Father's Day Buyer's Guide 2016 - $50-$100

Tom Roderick
by Tom Roderick

If our two previous Father’s Day buyer’s Guides ( $25 And Under, $25-50) didn’t have quite what you’re looking for, maybe this price range does. From beverage bags to gift baskets, there’s a little something on this list for motorcyclists of all kinds. If you don’t find that perfect Father’s Day gift here, next week we’ll be publishing our big spender guide of gifts above $100. Happy shopping and Merry Father’s Day!

Worlds Greatest Biker Dad Coat Rack

The coat rack comes with three double hooks to hang gear and other accessories. Choose from this design or personalize this wall accessory with your images, designs and texts to add a special touch. Dimensions: 16.5″T x 7.125H x 1.5″W. $52.90 at Zazzle.com.

Motech End-Roll Dry Bag

If your dad is an all-weather traveler, keeping things dry is important, and difficult. Motech’s end-roll dry bag is made from tough, waterproof welded tarpaulin PVC. They feature 4-point attachment straps, carry handle, retroreflective details and are completely waterproof. Dimensions: 19.7″ long x 8.7″ diameter. Check out this model ($67.95) and others at TwistedThrottle.com.

Wizards Cool Kit

The Wizards Cool Kit is the kind of gift that keeps giving, every time dad feels the urge to clean his bike. For $69.02 the kit includes:

  • Mist-N-Shine for Motorcycles 22 oz Professional Detailer
  • Bug Release for Motorcycles 22 oz Bug Remover
  • Bike Wash 22 oz Bike Cleaner
  • Shine Master for Motorcycles 8 oz Polish and Breathable Sealant
  • Mist-N-Shine for Motorcycles 8 oz Saddlebag Size
  • Multi-Fiber Cloth
  • Free Wizards Kickstand Pad and Can Koozie
  • Packed into a soft-sided cooler

The nine-piece kit is available for purchase at WizardsProducts.com.

Harley-Davidson V-Neck Waffle Knit Shirt

Whether you ride a Harley-Davidson or not is irrelevant (how many pick-up truck drivers with H-D stickers in the rear window actually own one?), because when it comes to branded casual wear H-D makes some undeniably cool stuff. And there’s not too many fathers who’d mind wearing this distressed-looking V-neck with the interestingly-placed Motor Co. insignia. $70 at the H-D website.

Leatt GPX Hydration Pack

A popular item among the off-road crowd, but equally useful for street bikes, the Leatt GPX Hyrdation Pack provides cool, easy-to-reach drinking water during those long, hot stretches. The unique chest harness ensures a very solid fit that keeps the bag bouncing around on your back, while the heat-resistant bladder pocket keeps beverages cold. Get this Leatt model for $79.00 at the Leatt website, or shop around for another model (there are a lot of them).

BikeMaster Front/Rear Stand

This BikeMaster stand is cool because it changes from a front to a rear stand by switching handles and adaptors. Great for lubing/adjusting bikes chains, and performing a whole variety of maintenance, for $89.95. Get more information and purchasing details at BikeMaster.com.

Motorcycle-Themed Gift Basket

This gift basket includes a potpourri of moto-specific goodies:

  • Ceramic motorcycle bank
  • Ceramic motorcycle picture frame
  • motorcycle coffee mug
  • Jack Daniels coffee
  • Harley Davidson three cheese snack mix
  • Chocolate cream filled wafer cookies
  • Three pepper water crackers
  • Beth’s little chocolate chip cookies
  • White cheddar popcorn
  • Summer Sausage
  • Flame Riders bandana.

Get one for the daddy biker in your life for $96.52 at FindGift.com.

Sena Powerbank

The Sena Powerbank portable battery pack is a lithium battery that is compatible with all Sena headsets and cameras, and will also charge most smartphones and other 5V USB devices. The Powerbank is water resistant and comes with a handlebar and armband mount, USB power cable, and mounting adaptor. Check out the $99.00 Powerbank at buysena.com.

Aerostich Gift Certificate

Good for any product on the Aerostich website, and whatever price range you’re in ($10-$1,500). Give the gift that’s sure to fit.

Tom Roderick
Tom Roderick

A former Motorcycle.com staffer who has gone on to greener pastures, Tom Roderick still can't get the motorcycle bug out of his system. And honestly, we still miss having him around. Tom is now a regular freelance writer and tester for Motorcycle.com when his schedule allows, and his experience, riding ability, writing talent, and quick wit are still a joy to have – even if we don't get to experience it as much as we used to.

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