Dirt Bike Gift Ideas
Helmets, jerseys, gloves, and goggles all make good dirt bike gifts but in addition to sizing questions, riding gear, like most clothing, is a personal choice and the gear we suggest may not work for the gift recipient, so this list doesn't include any clothng or riding apparel. Instead, we've compiled a list of dirt bike gift ideas that might be slightly outside the norm when it comes to dirt bike gifts. You can also check our Gear Bag page for other gift ideas such as motocross boots, loading ramps, hitch haulers, and tie-down straps.
Prices always change on the Internet but the price categories were accurate when this list was compiled, and the prices are listed from lower price at the top of the page to higher price at the bottom. All product links go to Amazon as it would be impractical to include links to the many Internet e-tailers. Don't forget to check shipping and return policies at the various e-tailers before buying. And now, here are a dozen or so of our dirt bike gift ideas . . .
1) A subscription to Dirt Bike magazine is inexpensive and each issue is full of dirt bike news, how-to's, race results, and more. Plus, he'll be reminded of you every month when a new issue arrives.
2) Dirt bikes are heavy and fairly cumbersome so swinging them onto a stand can be difficult, especially for the vertically challenged folks, or those not as young as they used to be. The BikeMaster Easy-Lift Stand makes the task much easier and safer.
3) A gift card may not be very sexy, but if you're not sure of size, weight, or whether you need to buy metric or standard tools, a Visa gift card has you covered, and comes in a wide range of dollar amounts.
4) A Coleman RoadTrip portable grill is the perfect size for grilling delicious burgers in the parking lot when taking a break from riding motos, and the grill is foldable so won't take up a huge amount of space.
5) Pressure washers are a great tool for cleaning dirt bikes, decks, siding, and driveways. The Sun Joe SPX3000 electric pressure washer can handle them all without breaking the bank.
6) He's going to get old sooner than he thinks, and a Gopro Hero7 Black helmet cam will record those glory-day memories before it's too late. Plus, he can prove to the grandkids that he actually did ride a dirt bike back in the day, and wasn't a half-bad rider either.
7) The Garmin fēnix® 5 Plus GPS smartwatch features topo maps with satellite network capability for improved tracking in the remote locations where most trail and dual-sport riders travel. And it offers music, which makes being temporarily lost and alone in the wilderness so much more bearable.
8) Riding dirt bikes is physically demanding so a Schwinn AD6 Airdyne exercise bike paired with a Bowflex Xtreme2 home gym will keep your rider in shape during the off season, and help prevent injuries once the MX season begins.
9) The Marc Pro Plus muscle stimulator is great for weekend warriors who keep forgetting (or simply won't accept) that they're not 18 years old anymore.
10) No safe place to store the dirt bikes nor a dry place to work on them? How about a garage? Yep, you can buy a prefabricated 12' x 26' Duramax metal garage on Amazon. Who knew?
Don't forget the less tangible gift ideas such as coupon books/passes for the local car wash to clean all the moto-mud off the truck, bikes, and gear. If you have a dirt bike dealer nearby, look into a gift certificate for a top-to-bottom dirt bike servicing. What about a massage session for those sore moto muscles? A trip to an offroad facility like Carolina Adventure World in SC or the Hatfield McCoy Trails in WV, or maybe a dirt bike riding school like Gary Semics MX in OH or FL, a week of Enduro school at the Trials Training Center in TN, or a class with Steve Hatch of Steve Hatch Racing in Upstate NY would always be appreciated. And finally, there's always the ultimate dirt bike gift - a new dirt bike!
That wraps up our Dirt Bike Gift Ideas list, and we'll update the list throughout the year when other new or interesting products pop up on the radar.