Scoshe Boombottle (£120/€149)
The Boombottle isn’t actually a bottle – it’s instead a wireless Bluetooth speaker that fits in a bike’s bottle holder. Wielding dual 40mm drivers and a subwoofer, it can produce a surprisingly beefy sound, and the built-in battery packs 10 hours of life per charge.
Fifty Bicycles That Changed The World (£8)
A tome that’ll grace any bike-lover’s coffee table, this book from the Design Museum takes the reader through the most important and innovative bicycles in history, from the penny-farthing to the chopper to the latest Pinarello ridden by the Sky team.
Brooks B17 Narrow Saddle (£70)
British stalwart Brooks has been making the B17 for over 100 years, and this more streamlined version is ideal for today’s sportier road bikes. The comfortable leather will wear in beautifully, and is available in three colours: brown, black and honey.
Swrve Wax Riding Jacket (£250)
A Barbour for bikes? Pretty much: this British-made waxed cotton jacket will repel water and wind, and it’s breathable too. Available in khaki green and black varieties.