Buying a Father's Day gift for dad can be a headache. Rather than giving him a cliché gift such as a new set of BBQ tools or an ugly necktie, try impressing him with something to help him hit the trails.

To get things rolling, we've assembled a list of 10 great Father's Day gift ideas. Even if you don't know anything about bikes, you're guaranteed to hit a home run with one of these great gifts for the mountain biking dad in your life.

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Father's Day Gift Ideas For Mountain Biking Dads

Gift Card to an Online Retailer

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Let's face it, mountain bikers can be hard to shop for, but it's never too late to give someone the perfect gift (especially if they can choose it themselves.) Digital gift cards are delivered the same day via email and can be redeemed immediately. You can choose to send the e-Gift Card directly to them or send it to yourself to deliver to them at a later date. Plus, you can personalize the message in the email to show how much they matter to you. Here are four great online retailers that can offer a wide range of great products for the cyclist in your life.

Race Face Chester Pedals
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Alloy pedals are great for their resilience and visual appeal, but it's no secret that most of the time there's nothing lightweight about them. On the contrary, composite pedals may be light, but they also wear out easier and aren't as keen on footing. Race Face's Chester Composite Pedals offer the best of both realms, using its tough and burly nylon composite body to provide a large platform with the same superior grip you'd find on alloy pedals via the bottom loading 8 hex traction pins. Thin and lightweight is the name of the game with Chester, featuring a cro-mo axle that is fully sealed and a 100% serviceable bearing and bushing system. This pedal offers great performance for a wide range of riders at a price that leaves plenty of cash in pocket to spring for that round of bevies at your local watering hole after hammering out a day of hot laps with the crew.

Price: $54.99
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Feedback Sports Pro Elite Bicycle Repair Stand
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The Pro Elite Bicycle Repair Stand is a perfect choice when travel weight and size limits are a concern. Its legs and clamp head quickly fold into a 37" super-compact, lightweight unit weighing just 10.5 lbs add to that it does not require tools for easy set-up and tear down and you have a great repair stand that is portable and easy to use.

Price: $315.00
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PNW Rainier IR V3 Dropper Seatpost
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The Rainer dropper post has earned a solid reputation for consistent, reliable performance, so rather than changing the formula entirely PNW opts for some minor refinements that make this third-generation the best one yet. Travel is increased, and the travel is now adjustable in 5mm increments so you can fine-tune the fit if your ideal travel is somewhere between 170 and 200mm. At the same time, the post's total length is shortened, which is always a good thing—especially for bikes with interrupted or shortened seat tubes.

Price: $179.00
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Pro Torque Wrench
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With so much carbon on modern bicycles, torque wrenches are becoming more of a necessity. The PRO Torque Wrench will provide you everything you need to properly tight the bolts on your stem, handlebars, seatpost and more! No longer worry if you're over-tightening your bolts and crushing your expensive carbon fiber components with the PRO Torque Wrench!

Price: $139.99 $109.99
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Maxxis Assegai Wide Trail Tire
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An assegai is an iron-tipped spear used by the Zulu people in South Africa. It is a fitting name for a tire that is ready to battle the trails. The Maxxis Assegai tire is offering in both 27.5 and 29-inch versions. It has tall knobs that work well in dusty and loamy conditions as well as on wet roots and rocks. It features a 3C or DC compound that offers ultimate grip and slow rebound properties for excellent traction. It also has EXO or EXO+ casing which provides extra support and protection in the sidewalls. It is tubeless ready so you can drop the tire pressure for a smoother ride and better traction.

Price: $67-$100.00
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Troy Lee Designs A3 MIPS Bike Helmet
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The Troy Lee Designs A3 MIPS Bike Helmet is the newest edition of TLD's top of the line trail helmet, and it's somehow better than any they've made before. The A3 utilizes a new MIPS harness that's integrated into the retention system, upgrading your comfort and safety in one fell swoop.

Price: $220.00
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Ergon GFR1 Grips
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The GFR1 is the gravity grip of world-class gravity riders. Ergon designed the GFR1 with the direct feedback of Tahnée Seagrave and her teammates from Canyon [CLLCTV] FMD Racing. The grip’s features include specific textured siping on the top and added grip zone on the bottom for maximal damping and control through the most demanding tracks. With the GFR1, you always have everything under control with maximum precision.

Price: $34.95
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Topeak LineUp Stand
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Does dad need a better way to store his bikes? Topeak has the answer. The LineUP is a lightweight, tubular folding stand for storing and displaying bicycles. A spring-loaded arm stabilizes the front or rear wheel and accepts wheel diameters from 20” to 29”.

Price: $74.95
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Abbey Decade Chain Tool
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If there's one thing we've learned from Abbey Bike Tools is just how fastidious the company is about the material choices, development, and design it instills into each and every tool. Take the Decade Chain Tool for instance. It spent a full two years of prototyping, testing, and revising before it was deemed ready for professional mechanics and for your shop. Abbey claims to have broken over 10,000 chains on a single tool and pin during its development, the equivalent of three chain installs per day, every day for 10 years, hence the name.

Price: $175.00
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