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The season of giving is just around the corner. Looking for a gift for the motorcyclist on your list? We have you covered with our holiday gift guide, featuring our favorite motorcycle gifts for 2021.

Motorcycle gear can get complicated, but we made sure to choose gifts that require little to no sizing or guesswork. Let’s dive in.


Sedici Strada II Parlare Helmet



Give the gift of safety and communication for the street rider on your list. Sedici’s Strada II helmet is their latest street helmet, and the Parlare version adds a Bluetooth headset for communication, navigation, music, calls, and more. The Strada II’s aerodynamic shell is a strong, lightweight mix of fiberglass and DuPont™ Kevlar® fiber for superior strength. The helmet also features full ventilation, a drop-down sun shield, washable/adjustable interior padding, and DOT/ECE certification.

The integrated SENA DWO-6 Bluetooth v4.1 system offers group intercom capability for up to four riders (universal protocol compatible with all brands), eight hours of talk time, seven days of stand-by time, and a comms range of 1,000 meters. Maybe your gift recipient will use the Strada II Parlare to call and say thanks while on the road!

Street & Steel Oakland Jeans



Motorcycle jeans look just like a regular pair of Levi’s, but under the surface they hide moto-specific protection for a safer ride. Street & Steel’s Oakland jeans look right at home on a wide variety of motorcycles, from Harleys to sport bikes, and they fit most folks with their stretch denim construction. Their cut is fairly straight with a slight boot flare to accommodate motorcycle footwear. In the event of a slide, the Oakland jeans resist heat and abrasion with aramid reinforcements at the seat, hips and knees. CE-rated impact protectors, adjustable and removable, are included at the knees. Choose between men’s and women’s versionsfor the best fit, available in both black and blue denim. Any rider would want a pair of riding jeans like these in their gear closet.


BILT Amped EVO Dirt Helmet



Dirt is one of the fastest-growing riding styles right now, and a new helmet is always a solid choice. The BILT Amped EVO helmet is ideal for anyone getting started in the off-road world, although these helmets also carry DOT and ECE certification for on-road use. BILT utilizes a durable polycarbonate shell with plenty of ventilation and a removable peak. There’s also a large eyeport for a wide field of view, a washable liner, and plenty of color options. BILT offers different Amped EVO helmet models for men, women, and youth riders. Use the handy size chart to ensure the perfect fit, and consider picking up a pair of dirt goggles as a stocking stuffer.

AXIAL Block Base Layers



Too many riders hang up their gear and put their bikes away as temperatures start to drop. Experienced riders know that mild to cool weather is one of the best times to lay down some miles with the help of modern thermal base layers. AXIAL’s Block jackets and pants, available in men’s and women’s cuts, shut out the chill with Freeze-Out windproof membranes and 3D honeycomb fleece. The sleeves can be removed so you can use the jacket as a vest as temps fluctuate. Other must-have features include stretch panels, flat-lock stitching, and plenty of length at the sleeves and legs for improved comfort.

Hotwired 12V Heated Jacket and Glove Liners




When base layers just aren’t enough, give your cold-weather warrior some heated liners to ride year-round. Hotwired liners fit most jackets, pants, and glovesfor active heating while riding, so the motorcyclist in your life can use these liners with existing riding gear. The 12V series is powered by a simple harness that connects to the motorcycle’s battery. Installation couldn’t be easier. Once connected, plug the liners into the harness, and carbon fiber heating elements deliver warmth from inside the nylon liner shell. Use the integrated “soft touch” temperature controller to adjust between three temperature settings. Heated gearis truly a game-changer for those who ride year-round.

Note: Hotwired glove liners must be plugged into the integrated connectors on the Hotwired jacket liner to function. A Y-splitter cable, sold separately, is needed to connect the pants liners to the jacket.


Trackside Optima Gear Bag



Does your favorite rider travel often for events? Or are you tired of tripping over piles of gear in their garage? The Trackside Optima Gear Bag is perfect for transporting and storing all the essentials for riding. Rugged 1200D ballistic nylon makes up the main construction, with YKK zippers and large webbing handles. There’s even a detachable shoulder strap for easy transport. At 30 inches long, 16 inches wide, and 16 inches tall, the Optima is just the right size for organizing a full set of protective equipment.


Ray Toys Figurines


We haven’t met a rider who wouldn’t want a detailed model of their favorite motorcycle. Ray Toys makes some of the most realistic miniatures in the business, and they cover many of today’s popular machines, like the Yamaha YZF-R1, the Kawasaki ZX-14, the Honda Gold Wing, and a handful of famous racebikes. Ray Toys figurines start at $10 and appeal to current and future riders alike. Also, these little bikes have huge gag gift potential. “Here, I bought you a motorcycle…”

STACYC Electric Balance Bike


Want to be the ultimate gift giver this holiday season? The Stacyc electric stability cycle is the gift of the year for the kid on your list.

These bikes are the perfect introduction to riding on two wheels with their rechargeable 20V batteries and adjustable power settings. Young riders can progressively learn essential skills like balancing, braking, and twisting the throttle for a big smile! There’s a 12-inch version for $650 (recommended for riders ages 3-5) and a 16-inch option at $850 (recommended for ages 5-7). The high-quality batteries are good for approximately 30-60 minutes of run time, with 45-60 minutes of charge time.

STACYC bikes are finely constructed with TIG-welded aluminum frames, composite wheels, safety-enclosed chain drives, and kid-friendly footrests. There’s no better way to introduce a youngster to riding.


Stockton Compact Tool Kit



Because we can't count on our motorcycles to break down or require mechanical attention only when they're conveniently parked in the garage, it's smart to carry some tools with us on the road. The easy way to assemble and carry the basic tools you might need is with a Stockton Compact Tool Kit. It includes not only the most commonly needed tools, but also some replacement and repair items, like spare fuses and electrical tape, so this is a gift that could save someone from being stuck on the side of the road. All the tools and other items are organized in a tool roll that takes up minimal space.

Common Tread Journal


Want to give entertaining, inspirational stories from all disciplines of motorcycling? The Common Tread Journal is a print magazine experience for motorcycle enthusiasts from all walks of life. This beautiful magazine is packed from cover to cover with stories from an industry-best list of contributors. Stories in the current issue include reviews, skills, history, opinion, road trips, and more. It’s a keepsake collection of stories that you won’t find anywhere else.

CT Journal is included as part of our RPM Loyalty Program which includes a lot of other great benefits like Rever Pro, two-day guaranteed shipping, and special discounts on select products. But you can also buy the magazine outside of RPM. We’re going to go out on a limb and say that this is going to be the best stocking stuffer of the year.

That’s a wrap for our 2021 holiday gift guide. No matter how your favorite motorcyclist rides, we’re confident that our selection of gifts will bring joy to their ride. Questions about any of these gifts? Reach out to our customer service experts for additional guidance with any of our holiday picks.

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