With only a month to go until Christmas, it's time to decide what to put under in the stocking of the cyclist in your life.

The first part of our Christmas Gift Guide looked at the more expensive presents you can get for the cyclist in your life this Christmas. But as we all know, bigger isn’t necessarily better when it comes to presents, so here are some of the smaller cycling-themed stocking fillers that will last a bit longer than a chocolate Santa.

Also check out the final part of our Christmas Gift Guide which covers what you should buy for your bike this festive season.

IMG_23704Tour de France books – £14.99-£35

Last year’s Tour de France will live long in the memories of all of us, and there’s no shortage of books to help you reminisce. Two Days in Yorkshire by Peter Cossins and Andrew Denton (£35) features over 200 of the best images from the opening days of the race in a beautiful coffee table book, which should provide plenty of inspiration to try some of the rides in DeTour de Yorkshire by Rick Robson (£20), a book of rides based on the Tour route as well as some of the best roads that Christian Prudhomme overlooked. And for a unique insider’s look at this year’s Tour it’s hard to beat Ned Boulting’s entertaining 101 Damnations: Dispatched form the 101st Tour de France (£14.99).

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Halfords ‘Eat, Drink, Ride, Repeat’ Mug – £5.00

Here at CW the only thing we love as much as a long ride is a strong brew. This ‘Eat, Drink, Ride, Repeat’ mug provides a motto for our approach to life, and looks certain to be a flashpoint for intra-office conflict as we each look to secure it for permanent use.

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Kopi Coffee Subscription – From £6.95 per month

Coffee makes you faster. Fact. So you should know your way round a cafetiere. Satisfy the demand for top quality coffee with a subscription to Kopi, who deliver a different 250g bag of whole or ground coffee beans to your front door each month, always reaching you within seven days of roasting.

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‘Stylish’ and ‘multi-tool’ are words rarely found together, but Brooks seem to have nailed it with this MT21 tool. The tool features 21 tools including seven Allen keys, three screwdrivers, and a chain tool, but the highlight has to be the beautifully embossed leather strap which holds everything in place.

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Katie’s Bike Rainbowz Necklace – £60.00

Having a recycled bike chain hanging around your neck might not seem like an appealing prospect, but thankfully South London-designer Katie Wallace broken out the degreaser and the acrylic paint to create this unique design, with the v-shaped chain links held together with a 16″ gold-plated chain.

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Fixie Pizza Cutter – €17.95

It may not be the perfect fuel for cyclists, but we’re certainly not going to be cutting out pizza any time soon. However, thanks to the Fixie Pizza Cutter divvying up your favourite margherita or quattro stagione is fun and easy.

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Secret Training Race Day Personal Care Kit – £49.99

Far from the glitz and glamour of Manchester velodrome, the true heart of British cycling can be found in laybys and village halls across the country early on Sunday mornings. Secret Training’s nine-piece kit includes race day essentials such as microfibre towels, chamois cream, and a tin of safety pins, all in a handy bag to make the pre-race routine a little more, well, routine.

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Hackney GT Alpine Bobble Hat – £22.50

Well who wouldn’t love a cycling-themed festive bobble hat? Made of 100% super fine knitted cotton, this is sure to keep you warm on and off the bike, and is surely the perfect attire for a quick ride on Christmas Day to allow you to tuck in to the turkey guilt-free.

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Hoy 2 Cup Espresso Set – £19.99

Our third, and final, coffee-related stocking filler, this stylish set of Hoy espresso cups are limited to only 500 sets, and should provide a little inspiration as well as a decent caffeine hit as you sip on your pre-ride coffee.

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Cyclocross 2013/2014 – The Album – £29.99

‘Tis the season…for cross. But even when the sun is out next summer this coffee table album will allow you to flick through pages of muddy goodness. This 240 page hardback book includes photos of every major international race from the 2013/14 season as well as essays from the likes of Dan Seaton and Simon Burney.

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6-Bottle Bike Bag – £34.99

The one flaw with the classic bottle cage is that it is too big to hold a bottle of beer. Thankfully Firebox have the solution to this age-old conundrum, with a waterproof and hard-wearing six-bottle bag which sits securely over your top tube. Not that you’d be drinking and riding of course…

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Muc-Off Minis – £9.00

Muc-Off are turning their attention to man as well as machine this Christmas with this body care kit available from Boots. Included are miniature bottles of Hair & Body Wash, Body Scrub, and Body Spray to make sure you look as sharp as your bike after a good wash down.

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