 0
 They know we are all clicking hourly to see if ti is posted. They are making the most out of this situation. Which I respect a whole lot more than a company sending a prototype to a bike test and crying a river when their bike snapps.
  • 16 0
 @freestyIAM: Pole went with Minaar's frame? Really Pole, don't you don't think Aarons "prototype/old stock" crank arm was a better example of this and throwing blame across the table to all the wrong people.., etc,
  • 13 0
 @H3RESQ: exactly lol. I am lost on the f1 engine comparison as well. Their engines often blow so why is it so bad when our shitty bikes break?
  • 13 0
 @barefootdan: Well they knew the bike they were sending was for a high-profile test so I'd expect it to be more on-point than a consumer version. I understand mistakes happen but if you read the Pole press release they try really hard to deflect with a lot of straw-man arguments and whataboutism. Could you imagine the outrage here if we found out the Pole bike broke and then PB let them quietly replace it and retest?
  • 1 1
 Not posting the full review/break video would be classic PB soft.
  • 22 4
 @H3RESQ: yesterday on Joe Rogan: as a comedian when you bomb on stage and people start heckling you and booing, you say “lova ya” and leave the stage. You don’t start calling them idiots and a*sholes that don’t get you.

One of the most Experienced and successful project managers at my work: never go forward and excuse yourself ahead of accusations, no matter how noble it may appear to you. It just shows your insecurity and blame while they may have never accused you of anything.

Every second hollywood movie: you have a right to remain silent, whatever you say may be used against you.

Except on the internet everything you say WILL be used against you.

Super dumb move by Pole with writing this “piece”. What if lads said: “we broke the frame but everything breakes eventually - end of story”.

  • 8 7
 @sospeedy: I agree with this 100%, but it's not going to be like that. If this was their Evolink is probably be with everybody else thinking that they're covering their ass. Pole started a BRAND NEW way to make bikes. Trying to figure out what is going to work and what isn't is part of the process. Making mistakes is so frowned upon now that nobody can innovate. Every one has to make it look like a session so they make sure they don't get roasted in a comment section.
  • 4 3
 @phastlikedatnascar: who knows maybe it was the huck test and they will show it in slo mo... if it did happen then If I were them And read this rubbish I’d “Leak” the video to countless low-life repost whores on insta
  • 26 3
 @Vudu74: they just should wait for the test video, and then comment: “we fkd up. Everyone does eventually. Failure is one of the best teachers, This will be a big lesson for us, in fact we already improved our Swimgarm...” but... ego
  • 7 1
 You can order them for delivery “7 weeks out.” Unfortunately, “7 weeks out” is actually the time from order until the next time they tell you “7 weeks out” which is just the interval until they tell you “7 weeks out” again and on and on it goes... Not sure how many people have actually gotten a Stamina delivered. I do know people who ordered in June that are still waiting.
  • 3 1
 @barefootdan: lol. You actually believe their sh!t haha
  • 6 0
 @WAKIdesigns: I certainly hope we'll get to see full swingarm obliteration. I mean hey, what's the point of news/reviews/etc. if they're going to pussy out on sharing them?
  • 16 0
 lamentable. A pole's reply in the line of "we messed up, but lesson learned andfrom now on we'll build stronger swingarmsl" would have earn them some respect, even.

Also, give credibility to PB when they like the bike and they say is fast, but acussing them of sensationalism when the same bike snaps is straight up a dick move.
  • 1 0
 @freestyIAM: "the first batch of Machines had a design flaw in the rear triangle that caused the chainstay to fail unnecessarily soon"

They fixed the problem, but what is the expected lifespan?
  • 3 0
 @Vudu74: There's a middle ground there. Just because the manufacturing method is new doesn't mean the testing methods are new. They should have been confident in their product BEFORE sending it for a review. And also confident enough in their staff that they wouldn't make such a simple mistake. Turns out manufacturing consumer products is hard, but there are thousands of other companies that are competent enough to get it done...

After all of the negatives I have heard about this company even before this broken bike, I would never even consider buying one of their hype machines.
  • 2 0
 I own an Evolink and honestly, I love the bike. It comes apart super easy to service, the geo is spot on for me and I think it looks awesome. I feel like Pole should have just stuck with the Evolink line and continued to improve on it rather than sell them as a means to fund these cnc bikes. As a machinist I love what they're trying to do, i think its awesome, but it's not worth the hassle imo. So many angry people not getting their bikes when promised etc. meanwhile the Evolink is forgotten about. Shame.
  • 4 0
 @JohnnyVV: true dat. Fortunately, I don’t think many customers have broken Pole bikes because they never got delivery in the first place.
  • 1 0
 @MarcusBrody: where is this? see comments but no actual review yet?
  • 4 0
 At this rate the Bible of Bikes will be out in full to binge before the PB Field Tests finish.
  • 6 0
 They don’t have to release these in any particular order. If they want to hold the Pole video, fine. But didn’t they have a couple other bikes in this class to review?

Anyway, I’m not a fan of Pole. Don’t have carbon bikes? China’s fault. We are taking the environmental high road. Bike breaks? We sent the wrong one, and Pinkbike didn’t let us send them a replacement. So what guarantee as a consumer do I have that they won’t make the same careless mistake with my production bike? A lot of deflection from this company. And their bikes are ugly.
  • 4 0
 @rzicc: Pole pre-emptively posted a response that the poster above me linked. It basically went from "Prototype pre-production somehow got shipped!" to "But Pinkbike unfairly wouldn't let us send a replacement and retest it after the field test" to "They're just drumming up controversy for clicks!"

It was kind of a shitshow.
  • 2 0
 @MarcusBrody: Yeah, I could have sworn yesterday there was only the part about the wrong rear triangle, and the quote about how fat they were from Kazimer and Levy.

Pinkbike is usually pretty fair. If things break, they give the manufacturers a chance to respond, and often have another follow up piece of content with the manufacturers.

On the two videos they’ve released so far, it seems like they’ve gone out of their way to be complimentary of Pole, mentioning how fast the bike they review rides compared to the Pole as a bench mark, or that it descends well, but not quite as good as the Pole. Seemed fishy to me.
  • 1 0
 @MarcusBrody: sorry, I meant a quote about how FAST Pole were.
  • 2 5
 @iduckett: think you meant to say the test rider was raped by a pole and then killed by a slayer
  • 1 2
 @MarcusBrody: totally agree that Pole should be punished in the review for this. Still, as a consumer I want to know how the bike that I can buy would perform. I would therefore prefer a second check with the default production enduro parts and updated findings. The final scoring should remain the same regardless. Screwing up should be reflected in the scores. The same goes for the Manitou Mezzer fork that probably wasn't assembled correctly. Punish Manitou for sending a suboptimal fork, but do a teardown and check whether the reviewed sample is correct.
  • 2 0
 @Mac1987: I agree in general. I would still read a review. I suspect that the Field Test model and it's compressed time frame didn't allow for this though.

Given they have talked about the Pole a fair amount, I suspect that the buck to flat test was one of the later things they did. I wouldn't expect the other ride features to be too different with a lighter weight rear triangle. Did Pole just want a retest on the huck to flat?
  • 5 0
 @freestyIAM: at first I thought it was cool that they got out ahead to take the blame for their bike breaking. But I have to admit I didn't read past the headline. After reading Poles excuse, especially where they throw PB under the bus for sensationalizing it, I think they're response sucks Pole!
  • 1 0
 @WAKIdesigns: quit kidding yourself, you and I both know you’ll just buy Antidotes 29er when it comes out.
  • 1 2
 @Happypanda1337: As far as I know, Anti will not release any bike with more than 160 of travel that can work with standard MTB drivetrain (DM has 142 rear end which is perfect for DH cassettes) That is why I am setting my sights on bikes like Slayer or Commencal Furious or Banshee Darkside. Or maybe something super custom... RM Slayer is out of my financial game. I can get Darkside/ Furious, a blingy fork and some more for the price of Slayer frameset, which is awfully overpriced
  • 1 0
 @MarcusBrody: they say the 'wrong' rear triangle also impacted stiffness in the rear (cue jokes). I don't know whether they came up with this remark after 'the snappening'. Anyway, I would like to know how the bike performs with the stock part. The score can remain the same.
  • 1 0
 @MarcusBrody: in addition, like you said, I see that a partial retest might be difficult considering the limited timeframe.
  • 3 0
 @H3RESQ: Its more appropriate because Minaar's frame was- literally - broken by a pole.
  • 1 0
 @MarcusBrody: "sometimes we fail" might not be a great marketing slogan.
  • 1 0
 @LuvAZ: I get the vibe that whatever part would have broken, it would have been a ‘prototype’..
  • 1 0
 @Mac1987: Absolutely. Not particularly keen on Pole, but leaving an easily fixed problem unrelated to the design of the product itself bias peoples opinions without providing any updates when the company tries to send you a right part, that doesn't look like utterly professional either.
  • 2 0
 @freestyIAM: Idk. I didn't think the review was "scandalous". It frankly stated that the bike did well until the huck-to-flat test and that Pole chocked it up to a non-production rear triangle on the back. PB had reviewed the bike already, had a budget for filming, writing, and producing the review, and wasn't about to go back and do it all twice due to a mistake form the manufacturer. In order to stand by the review, they couldn't change the frame configuration without retesting EVERYTHING.

If they wanted to be scandalous, they wouldn't have titled the review "fastest trail bike" or gone through the whole review before mentioning the failure. Pole, it sounds like you're scandalizing and building up bad press when no one really cared in the first place.
  • 1 0
 @JohnnyVV: exactly. If the only reason to not buy a Pole was Leo's feeble attempt to deflect, people would shrug it off. But there are also many stories, including Nathan from The Path Podcast, where fully paid for, ordered bikes keep getting getting delayed, with responses from the company that are like talking to the soup nazi from Seinfeld. Definitely keeps me from ever considering buying what seems to be a really well thought out geo design.
  • 1 0
 @freestyIAM: could you imagine saying “a huck to flat test isn’t recommended on an xc bike.”
  • 1 0
 @TuckerBikes: depends on the drop distance no?
  • 28 1
 I always find it funny that this Canadian website lists stuff in united states currency.
Gifts under $130.643*
  • 1 0
 there should be a choice of currency on EVEY listing OR the choice made for us by PB when we enter our nationality
  • 18 1
 Gotta love the under $100, $99.99.
  • 10 4
 Well technically it is under $100.
  • 6 6
 @COnovicerider: Well technically Walter White could be your neighbour.
  • 1 0
 @colincolin: Theoretically
  • 10 0
 i can stand by the ridewrap option! i got a kit from them and it was the best purchase on my new bike i made so far! its not made for big hits, but those times you lean your bike on something or the people who hug their frames with their kneepads.
  • 5 0
 Yep, put a full custom RideWrap on my new bike I bought back in December 2018. Just sold that same bike for a premium because it looked brand new and was still 90% wrapped. I had quite a few scuffs and scratches on the wrap... none of them actually scratched the paint! I repaired a couple with heat, repaired a couple with extra pieces that ship in the box and just removed a couple shredded pieces before sale. (Buyer was very happy).

At the end of the day... the investment more than paid for itself. Also, during the the time I had the bike, found the wrap made keeping the bike clean and cleaning it easier. Seems like mud/dirt/etc doesn't stick to the product as easily as it does typical bike paint.

Installing the full custom product can be finicky depending on how anal you are. I was able to do mine on a fully stripped frame, but still took me about 3 days (couple hours a day) to get it perfect. There was definitely a learning curve as you get better at it as you go. You use a spray bottle to fully wet the pieces so you can remove and adjust as many times or as much as you need to until you get it right. By the end I could probably do a full bike in 1 to 2 hours. If you're not up for that, RideWrap now has "Certified Installer Shops" that will do it for you for for about $90 (CDN) I think?
  • 3 0
 @islandforlife: that last part too! i thought my bike was easier to clean yesterday than before.. guess that was why. $90 well spent, though install was tricky. took me around 3-4hr to install, my next bike well definitely be faster.
  • 3 0
 I like the idea of a custom fitted kit for a specific bike, but my self made job covers all the potential scrape points and looks good too. Just need to make a couple of stencils and take your time. And the roll of 3m stuff will last for at least 2 more bikes.
  • 4 0
 @ssteve: Yep that can work as well. But once you see the detail and work involved in these custom wraps, there's no going back... they are a work of art!! And they ship with extra pieces, tools and excellent instructions. Plus the company is run by a bunch of great guys out of Whistler who I'm very happy to support.
  • 4 0
 Ridewrap was absolutely worth the money for me. It's a small price to pay for keeping your bike looking brand new. The added benefit of less dust sticking to the frame and being easier to clean in general is pretty sweet too.
  • 4 0
 Glad you guys like the product! The whole team is constantly grinding to get it out there for more models and riders, so everyone at the shop is stoked on the kind words.
  • 3 0
 I dig word of mouth props for products, but how are they not making condoms as well. Seems like a golden marketing opportunity lost.
  • 4 0
 @SacAssassin: We sourced a factory. The responsibility of product failures seemed like unneeded insomnia worrying about all of our bike mates escapades...
  • 4 0
 I installed a tailored RideWrap kit on my Druid and on my Honzo. I almost lost my relationship with my GF and daughter in the process, along with my sanity, but I attribute all that to my horrible skill level when it comes to most things mechanical. In the end, the finished products are excellent and the guys at RideWrap and the level of CS they provide are all NEXT LEVEL. Highly recommended.
  • 14 5
 What about best gifts for free ? Oh got one ! What about quality time with love ones and riding. Sold !
  • 7 0
 That's cute.
  • 5 1
 Nah. that's no fun
  • 4 0
 Definitely need to give better props to the GUP sealant...literally the first thing that I make sure all my bikes have strapped to them. Saved me and those around me countless time on both road and mountain.

Works like a charm, you just need to make sure you follow the instructions or you going to get foamed!

  • 5 1
 3M Scotchgard automotive clear vinyl tape works just as good, if not better than 'bike specific' protective tape and it's so much cheaper. No, I don't need vinyl cut specifically for my bike. I'll take a 2 inch roll and 4 inch roll for 3M Scotchgard automotive clear vinyl tape and cut them myself. I've covered 2 bikes and spent $35 on Amazon for a 2 and 4 inch roll of that stuff. Don't care if it looks pretty or not as long as it it does the job.
  • 4 0
 Word. Used the same stuff. Cut lots of different sized rectangles to cover all the tubes. Not everything’s covered but every cable, rub spot or rock spray zone is. Didn’t use water (but surface was clean) and it’s still on the bike. For the money it was super effective, and fun! Honestly the thought of doing a full frame version sounds super annoying. I’d probably just go the same route in the future.
  • 8 0
 Good on you. We're not saying there isn't more than one way to skin a cat, we think so long as you are protected that's a win! Having a precut kit whether frame specific or universal fit, detailed instructions and install tools makes the entry to bike protection less daunting and an easy solution for riders.
  • 2 0
 @iduckett: pro tip: round off the corners for less peeling
  • 1 0
 @ssteve: I actually did that Smile , it’s a great tip! Looks nicer too.
  • 1 0
 You can get 3M for free by walking into an automotive detail shop and asking for some scrap strips leftover from car installs. A piece or two is more than enough for a bike.
  • 5 0
 Pole has taken no responsibility for their mistake and has tried to blame it on the "corrupt media". I wouldn't want to have a warranty issue with a company that is above criticism. Very Trumpian!
  • 6 1
 20$ USD for 4 Stan dart refill? A minuscule piece of rubber, more expensive than some dope by the weight.
  • 2 1
 Same as Dynaplug. Agree they are spendy, but beats adding a tube.
  • 7 0
 Tire plug or butt plug?
  • 6 0
 Why pick just one?
  • 1 0
 SUPER psyched on the GUP sealant. Picked some up at one of the OTH races in OC six months ago and forgot it was in the Camelbak. Flatted a month ago at El Prieto and it saved the ride. User friendly and works really well. My go-to for sealant now.
  • 4 0
 Just got my Neon PB sweater a few days ago and love it! I am currently wearing it at work right now
  • 2 0
 Strava or it didn't happen. lol
  • 2 0
 Yes!! Stoked on this.
  • 1 0
 It's a very nice weight. Not as heavy as a normal sweater, but not as light as a long-sleeve shirt. Will probably wear it a lot over this fall/ winter season
  • 2 0
 @matt-15: That's what I really liked about it. I wear mine a lot more because of the weight.
  • 1 0
 So was it just the Pole and their pride that broke? Thought it was 2 frames.. j/k @ridepole. I was actually going to buy one of these frames but I will wait until we get some long term reviews. 7% advantage on the Pole is huge.
  • 4 0
 Public Service Announcement: Caution! Bottoming out on Pole may cause butt hurt.
  • 1 0
 Me and my loved one have agreed a long time ago on not giving gift to each other for christmas but use that money on charity and we are happier that way.

Besides when I need gears or parts such as a new helmet, some sealant, new grips or some tire repair kit I usually need it now and order it right away. It is not like these are thing like a new bike that you can afford pondering for days/weeks on wether to order them.
  • 3 0
 OR get 7 of your buddies together and get a inflation device that still requires a compressor
  • 1 0
 you guys missed one... Clark hydro complete brake kit bled either M2 or Clout for $25.00CDN.
This is a complete brake either front or rear with 160/180 rotors and shimano pads.
  • 1 0
 It's too bad the prices are even more inflated by the USD! That helmet and sunglasses aren't really below $100 in your country's currency (besides the GBP), especially after conversion, taxes, customs, and delivery charges.
  • 2 0
 All I want for the holidays is a video of a bike snapping Smile
Also sending this to everybody in my secret Santa group.
  • 3 0
 Has anyone use the Stans Dart? Will it seal a pinch flat on the tire bead?
  • 8 7
 It must have been the Specialized bike that broke in the field test, and their lawyers are preventing pinkbike from releasing any more.
  • 3 1
 @islandforlife: Yep, I've seen it. I was just making a joke.
  • 1 0
 @islandforlife: that was only one, the other I'm pretty sure was the RM Slayer
  • 3 0
 Why is that brown beanie not available in the store?!?! Come on now.
  • 4 0
 They just got delivered to our warehouse yesterday - hopefully to be received in full by next week!
  • 2 0
 @sarahlukas: Sweet thanks! I'll be buying one.
  • 3 0
 @man-wolf: We have them in black as well, and they are really rad. 100% wool Smile
  • 1 0
 GUP. Never leave home without it. Easy to carry and does its job and keeps you rolling without wasting time putting in a tube or getting messy with sealant everywhere.
  • 1 0
 Digger, one the original trail builders on the North Shore, is selling his T-Shirts and other merchandise online. Great Christmas gifts! diggerknowfear.com/shop
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 Wish u still had my Oakley Factory Pilot's, back in style...

(And college roommate I sold a Schwinn Homegrown hardtail to and let you borrow my shades, GIVE THEM BACK...)
  • 1 0
 Its quite annoying how the PB touque is displayed here but when you go to have a better look it isn't available. Get it together Pinkbike if you want to sell your merch.
  • 2 0
 Those Stans Darts are a great idea for a stocking stuffer! SOLD!!!
  • 2 0
 Can we have a gift guide of gifts under 40$ that look like 100$ gifts?
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 This year no material stuff for presents. Just give monies to your local trail building organization. The gift that keeps on giving.
  • 14 3
 And then they bring the dude from IMBA with giant iron to make your trail “more inclusive” Smile
  • 4 2
 What about the Enve pump?
  • 7 0
 You can have the nozzle off the end for $85
  • 1 0
 check this waki, only 25 bucks if you already have a battery and has digital readout easy to use chuck with no leak.
just need to use presto adapter. www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI-18-Volt-ONE-Lithium-Ion-Cordless-High-Pressure-Inflator-with-Digital-Gauge-Tool-Only-P737D/307627867?MERCH=REC-_-pipsem-_-302634287-_-307627867-_-N
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 Just got 6 pairs of Jordie Lunn socks in the mail. my riding buddies will be stoked on xmas.
  • 2 0
 can't find the bennie Frown
  • 5 0
 Try looking for the beanie tup
  • 2 0
 under the holidayz sauce maybe? Smile
  • 1 0
 A little premature on our end. They just arrived in the warehouse so they should be received into the system by next week!
  • 2 0
 @Dropthedebt: ops hahahaha
  • 1 0
 @sarahlukas: very nice. thank you
  • 1 0
 @sarahlukas: How about those Trailforks 5 panel caps? They're also not in the store!
  • 1 0
 Need those glasses for the Rave!
  • 2 0
 GUP > Stans Dildo
  • 1 0
 LOL, I was going with a similar thought: Stan's Ass Plugger - for when you're getting runs on the trail!
  • 1 0
 Wow another prototype fail just like E13 carbon cranks
  • 1 0
 If you have Kwiki.. be careful not to spill your GÜP everywhere.
  • 1 0
 SCC Slick. This chain lube will change your life $25.
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 Could care less about this garbage.


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