This is the ultimate motorcycle gift guide for every motorcycle-loving guy or gal on your holiday shopping list.

This is the ultimate, one-stop shop for every motorcycle-loving guy or gal on your holiday shopping list. From apparel and tech gear, to bike accessories and more, we’ve got you covered. We’ve included only the coolest items across a wide range of price points and each are guaranteed to be a slam dunk, home run, and touchdown rolled into one. Welcome to our motorcycle gift guide.

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

SUUNTO Core Aluminum Watch

The Suunto Core Aluminum watch is at home on the trail or paired with a favorite outfit for a night out. It has one of the most accurate altimeters and barometers found in any watch, and it can track overall ascent when out on the trails. Plus, it looks mighty fine in the process. Price: $349

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Chrome BLCKCHRM Bravo

Some people are watch people, others are shoe people, but here at RideApart our accessory of choice is a good bag. There are different bags for different occasions, and this BLCKCHRM Bravo fills that “understated yet super stylish” hole in our lives and will do the same for most other motorcyclists. Price: $220

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

SOG Mini Aegis Knife

The SOG Mini Aegis has been a daily carry for many on staff for the past two years. It’s small enough that we often forget it’s in our pocket, big enough that it can handle pretty much any job, and is finished beautifully. The SOG Assisted Technology makes opening one-handed a cinch, which actually comes in handy more often than you’d think. Price: $51.52

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Leatherman New Wave Multi-Tool

The Wirecutter, purveyors of all things awesome, say the Leatherman New Wave is the cat’s meow when it comes to multi-tools. Our new intern Curtis says he’s carried the previous model daily for the past three years and swears by it. Price: $59.56

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Ducati Panigale 1199 Model

Does someone on your gift list own a Panigale? With this on their desk at work it will be there to remind them and everyone they work with that they have one of the most amazing motorcycles sitting outside in the parking lot. It will also become a collector’s item. Price: $11.95

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Deus Ex Machina T-Shirts

Deus makes the kind of motorcycle inspired t-shirts motorcyclists actually wear. They’re made from blanks that actually fit the healthy human body, from material that you’d actually want to have touching your skin. The designs are nice too. Pick some up for yourself, a friend, or the man in your life. These are guaranteed to please. Price: $49.95-$59.95

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

See See Beanie

Everyone’s favorite motorcycle shop makes some of the coolest beanies in town. $16 is cheap for something that will keep a noggin warm while showing support for one of the coolest groups of guys we know. Price: $16

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Ruby Munich 90 Collection Helmets

While we find all motorcycle gear cool, nothing screams “display me on a pedestal for all to see” like a Ruby helmet. Sure, they fit a bit funny and they cost way too much, but oh the beauty. This special line ups the ante tremendously and we’d probably pull the flat screen off the wall to put the “R80 GS” edition in its place. If you have the cash, this collector’s item is well worth its premium price tag. Price: $980-$1450

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Ducati Urban Leather Jacket

We love Ducati quality, but it’s the over-branding that sometimes throws us off. The Ducati Urban Leather jacket has less branding than most jackets by Dainese or Alpinestars, while retaining Ducati’s high-quality. At $569, it isn’t more expensive than those name brands either, which means if you’re intended gift is for someone riding around on a Sport, GT 1000 or a Monster, this is the jacket for them. Price: $569

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Aerostich Roadcrafter One Piece Suit

A Roadcrafter one-piece suit is one of the best pieces of gear you could ever own or give as a gift. Whether it is worn over a shirt and tie to work, or touring through terrible weather, or even on an off-road adventure; it’s always the perfect item for the job. Waterproof, weatherproof, and about as close to crash proof as gear has evolved, it’s a bucket list item for any motorcyclists gear closet. Price: $747-$997

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Ducati Performance Undershirt

Performance undershirts make everything better (I'm actually wearing one now as I write this). The compression increases bloodflow, the material wicks sweat away, and they create a nice layer between your skin and motorcycle leathers. They also make putting on a leather jacket easier as your skin doesn’t stick to the inside and you don’t have to un-bunched your shirt under the arms every time you put it on. We wear them anytime we’re off-road, on the track, or in the canyons. If we were Ducati owners, this is the one we’d be wearing. Price: $79

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Kriega Spare Straps

If the motorcyclist on your list already uses the Kriega system, they’ll be sure to appreciate some extra straps. Straps are like socks in that we always find a way to come home with one or two less than we left with, so a bag of spares always comes in handy. Price: $5-$35

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Aerostich Competition Silk Scarf

Ok, so suggesting a silk scarf may not seem very manly but the Aerostich Silk scarf will keep a motorcyclists neck warm in the coldest of temperatures, and can be wet down to help keep them cool when it’s hot out. Get it in white and it will develop a nice coloring with use, displaying the extent of their adventures over time. Price: $32

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Xena XX15 Disc Lock

The need to keep your bike safe when you aren’t on it and the usefulness of a disc lock is paramount. The Xena XX15 is the latest and greatest, allowing motorcyclists to attach it to either the disc or to a chain. They’ve upgraded the sensors so it can do a better job discerning between thief and gust of wind too. Price: $81.43

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Kriega R20 Motorcycle Backpack

Kriega makes the best motorcycle-specific backpacks, period. The R20 is probably the best introduction to the Kriega system; you get all the benefit from the Quadloc harness system and can add US-5 or US-10 waterproof packs, while it’s also small enough for day-to-day use. The fact that it’s $60 less than the R25 and $100 less than the R30 doesn’t hurt either, but we have to warn you that once a motorcyclist starts, it’s hard to stop with just one piece from the Kriega collection. Price: $129

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Howard Leight Max Lite Ear Plugs (200 pk)

We ride with ear Howard Leight Max lite ear plugs every single day. One set usually lasts about a week, which means this huge box lasts well over a year. The sound inside a helmet reaches up into the 90-100 decibel range on most helmets and, even though motorcyclists get used to it, they shouldn’t. These ear plugs are comfortable for hours and do a brilliant job at keeping the roar of the road dull while not blocking out sounds motorcyclists need to hear. Price: $22.12

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Butler Maps

Butler Maps were created for motorcyclists, by motorcyclists, to help them find the best roads and stops on any adventure. They’re the ultimate resource for finding the best café, best camping spot, or best windy road along any path. All riders will love finding these in their stocking. Price: $14.95-$209

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Kriega Dry Packs

The uses for Kriega Dry packs are literally endless. We fill a US-10 with a tire patch kit, fix-a-flat, protein bars, and a first aid kit anytime we go sport riding or with tools and a spare tube when off-road. We use them for gear on adventure rides or clothes on long touring rides, we’ve even used them to hold a sleeping bag when we go camping. You can strap them to your bike, or to a Kriega backpack, making them useful for any setting. Price: $49-$445

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

iPad Mini Retina

Tablets are incredibly useful, even to manly motorcyclists. Whether they take it with them touring to use the map and Yelp features, take it camping so they can read when parked for the night, or just use it to read the latest articles on RideApart; these are super handy to have. Price: Starts at $399

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Sony NEX-3N

So much about motorcycling is visual that we always find ourselves stopping to try and capture the moment through photography. The cameras on phones are getting better but if you’re going to create truly amazing pictures, the kind you could blow up and put on your wall or have framed, you need a real camera. The Sony NEX-3N is the perfect step between those crummy little point and shoots and a real DSLR. It has many of the same components as cameras that are twice as expensive. Price: $399.99

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Sony NEX-6

Looking for a nicer camera than the one above? The Sony NEX-6 was rated the best camera under $1,000 by our friends at www.TheWirecutter.com. Price: $798

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Satechi Energy Station 1000

If you’ve been reading for longer than a week or two, you know our love of adventure. A battery pack means a motorcyclist can listen to tunes or audiobooks on the ride out, knowing they’ll be able to recharge their phone, camera, or Bluetooth headset for photos and more during their adventures or for the ride home. The Satechi is cheaper than the Mophie Powerstation we own, while also having a 40% larger capacity. Price: $57.95

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Accell Travel Surge Protector

This may seem like overkill but, when we travel, we usually have a host of electronics that need powering. Many motel and hotel rooms have surprisingly scarce outlets, and this Accell Travel Surge Protector is a cheap and small fix. It turns one outlet into three, with two additional USB outlets. Price: $15.99

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Ultimate Ears BOOM Wireless Bluetooth Speaker

Is the motorcyclist on your list wishing they could take some jams to improve their #campvibes or a beach day? Or maybe they just want to have some music out back while in the garage when wrenching on their bike? Either way, The Ultimate Ears BOOM Wireless Bluetooth Speakers sound amazing, are water resistant, and will play music from a cell phone even if it’s up to 50 feet away. Want stereo sound? Buy two. Price: $179.99

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

GoPro HERO3+: Black Edition

The GoPro Hero3+ Black Edition is the best action sports camera in the Universe. It has 33% better image stabilization and sharpness over the previous models, built in wifi for use with the wifi remote, a 30% longer lasting battery, and “Super View” mode to make sure all of the adventure makes it into the shot. Price: $399.99

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Icon Women's Flagrant T-Shirt

This basic ICON t-shirt is perfect for female enthusiasts. Made from 100% cotton with a foil print graphic of the ICON logo, its stylish design its sure to please. Price: $25.00

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Alpinestars 8th Wonder Long Sleeve T-Shirt

Does the motorcyclist in your life like to play in the dirt and also needs something comfy for around the house? Or how about something for wearing under their jersey for a day off-road fun? This 100% cotton Alpinestars long sleeve shirt is perfect for both. Price: $27.95

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Ducati Corse Kids Short Sleeve T-Shirt

Want to make sure your youngster doesn’t end up on a Honda or Aprilia? Start him or her off early with this Ducati t-shirt and make sure they choose their allegiances early. Price: $33.15

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Aether Logo T

The Aether Logo T is the easiest and cheapest way into the Aether club. It is also a sure way to let any fellow motorcyclists know the wearer loves adventure and the techiest of tech when it comes to motorcycle gear. In true Aether fashion, this t-shirt is made from 100% Suprima cotton jersey and feels incredibly soft. Price: $40

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Alpinestars Rumble Hoodie

The Alpinestars Rumble Hoodie will keep even the most hardcore riders warm for those cold mornings out on the track or those evenings once they’ve pulled their dirt gear off after a day on the trail. Price: $75

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Dainese After Hoodie

The Dainese After Hoodie is as simple as it gets. This pullover hoodie will keep any motorcycle-riding friend cozy while letting everyone know they wear the best of the best. Price: $69.95

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

VonZipper Booker Sunglasses

Motorcyclists use tinted visors to shield their eyes while riding, so why not shield their eyes when they’re not? The Booker sunglasses look great and come in a variety of styles. Price: $100

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Hydroflask 64oz. Beer Growler

Alcohol and motorcycles don’t mix. Alcohol and motorcycle trips, on the other hand, mix quite nicely. The Hydroflask can keep 64 ounces of beer cold for up to 24 hours, which is plenty of time for someone to ride to the most remote place they can find and set up their gear before cracking it open. Price: $49.99

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Aether Space Hoodie

Every person we know who owns one of these swears it’s the best thing they’ve ever had. It’ll keep a motorcyclist warm when needed, will pack down tiny when stowed, and will look cool in pretty much any setting. The Space Hoodie was Aether’s pioneer products and most anything from their brand will be gladly received. Price: $265

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Therm-A-Rest Compressible Pillow

It packs down to the size of a burrito, but fluffs up plenty large to make a traveling motorcyclist forget they’re sleeping on the ground. One of the best purchases we’ve made this year. Price: $12.98-$83.02

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Eagles Nest Outfitter SingleNest Hammock

Camping hammocks can take the place of a camping chair or tent, depending on how far you want to take it, and they pack far smaller than either. The Eagles Nest Outfitters Singlenest is super easy to set up, is decent quality (how much abuse does a hammock really need to take), and is perfect for those afternoon naps in the woods. Price: $54.95

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Alite Designs Monarch Chair

One of our favorite parts about camping is sitting around the fire at night, sharing stories from the day or planning the next days adventures. Most camping chairs are both uncomfortable and large, which makes bringing them prohibitive on a motorcycle. The Alite packs down super small as it only has two points of contact with the ground, requiring the sitter to use their own legs to balance it (which also helps give it its nice relaxed seating position). Price: $53.98

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Jetboil Flash Personal Cooking System

The Jetboil Flash Personal Cooking System is a favorite piece of camping equipment to all who own it. On a recent trip to Yosemite we cooked sausages over the flame of the jetboil for breakfast, cooked beans inside of it for dinner, and then used the Jetboil to heat water to wash the dishes. The gas cartridges and frame all pack nicely into the canister as well, making it easy to transport. Price: $72.46

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Poler Wunder Bundler

The Poler Wunder Bundler is aptly named, as it serves a wide variety of purposes. Need to keep drinks cold or a burrito warm? What about a reflector to help attract attention in an emergency? What about a mat to change your shoes on after surfing? The Wundler Bundler does the job for all of the above for less than a night at the movies. Price: $25

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

4Sevens Quark QP2A Flashlight

We never leave for any kind of trip without a good knife and a flashlight. 4Sevens make incredibly high-quality lights, and the Quark QP2A is one of the most powerful flashlights they offer that’s powered by AA batteries (fancy flashlights use fancy batteries). The QP2A, on its highest setting produces 280 lumens and will last for almost an hour. On it’s lowest setting, 0.3 lumens (for things like reading) it will last up to 15 days. For $58, its all the flashlight you could ever need. Price: $58

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2013 Holiday Shopping Guide – For Motorcycle Enthusiasts

See See Motorcycle Camp Kit

A See See beanie, Coffin tool roll, wool blanket with a Coffin blanket roll belt, and Poler one-man tent all rolled up into one nice bundle. If you’re shopping for a tent as a gift, this is an awesome deal, and it includes some incredibly nice components. Price: $350

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