Best Mountain Bike Gifts Under $100

If you gave a mountain biker $100, what would they buy? We’re pretty sure most mountain bikers would answer tires. While mountain bike tires can be a very personal “gift” we put this handy dandy MTB gift guide together with our favorite mountain bike gifts under $100, in case you wanted to gift something other than rubber.

Also check out these cool mountain bike gifts under $50 and our other MTB holiday gift guides to find the perfect gift for a friend, family member, or (realistically) yourself. If you’re shopping for the holidays, take advantage of these Black Friday MTB Deals.

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Specialized Flux 850 Bike Light

This powerful bike light sprays a wide, rectangular beam that covers more than enough trail at night. With a helmet mount included and a 3-hour run time (medium mode, 6-hour run time in low mode), you may find mountain biking at night is just as fun as it is during the day.

Race Face Atlas 35 Handlebar

These 35mm handlebars feel stable and aggressive on descents, making them a great gift for someone who has been progressing and pushing their limits this year. Oh wait, that’s you? Then you should totally go for the “Kash Money” gold-colored version.

Topo Designs Bike Bags

We’ve been crazy about bike bags this year, for gravel bikes and mountain bikes, too. These matching bags from Topo Designs are made with 100% recycled nylon and they are very roomy, They’re also easy to move from bike to bike, or in the case of the handlebar bag, from bars to your body, thanks to a removable shoulder strap.

  • Price: $49 each (handlebar bag, frame bag sold separately)
  • Available from Topo Designs

Oneup EDC v2 Tool

Gadgets make great gifts, especially when you’re gifting to gear-obsessed mountain bikers. The Oneup EDC system stashes a multi-tool in your steerer tube which not only saves space but also puts the tool front and center for when you need it.

Photo: Hannah Morvay

Leatt Enduro 3.0 V22 pants

Talk about value! Most mountain bike shorts and shoes can easily cost more than $100, so finding technical, yet breathable mountain bike pants at this price point is a score!

  • Price: $99.99
  • Buy from evo.
Photo: Maureen Gaffney

Gore Windstopper Thermo Gloves

MTB gifts don’t need to be flashy or extravagant; warm and cozy gifts are definite winners for mountain bikers in the winter. These windproof and water-resistant gloves are a good choice for keeping your digits warm and cozy when riding in cooler temps (40s – 50s).

  • Price: $54 sale (reg $90)
  • Available at Gore Wear and other retailers

Rapha Hip Pack

This hip pack’s 3L storage pouch is big enough to carry all your ride essentials and then some. But what really sets this hip pack apart from others is the thick foam that cushions the bag against your back. This quality hip pack will get used on pretty much every ride, and it’s designed to last.

  • Price: $80
  • Available at REI

Photo: Machines for Freedom

Machines for Freedom Technical Tee

These women’s tees from Machine for Freedom can do it all, seriously. The loose and flowy fit and sweat wicking modal fabric make this top great for most trail rides, working out and hanging out. The longer crop length and wide array of colors look great on every body shape. The long sleeve tee and everyday tank also feature a similar silky fabric and fit.

Klymit Inertia Zone Air Mattress

Let your favorite mountain biker know you care about their comfort with the Klymit Inertia Zone air mattress. It might not look like the most comfortable sleeping pad but it actually feels great and is less bouncy than traditional mattresses without cut outs. It’s also lightweight which makes it comfortable to carry on long distance bikepacking trips.

  • MSRP: $89.99
  • Available at: Amazon

Sea to Summit X-Pot

This lightweight camping pot is collapsible, but don’t worry, it only collapses when you want it to. Gift this functional and packable pot to any outdoor-lover and they’ll be cooking better-than-home-cooked meals at the campsite in no time.

Cascade Fade Original Puffy Blanket, photo courtesy of Rumpl

Rumpl Original Puffy Blanket

Everyone loves a good blanket! These water-resistant and insulated blankets are a packable for all your outdoor adventures. We can’t get enough of all the vibrant colors and designs.


McLeod Tool

Bikers are builders. Sure, we need bikes to ride but we also need trails, and a McLeod is easily the best hand tool for creating and maintaining singletrack trails. It’s a stiff rake; it’s a sharp hoe; it’s a dirt tamper. No wait, it’s all three!

  • Price: $75
  • Available at Amazon

Velocio Zero+ Glove

Of course dedicated mountain bikers are going to be riding in the winter! These winter mountain bike gloves can keep their hands and fingers warm in temps around the low 30s to 40s and actually use them for important things like braking.

Muc-Off 8-in-1 Cleaning Kit

The Muc-off ultimate bicycle cleaning kit is one of our favorite “tools” in the garage. The most critical parts of the kit — the pink Nano tech cleaning liquid and bike-wash-specific brushes — are also included in this smaller, more affordable, 8-in-1 cleaning kit. A clean bike is a happy bike, and a happy bike makes for a happy rider.

This article contains sponsored products and Singletracks staff-selected products.