For those with a loved one who can’t get enough of adventuring on their motorbike, it can be tricky to find the right present when birthdays and holidays roll around. Many bike enthusiasts are particular about the things they use for their bikes, so buying bike tools or equipment can be a challenge. Fortunately, there are plenty of accessories that can be ideal for anyone with a bike lover to buy for.
You should do your research when buying biking accessories or other equipment and ensure that you invest in the highest possible quality. When possible, it is always best to ask your giftee to ensure that the item you’re getting them is one they will use and that they don’t already have.
Biking helmets can vary significantly in price, all the way into the thousands of pounds.
If you want to buy a bigger gift for your loved one this year, a new helmet is definitely the option to choose. This is one gift that is better to buy with the input of the giftee, as they may have particular needs and requirements for their helmet.
Earplugs might not be the first gift you think of when buying for a motorcycling enthusiast, but they can have excellent benefits. Motorbikes can be loud and, over time, may affect a biker’s hearing. Earplugs can help protect their ears from loud background noises while allowing them to hear anything that might impact their safety on the roads or track.
Private Number Plate
A private number plate is an excellent option for any biker who loves personalising their bike. They can be pricey depending on the message they want for their plate, with some numbers being more sought after than others. A great option could be a number plate that spells out a name or nickname of your giftee. To find out more about buying a private number plate, take a look at this great information from the experts at Regtransfers.
A bike cover is always a useful accessory for bikers, particularly ones that spend a lot of time away from home. You can find bike covers that protect a bike from all types of weather, from the hottest summers to the coldest winters. You could consider looking for a compact but effective bike cover that your giftee can take with them wherever they go.
If your giftee is a big fan of bike races, then there’s no better gift than buying their entry to a race in the coming months. You should ensure you know their abilities well and enter them into a race that will provide them with enough of a challenge without being beyond their skill set.
Giving your giftee the ability to record their cycling adventures can be an excellent option for a special birthday or Christmas present. GoPros are some of the most popular body-worn camera options and come in various styles and specifications.
You should ensure you choose one that will be suited to the terrain and stress levels it is likely to face and one that will not hinder your giftee’s ability to operate their motorbike.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Olivia Poglianich is a nomadic brand strategist and copywriter in the motorcycling and adventure space who has worked with brands such as Visa, Disney and Grey Goose. Her writing has taken her all over the world, from a Serbian music festival to a Malaysian art and culture event. Olivia is a graduate of Cornell University and is often writing or reading about travel, hospitality, the start-up ecosystem or career coaching. Her latest interests are at the intersection of web3 and communal living, both on and offline.