Depending where you live the weather outside is starting to look a little frightful. That must mean the holiday season is upon us. While finding the perfect gift is often an agonizing experience, if you’ve got a motorcyclist in your life things are much easier. After all, no motorcyclist has everything they want – real life (money) tends to get in way sometimes.
Well, it’s that time of year, again. Those who care for riders are searching for the perfect moto-gift. Even if you don’t have a lot of scratch, you can still find a ton of nice presents for under $50. If you don’t believe us — or if you simply need some inspiration — take a look at the list below. We’ve tried to choose items that will appeal to a broad spectrum of riders, but with only 10 slots available on the list, we’ve necessarily left out many, many other good options. Don’t see your favorite bike-related item on the list? Share the love with MO readers by leaving a comment. (Or you could just vent your spleen and call us jerks, but remember Santa is watching.)
This time our Top Ten List moves up the scale to gift items between $100 and $200. This price range moves you to a different level of options for your favorite rider. Now, we’re starting to move away from the bargain basement into the beginnings of premium gear, and you’ll see that, while some items may have much cheaper competitive options available, a closer inspection reveals what makes these items superior.
Continuing our lists of Top 10 Motorcycle Holiday Gifts for you or a loved one, this week’s list focuses on items ranging in price between $200 and $500. Here we’ve compiled a bevy of items for both the rider and motorcycle alike. Whether the gift is for a person or a two-wheeled companion, either way, we’re sure with one of these items the recipient will be happy. We tried to cover a broad spectrum of riders and machinery, but narrowing the options to just 10 was no easy task. If you have a suggestion for this list, or simply want to add something you really want, say so in the comments section below. Who knows, Santa might grant your wish this year.