The Best Family Christmas Gifts: Fully Assembled Bicycles, Cold Weather Biking Gear and Stocking Stuffers for Cycling

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Performance Bicycle offers home delivery of fully assembled adult and kids bikes as well as great biking gear for cold weather. Gift recipients get Performance’s 100 percent satisfaction, no-hassle guarantee.

Performance Spin Doctor assembling a bike for shipment

Holiday shoppers can have Performance professionally assemble adult and kids bikes and have them shipped to their doorstep

"We can build an adult or child’s bike and deliver it directly to the home. We also have great stocking stuffers liker arm warmers for cold weather, and Performance Gift Cards," said Jim Thompson, CEO of Performance Inc.

Still looking for that perfect gift for mom, dad, daughter or son? Performance Bicycle, the nation’s largest specialty bike retailer, has some last-minute family Christmas gift ideas for budgets large and small.

“This holiday, people are shopping for meaningful gifts that won’t break the budget,” said Jim Thompson, CEO of Performance Inc. “We give guests a lot of options. We can build an adult or child’s bike and deliver it directly to the home. We also have great stocking stuffers liker arm warmers for cold weather, and Performance Gift Cards, which are made of corn plastic, a domestic and renewable resource. And our E-Gift Cards can be scheduled for electronic delivery whenever the sender wants.”

Everything Performance sells comes with the company’s 100 percent satisfaction guarantee, which means gift recipients can return their items with no hassle. Performance’s last minute holiday gift ideas can be found through Performance’s stores, catalog or, where guests can make orders online right up until December 23.

Fully Assembled Bikes for Adults and Kids
Through Spin Doctor Pro Bike Build™ and Kids Bike in a Box™, Performance offers professionally-assembled bikes that are shipped direct to guests’ front door. Spin Doctor Pro Bike Build is available for nearly all of the adult road bikes and mountain bikes that Performance sells. With Kids Bike in a Box, parents on the hunt for kids’ bikes this holiday season can search online for the best bike, with the knowledge they won’t be stuck putting it together at the last minute.

Performance offers many different sizes, styles and colors of kids bikes online, as well as at all 86 retail locations. All come with Performance Bicycle’s Growth Guarantee—when a child outgrows their bike, parents can bring it in for a 15 percent discount on the next.

Bicycle Stocking Stuffers
Staying warm while staying in motion is always a challenge for cyclists during winter months. Performance Seamless Arm Warmers by Defeet are great for riders as well as runners. Another great stocking stuffer for the chilly months ahead is Performance Radiator Tights, which are a mid-weight polyester/spandex blend that manage moisture and repel wind.

Something else mom and dad should keep in mind: CO2 inflation systems, which help riders quickly inflate tires with little effort—a worthy companion when biking with the family.

Cool Bike Accessories for the Family
The Baby TransIt Rumble Seat Child Trailer lets mom and dad take the little ones along. The trailer carries up to two children with room for toys and supplies, has an adjustable five-point harness to keep them safe, and folds flat for easy storage. Parents can also run errands and shop with the Transit Grocery Bag Pannier, which holds a standard paper grocery bag and folds up when not in use.

About Performance Bicycle
Performance Bicycle is the number one bike specialty retailer in the U.S. and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Performance Inc. Performance provides a multi-channel cycling retail experience that spans catalogs, a website at and 86 nationwide stores that cater to both the avid biking enthusiast and the recreational rider. Performance Inc. is majority owned by North Castle Partners of Greenwich, Connecticut. For more information about Performance Bicycle, please visit


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