The truth is that not all of us are into off-road motorcycle racing, but we all have that one person in our life who is a passionate motocross rider. If you have often been wondering what would be a perfect gift for a dirt biking enthusiast, we have rounded up a list of suggestions that will make your Christmas shopping, or any other similar occasion, a walk in the park.
This might very well be the gift that will make any rider literally jump for joy. Bikers thoroughly enjoy recording their rides. They will either replay the highlights trying to evoke that massive adrenaline rush, share their adventures with the world or use the videos to gain insight into areas that need improvement. On the minus side, this is certainly not the cheapest of presents, but we can’t think of a rider who wouldn’t be blown away by such a gift. Once the action cam is mounted – the sky is the limit.
If you have second thoughts whether a pair of new dirt bike gloves is the right choice, stop hesitating. Riders always need a new set of gloves, no matter whether they participate in Moto 2 and Moto 3 races or take to the trails where their gloves might easily get wet. When you begin a search for quality dirt bike accessories, you will come across a wide range to choose from. They come in all shapes and sizes, not to mention different designs and colors. Therefore, first of all, try to find out the name of the brand they currently use and then the exact size so that gloves would ideally fit. If he or she already has an old pair of gloves, the size is on the inside cuff.
In the beginning, dirt bike boots are not an item riders invest large sums of money in; they usually opt for cheaper pairs which cost up to $100. If you plan to spend two hundred dollars or more on a perfect gift, then one of the presents which will bring ultimate joy to a motocross rider is definitely a new pair of rider boots. No matter if you are shopping for a beloved person, cousin or a friend, you may think it’s a waste of money, but bear in mind that they play a much bigger role. Their main purpose is to protect joints and ankles, so go for high-quality boots. You won’t make a mistake if you opt for Alpinestars, Fox Racing, O’Neal, Gaerne, etc. Choosing adequate boots is much easier than purchasing other parts of clothing. A driver’s personal style and preferences do not play a crucial role in this case since they usually come in three basic colors – black, gray or white. All you need to do is find out the right size and you could hardly make the wrong choice.
The majority of motorcycle experts as well as many equipment manufacturers recommend a change of helmet every two to five years, depending on its quality. In reality, few riders follow this advice and change their helmets when they are either utterly worn out or broken. First, check out if the person you want to surprise uses one of the proven and respected brands, and then choose a helmet accordingly. If he or she is a speed lover, the helmet should be durable and aerodynamic, with solid eye protection. If they are dirt biking enthusiasts, it might be best to choose a helmet with a full face mask.
12-month motocross rider magazine subscription
It would also be a nice idea to surprise the person who means to you with an annual subscription to a magazine which covers their favorite topic. Not only will they think of you each month when a postman appears with a new edition, but they can also get a lot of useful information about the motorcycle world: from new bikes and gear, over the rumors surrounding famous riders, all the way to the tips on how to clean your bike boots without chasing them across the yard.
If you are still unsure of what to get, or you’ve left your gift buying duties until the very last minute, try a gift voucher for their favorite brand, or even an e-voucher that you can email directly to your recipient.
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