Every year I have a bit of fun compiling my Christmas gifts 2021 for female roadies. It’s simply just a list of things that I either aspire to own or already have in my myriad of road cycling equipment, gear and accessories. I’ve been criticised in the past for choosing expensive things but I make no apology because my list is simply a dream list. The bike I’ve included is an expensive top-of-the-line S-Works Tarmac, but you can buy the entry-level Tarmac for a mere $3,400 and still acquire a great bike. And in case you’re wondering, I do not get paid to promote any of these products.
This gorgeous bike is a top-of-the-line S-Works Tarmac and at the moment they are hard to come by with a shortage of bikes due to the pandemic.
A nice stocking stuffer for the female roadie in your life. I bought these ones earlier in the year. The coloured dots go with lots of different kit and they are a fun way to express yourself.
I bought these glasses earlier this year and am really happy with their performance. They are comfortable, the photochromatic lenses work well, and they look good too.
I’m a big fan of Velocio kit. I have written a few reviews of their gear and all the items I’ve tried have fitted well, lasted years, and look great. I also like that you can find something feminine like this floral jersey and it doesn’t need to be pink!!
Supercaz bar tape and drink cages
These are the bar tape and drink cages that I have on my bike and I’m really happy with how they look and function. Supercaz has a large range of subtle and not-so-subtle products to zhuzh up your bike.
I’m a shoe lover both on and off the bike so I know the benefit of wearing shoes that look good and function well. These lovely S-Works road shoes from the Speed of Light Collection are lovely. I have similar ones in plain black, and while I wouldn’t pay the big price tag for these lovelies I couldn’t resist including them here.
It wouldn’t be a gift list without a novelty item like these book ends. I have quite a few bicycle-inspired ornaments and images around my home and enjoy glimpsing them when I’m not on the bike.