12 Point Ring $105
Cast from a 12 point ignition wrench in solid sterling silver this hand finished, oxidized wrench ring screams “gear head,” but in a lower, more appropriate, inside voice. No reason you can’t add a little flash to your ring finger during the ride. The ring is available in sizes 5–15 with sizes 5–11 going for $105 and sizes 12–15 retailing for $125—the bigger sizes are cast from a bigger wrench.
Harley-Davidson Drinkware $16-$20
What’s a Tervis? Well, it’s insulated drinkware that’s just licensed with Harley-Davidson, giving riders a cool way to show passion for their favorite brand. The new collection of tumblers is perfect for taking on the road, keeping hot drinks hot, and cold drinks cold. What’s more, you can customize them with add-ons, they’re virtually unbreakable, and they come with a lifetime guarantee. Choose from a variety of designs.
The Harley in the Barn: More Great Tales of Motorcycle Archaeology $26
You know it’s happened: You’re driving down a rural lane, and a flash of chrome catches your eye as you pass an old farm. Sure enough, it’s a vintage Indian lurking beneath a an old drop cloth. The Harley in the Barn by Tom Cotter is packed with tales of hidden Hondas and busted BSAs found by lucky collectors. If you can’t pass a padlocked garage without wondering if there’s an old bike inside, this is your book.
ICON Geared Hoody $65
Vibrant, but not showy. Feminine, but not girly. Stamped with cool graphics, but not adolescent. This relaxed fit hoody from ICON features a heavyweight 70 percent cotton/ 30 percent Poly fleece blend, with an individually-dipped dye process that makes each one unique. A waffle knit hood and custom zipper pull seal out drafts and seal the deal.
ICON 1000 Primary Belt $50
It may be the holiday season, but that doesn’t mean everything has to be all sparkly. Like this serious, wide-load genuine leather strap punctuated with an in-your-face Cast Alloy buckle. Stamped with vital information about place of origin and intended usage, it looks like it’ll handily cinch up even the baggiest of your denim trousers.
AXO MX Socks $15
No one really knows what you’re wearing under your boots, so you might as well have some fun. Axo has MX socks available in an eye-popping array of styles. We’re partial to the Batman pair shown here. These motocross socks—made up of 70 percent acrylic, 20 percent nylon and 10 percent Lycra—go way up to your calf, so they’ll work just fine if you’re wearing tall touring boots too.
FOR THE RIDE
Saddlemen E-PAK Electronics Pouch $29.95
You gotta protect your electronics during the ride too. Saddlemen’s new E-Pak houses your smart phone, GPS unit or other electronics in a sleek pouch that secures to your fuel tank. The E-Pak fits most smart phones and a variety of GPS units, and features an electrostatic-transmitting plastic window that allows you to operate the touch screen. The pouch is weather resistant and has a rubberized backing that protects your fuel tank finish.
Sena SM10 $149
The SM10 is the first dual stream Bluetooth stereo transmitter that allows riders to connect audio devices like mobile phones or MP3 players so that both rider and passenger can listen through Bluetooth headsets. It also supports onboard audio systems with optional audio cables, and the SM10 has an aux audio input so you can connect additional non-Bluetooth devices such as a radar/laser detector or a GPS navigator. The SM10 can be paired with nearly any Bluetooth headset (though Sena recommends its own).
Justin Original Workboots $99–$249
JOW may be known for its cowboy boots, but the firm also makes footwear that could pass the biker test too. The Justin Workboots’ waterproof leather construction ensures feet stay dry no matter the weather conditions and steel-toe options provide motorcyclists with the protection and durability they need on the road. Each boot also features durable slip-resisting rubber outsoles and advanced J-Flex Flexible Comfort System Technology.
Alpinestars Tracer Snapback $25.95
You can never have enough ball caps to cover up your helmet head, bald spot or just to kick it around the fire after a long ride. This one’s 100% cotton with flat and single stitch Alpinestars A embroidery for a cool 3-D effect.
Craftsman Bolt On 20 volt System $119.99
This innovative portable power tool system from Craftsman lets you plug in nine optional attachments to a powerful tool base, so you can transform it to tackle whatever project you’re working on. The vast modular system eliminates the need to purchase a whole new tool system for each job, saving you money and space. The Bolt-On base comes with a drill/driver attachment, a 20-volt Max lithium-ion battery, and a Craftsman QuickBoost™ Charger, which can restore a charge to the battery in 30 minutes.www.craftsman.com
Road Zeppelin Seat Pads $119.95
Out on the road, comfort is king, and these new Road Zeppelin Seat Pads from Harley Genuine Motor Accessories make it even easier to plush-ify your ride. Internals feature an air bladder system that distributes weight evenly across the entire seating surface, removing pressure points and providing shock absorption, while the mesh cover allows air to circulate. An integrated hand pump lets you adjust pressure.
Freeze-Out Face Mask $9.99
Help your exposed face and neck with the FREEZE-OUT Face Mask or Neck Guard, which are anatomically-shaped to match facial contours, nose profiles and neck dimensions while ensuring comfort. Strategically placed perforations in the Face Mask minimize fogging while flat-lock seams in both garments maintain comfort. A one-way, membrane-laminate barrier blocks wind while allowing moisture to escape. Waterproof-breathable neck protector has stretch cuff openings to maintain an effective seal.
National Cycle N5502 Hand Deflectors $89.95
So it’s 40 degrees outside. If you’re tooling along at 50 mph, the wind chill hitting you is effectively 26 degrees! Hand deflectors can make cold weather riding more tolerable, and National Cycle’s N5502 units are now available for hundreds of cruisers of all makes. National Cycle’s model-specific custom brackets assure proper fit, and they’re easy to install too, using stock mirror mounting points.
Harley-Davidson Bike Wash Kit $49.95
If you can’t ride it, you may as well clean it. This kit includes all the essentials for the job, like Sunwash Concentrated Cleaner to promote sheeting action, Bug Remover Spray to melt away bugs without damaging metal, and a wool-blend wash mitt with extra-dense pile for scrubbing power. The Bar & Shield detailing pad helps remove debris without scratching finishes, and a synthetic towel helps you dry your rig.