If you’re unsure what gift to buy your other half for Christmas, then the Bikebox might be the solution. The Bikebox Club (http://www.thebikeboxclub.com/) is a global membership club for cyclists who send their members monthly deliveries of the newest and most specialised cycling products from across the World.
The Bikebox Club research and source the latest brands and the best products according to the latest cycling trends and seasonal cycling requirements. These products are then delivered directly to their members doors so they can be some of the first people in the world to use and own these products.
The Bikebox Club recently won an exhibitors space at this years Web Summit in Dublin where Tour de France winner Chris Froome got his hands on a box. Their Christmas gift box is now available to order through the following link:
Christmas Gift Box
Polaris Neck Gaiter – Polaris Bikewear’s neck gaiter is made from polyester micro-fleece for warmth and comfort. Elasticated drawstring can be used to create a hat when tightened. A must for all sports during the colder winter months
Udderly Chamois Cream – Developed originally for Cyclists to help prevent chaffing, it is also good for those seeking a thicker moisturiser. Chamois cream is effective in stopping chaffing of the skin on long rides.
Photojojo Wide/Macro Lens – These lenses are magnetic pro-lenses for your phone! Each lens is crafted out of solid aluminum and outfitted with thick, high-clarity glass. each set comes with an adhesive removable metal ring that fits any phone and/or a metal Magplate that’s specifically cut to camouflage on the back of your iPhone. The ring/plate sticks to the back of your phone, and the phone lens attaches magnetically. Snap it on and off in an instant!
Pulsin’ Natural Energy – Pulsin’ make natural protein bars, protein powders and healthy treats that are as good for you as they taste. Packed full of natural ingredients and organic goodness, our products are free from nasties, high in protein and low GI, making them perfect for the whole family.
I keep looking for the two €20 notes that must be missing from the inside of the box