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Still need to get the triathlete dad in your life a gift for Father’s Day? We’ve got you covered. Here are a few ideas to make your shopping easy.
The number one rule in triathlons? Safety first. This new urban light delivers 360 degrees of visibility and is 32 percent lighter than most of the bar lights on the market.
For the dad who: Rides after the kids are in bed or before they get up in the morning. Also for the dad who has more than one bike, but doesn’t have lights on each of them. Having the light on the helmet solves that issue.
This two-bike rack will hold just about any bike with a top tube and folds up for easy storage.
For the dad who: Has a garage full of stuff. This bike rack will hang on a single nail and at least provide a little more room for cars.
The Cool Wings don’t just cover the arms, they cover the shoulders and lower neck, too. They also block 75% of UVB rays. So dad stays more protected.
For the dad who: Doesn’t care if the sun is blasting. Even though the summer is blazing hot, he still rides.
These socks provide cushioning, breathability and a toe seam to prevent blisters. They are made for men who enjoy the outdoors—from hiking to mountaineering.
For the dad who: takes his workout to the trails. Also for the dad who has everything. Hey, you can always buy him socks, right?