Rocktown Bicycles 2018 Holiday Gift Guide

Happy Holidays, Harrisonburg!

Looking for the perfect gift for the cyclist(s) in your life? Check out our Holiday Gift Guide to find just the right thing!

We have everything you could want to make the Holidays special. From stocking stuffers to a brand new bike, Rocktown can help you make this Holiday one to remember!

The items on the Holiday Gift Guide have been broken down into five sections:

  • Stay Safe - be bright and be seen!

  • The BIG one! - NEW BIKE DAY!

  • Fun Stuff - great for stocking stuffers

  • Stay Warm - clothing to help you stay outside longer

  • Mountain & Road Bike Essentials - items we have found to be staples for cycling

Each section is meant to highlight main items we have seen to be the most useful and fun for every cyclist. Our aim is to help you find the perfect gift without the hassle of wondering if it will be liked or used.

As always, please feel free to visit the shop or contact us if you have any questions or requests.

Stay Safe - Be bright, be seen, be happy!

Gift Highlights Include:

Specialized Deflect H2O Jacket: $210

  • Lightweight rain jacket that doesn’t leave you feeling cold and clammy (it’s also extra bright, which is a plus!)

Specialized Stix Lights: $30 - $55

  • USB Rechargeable

  • Lumens range from 18 - 68 for the taillight, 95 - 132 for the headlights

Specialized FLUX Lights: $100 - $150

  • Lumens range from 110 to 1200

  • USB Rechargeable

  • The headlights offer Wide Beam Pattern, great for seeing the road, and for cars to see you!

Lezyne Lights: $25

  • Smaller blinky lights

  • Replaceable Battery powered

Cygolite Headlights & Taillights: $30 - $65

  • USB Rechargeable

  • Lumens range from 460 - 600 for the headlights, 50 - 150 for the taillights

NightRider Headlight: $50 - $100

  • More lumens per dollar than ever along with Niterider durability.

Mirrycle Bar End Mirror: $19

Centro Helmet: $55

The BIG One!

Surprise your loved one with a bike sure to put a smile on their face.

Turbo Como 3.0 E Bike $3,250

The Specialized Turbo E bikes are so fun, they make you like a kid again! We love our Turbo bikes here at the shop (I ride one almost daily around town). Specialized Turbo’s are smoother, go farther, have better support, and look better than the others. It really is you, just faster. The 3.0 sits a model up from the entry level Como 2.0 ($2,850) and has all the features we like. 29mph speed, great battery capacity, and integrated head and taillights; and just like any of our new bikes here, backed by the full support and service of our shop.

Pedal Assist up to 29mph, fully integrated battery and motor, and hydraulic disc brakes!

Riprock 24" Kids’ Bike $525

Big tires, disc brakes, lightweight tuned suspension, kid-usable brake levers, and low standover - your kid will be shredding and having a great time on the Riprock!

Fun Stuff - Stocking stuffers, adventure inspiration, local bike shop love!

Gift Highlights Include:

Wahoo GPS Computer $245

Bells: $8 - $10

Rocktown Harrisonburg Map Bottle $6.95 - $7.95

Bottle Cages $10 - $50

Chamois Butt’r Chamois Cream $17.99

Rocktown T’s & Jerseys $15 - $150

Bike Grips/Tape $11 - $30

National Geographic Map $11.95

Sunglasses $25 - $185

Gift Card ANY AMOUNT! :)

Stay Warm - Colder temps shouldn’t mean the end of the riding season.

Gift Highlights Include:

Deflect Wind Jacket $120

  • This is a super lightweight, (49 grams!) packable into a jersey pocket wind/light water jacket. Very breathable and an awesome layer to have in your pocket many days of the year.

Therminal Alpha Jacket $200

  • Made to ‘walk to dry’ in 30 minutes, this Polartec developed fabric is very light, very insulating, and very breathable. With a built in hood that is meant to fit under your helmet, and looks that are good on and off the bike.

Defroster Cycling Boots $200

  • Super reflective, and insulated throughout. A very walkable and grippy sole made with Gripton rubber so that you don’t slip when you’re off the bike. These have been a shop favorite in the winter months.

Shoe Covers $30-$70

  • Looking for something to keep wind and water at bay but not ready for the Defroster boots? Show covers are a great addition to your winter layers and work well even for days that may just have a bit of chill to them.

Neck Buff $25

Winter Gloves $40-$85

  • From lightweight to really cold, I’ve enjoyed our gloves over the years more than any other. The Element line all uses Gore Windstopper fabric which is super breathable and windproof (windproof like I previously didn’t understand). With different levels of Thinsulate in them depending on how deep of a freeze you’re riding in.

Knee warmers/Arm warmers $55

  • Easy to get on and off and easy to keep in a jersey pocket, the latest version of these warmers fit better than ever.

Therminal Hat & Ear Warmers $16-35

Necessary when it gets below certain temps and available with Gore Windstopper, the headwear we stock is warmer than ever.


Mountain Bike & Road Bike Essentials - Cycling items we don’t like to live without!

Gift Highlights Include:

CAT5 GEAR Travel Bag $75

  • These bags are AWESOME. I have used one for months now and it’s made all my trips far easier. Very well conceived and executed bike accessory luggage from our friends up in Canada. Available in a bunch of colors. Cyclists are difficult to shop for. This is that gift they didn’t know existed and will absolutely use and love. -Chris

Osprey Hydro-Pack $75 - $140

Mountain Bike Tires $55 - $90

Road/Gravel Tires $35 - $80

MultiTools: $20 - $40

Tire Plugs $6 - $20

Frame Bag/Saddle Bag $30 - $140

Patch Kit & Tubes $2 - $9.95

Hand pumps/CO2 $6 - $50

Road Helmets: $40 - $225

MTB Helmets: $40 - $180

Mountain Bike & Road Shoes: $100 - $475

Gloves: $25 - $40

Pedals: $15 - $200

Cycling Caps: $28

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