7 Perfect Holiday Gifts For Motorcycle Riders

Innovative products that we’ve tested for anyone who lives on two wheels.

The items that I selected this season for our holiday gift guide are among my most highly recommended from the last few years of motorcycle testing. Each one of these products has stood up to more than a year of daily abuse, joining me on rides from home to office and trips around the world. From the LED Lenser flashlight that can flash SOS in Morse code and widen its beam enough to light an entire campsite at night to the SENA Bluetooth that has outperformed every other helmet communications unit I have ever tested, these innovative products are incredibly useful. Plus, if they’re built well enough to handle everything I throw at them, they’ll last a lifetime for pretty much anyone else. Whether you’re seeking something for yourself or a gift for another rider in your life, I’ve always said the best products are the ones that get used, and these are sure to see a lot of service, both on and off the motorcycle.

Featured Product

The aesthetically pleasing Deuce Perforated Leather motorcycle jacket was designed to tackle cold weather conditions with its full sleeve quilted liner. Whether you ride a cruiser, sportbike, or touring motorcycle, the cowhide leather-crafted Fieldsheer Deuce jacket is perfect for riding in any season, leaving you looking good while doing so.

LED Lenser M7R Flashlight

led lenser, flashlight
LED Lenser - M7R, Rechargeable FlashlightLED Lenser

RAM Mount Tough Claw X-Grip

RAM Mount motorcycle
RAM Mount Tough-Claw and X-Grip mounted on the handlebars of a Victory baggerMorgan Gales

Victorinox Swisstool Spirit X

Victorinox Swisstool Sprit X Multitool
Victorinox Swisstool Spirit XVictorinox

SENA 10R Bluetooth Headset Dual-Pack

Sena 10R Low Profile Bluetooth Communication System
SENA 10R Bluetooth Headset Dual-PackSENA

Lander Cascade Battery Pack

Lander tech gear
Lander cable, battery and phone caseMonti Smith

ZT 0566 Folding Knife

ZT 0566 Folding Knife
ZT 0566 Folding KnifeZero Tolerance