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Triathlete’s Christmas gift guide

December 8, 2020

You’re probably thinking it’s a bit late to be posting a gift guide, but chances are that if you are a triathlete, you’re too busy trying to fit in training/recovery/work and a social life to have thought about gifts yet. Also, this is a good one to send on to friends/family if you want to make sure you get something you will actually want/use! 

Hopefully this hits a wide range of budgets, Merry Christmas! 

Theragun £275 – £549

This is up there as one of the pricier (and more painful!) gifts, but boy does it help! I always remind myself how much I am saving on sports massages to help me justify the cost. It’s costly, but super effective, and the perfect gift for someone who’s training hard!

Cadence and cake x Jal socks £14.99

Okay, a bit of self promotion here… but these really are the perfect gift/stocking filler! Most cyclists are into the strong sock hype, so you really can’t go wrong. 

Jal socks are the highest quality and worn by elites and amateurs – I don’t wear any other socks on the bike!

 

UA Sonic Storm trainers £115

UA HOVR™ Sonic have always been a top pick for running shoes for rainy season, built for runners who like distance but want more flexibility. And now the UA HOVR Sonic 3 gives you real-time Form Coaching from UA MapMyRun. If you know someone who’s data obsessed – these are your top pick! 

Zwift membership £12.99 per month

Races, events, routes, training plans, cycling community… what more could you want to keep you fit and motivated throughout the year. This is a game changer when it comes to cycling training (especially in winter months!), why not treat someone to a membership?

Liv Cycling shoes £274.99

High level performance, comfort and stylish. I am totally in love with these cycling shoes (as someone who suffers with swollen and painful feet after many hours on the bike), and I love that they’re crisp and white. 

Ultra X race 

How better to say ‘Merry Christmas” than “here’s a gift that’s going to make you sweat, chafe and probably wish you were dead at some point!” – but seriously, these races are not just hard, they’re epic! Super well organised, attract the best people, and offer life changing experiences. If anyone is stuck on what to get me… The Azores please.

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