Did you wait until the last minute to get a start on holiday shopping this year? Worry not! We’ve combed through innumerable options and selected 10 worthy motorcycle gifts that are just a click away.
Arai Corsair-X Hayden Laguna: $979.95
If you’re buying for a racing fan, the Arai Corsair-X Hayden Laguna will be a jaw-dropping gift this holiday season. Celebrating American MotoGP champion Nicky Hayden’s first MotoGP win at Laguna Seca in 2005, this reissued replica packs some of the best safety and comfort features Arai has to offer in a full-face helmet. Plus, it’s fantastic as both daily gear and as a display piece. The Corsair-X Hayden Laguna may be pricey, but it’s a gift your loved one will never forget.
Treblab Z2 Wireless Headphones: $89.97
Give the gift of superior audio quality with Treblab Z2 wireless over-ear headphones. The Z2s feature active noise cancellation, are water-resistant and sweatproof, provide up to 35 hours of play time, and charge to full in three hours. Their 40mm neodymium drivers provide high-quality audio; built-in call and voice assistance technology makes taking calls easy. They’re soft, comfortable, and a steal at just under $90.
Shoei Transitions Visor: $199.99
If the rider in your life uses a Shoei lid, here’s your chance to upgrade their kit with a new CWR-1 Transitions shield. This shield is compatible with X-Fourteen, RF-1200, and RF-SR models and provides 100 percent UVA and UVB protection. What makes this piece really special is an array of trillions of photochromic molecules that change structure when exposed to UV light. As a result, this shield becomes darker for sun or glare and then clears in low-light conditions. This is a huge convenience for riders who stretch their ride from day into night, as they won’t need to fuss with a finicky shield swap. It’s a great piece of kit to have in changing circumstances, ensuring a clear view in all conditions.
Alpinestars Tech 7 Boots: $399.95
Buying for a motocrosser or enduro rider? Spoil them with a new pair of Alpinestars Tech 7 boots. These CE-certified boots feature superior protection via a TPU ankle protection system incorporating biomechanical links between the upper and lower portions of the boot, reducing torsional force in the event of a crash. It also packs contoured calf, heel, and Achilles tendon protection; soft foam reinforcements; and a removable dual-compound footbed made with EVA and Lycra. They’re abrasion resistant, designed to optimize feel on the bike, and provide all-day comfort. Plus, there’s an impressive range of colorways to choose from.
Rev’It! Offtrack Jacket: $399.95
Don’t know what type of jacket your rider needs? Tough to go wrong with the all-season Offtrack from Rev’It. This adventure-style jacket is lightweight, water resistant, overflowing with ventilation, and comes complete with Seeflex CE level 2 protectors in the shoulders and elbows. You can also option to upgrade to maximum protection by adding a Seesoft CE level 2 back protector and CE level 1 chest protectors. The waterproof Hydratex liner is removable, and the outer chassis features 600D polyester, 3D air mesh, and PWR mesh for the perfect blend of breathability and abrasion protection. This sharp-looking piece is available in a variety of colors and in sizes ranging from small to 3XL.
TCX Jupiter 4 Gore-Tex Boots: $199.99
If you’re buying for a street bike rider who isn’t afraid of the elements, check out the TCX Jupiter 4 Gore-Tex boots. These stylish riding boots are casual enough to wear off the bike and are constructed with a suede leather upper enhanced by a Gore-Tex Extended Comfort Footwear membrane. Inside there’s OrthoLite footbeds made of PU foam for optimal, long-term cushioning. These footbeds also wick away moisture and allow air to circulate, helping to keep riders’ feet dry. There are also PU inserts on the malleolus and reinforcements in the toes and heels for impact and crush protection. And because these boots go great with just about any road gear kit, you know your gift will be a hit.
Dunlop Sportmax Q3+ Tires: Up to $472.98 per pair
Tires wear out—it’s an inescapable part of being a motorcyclist. So surprise your loved one with a fresh set. One great choice: Dunlop Sportmax Q3+. The Q3+ fits a wide range of bikes, and Dunlop provides an easy size charge selector for their bike’s make, model, and year to ensure proper fit. And with dual-compound design, carbon fiber sidewall reinforcement, updated tread pattern, and specially designed profile, the Q3+ tires offer better handling, grip, wet-weather capability, and life span than many other options on the market. Your rider will thank you.
The Big Book of Motorbikes: $17.95
We haven’t forgotten the kiddos! The Big Book of Motorbikes by Rennie Scaysbrook, 2019 Pikes Peak record-setting champion and road test editor for Cycle News, is a fantastically fun introduction to the world of motorcycling. Kids will learn about different manufacturers, the history of motorcycles, different types of bikes, types of racing, and much more. The illustrations are fun and engaging, and the wealth of information inside is bound to inspire kids to want to know more about motorcycles.
Chrome Barrage Freight Backpack: $200
The Chrome Barrage Freight backpack is an awesome choice for the rider in your life, or simply as a stylish and functional piece off the bike. It’s 100 percent waterproof and features an easy-to-use roll-top closure. A molded back panel and ergonomic shoulder straps make it comfortable on the bike or on foot, and the main compartment fits up to 38 liters of anything from gear to groceries. A 15-inch MacBook Pro fits easily inside, and reflective strips on the exterior improve visibility in low-light conditions.
Dainese D-air Smart Jacket: $749.95
Show your rider you love them with the Dainese D-air Smart Jacket. This piece, which fits easily under or over any riding garment, features the innovative Dainese airbag system. The airbag deploys when an incident is detected by the central electronic unit and seven built-in sensors, which are always looking for trouble by analyzing position data 1,000 times a second. What’s even more exciting is the Smart Jacket does not need to be connected to the bike; has no hard-shell parts; and, when deployed, provides CE level 2 protection at the chest and CE level 1 protection at the back, dispersing up to four times more energy than comparable rigid armor. Plus, if the unit deploys, Dainese offers the D-air System Reset and Airbag Replacement for $250.