What do you buy for the rider that has everything? Here are a few ideas:
The Sport Kilt.
Dropping your pants in the parking lot to change into your kit just isn't a very nice thing to to you your neighbors. You can wrap a towel around your waist, but Its comfy, it works better than a towel, and it makes the car ride home oh so breezy!
Available at SportKilt.com:
Pro Cycling on $10 a day.
Phil Gaimon tells so humorous stories about his fast ascent into the pro peloton. He'll make you chuckle, and he'll make you realize that you probably didn't want to be a pro bike racer anyway.
Available on Amazon.com
A Pebble Smart Watch
Pebble smart watches start at just $69.99, but my recommendation is to go for the $149 Pebble Time What I find most useful about the Pebble is that when you get an incoming text, you can just glance at your wrist to read the message. If the message is important, you can answer it. If not, you worry about it later. Click on the pic to read a view on geekwire.com or go straight to pebble.com to buy one.
Thule Paramout DayPack
I love my Thule backpack. I use it as a carry on/laptop bag when I fly, I use it when I ride my bike to go get groceries or beer, and I stuff it with close and shoes when I drive to the start of a mountainbike ride. The rolltop protects the contents from rain and helps you fold the bag down to a smaller size when it isn't full. The padded laptop sleeve cradles my mac and protects it from shock. The whole thing is sturdily built and looks great. Buy it on the Thule Website
Lezyne Road Drive Pump
Real bike riders do epics rides. Real bike riders might need more than just a few CO2s to get them home. The Lezyne Road Drive mini pump is a must have accessory for riders that love REALLY get out on the open roads, where there is no cell service and no bike shop for 30 miles. Just carry this pump, and extra tire, and a patch kit. It is way better than walking. You can use the water bottle cage mount that comes with it, or you can just stick it in your pocket. The detachable hose fits inside the pump when not in use, and is easy on the valve stems. Get it at your local bike shop or many online retailers. Lezyne.com