Hobbies Cars & Motorcycles 10 Great Motorcycle Gifts Under $25 Cheap ways to make a motorcyclist happy this holiday season Share PINTEREST Email Print Cars & Motorcycles Motorcycles Restoration & Repairs Motorcycle History Buying & Selling Cars Used Cars SUVs Trucks ATVs & Off Road Public Transportation By Basem Wasef Basem Wasef is the author of "Legendary Motorcycles" and "Legendary Race Cars." His work has appeared in Autoblog, Men's Journal, Robb Report, and Wired. our editorial process Basem Wasef Updated April 26, 2017 Looking for affordable ways to satisfy a motorcyclist this holiday season? From gift certificates and calendars to balaclavas, here are 10 gift ideas that won't break the bank! 01 of 10 Yamaha Motorcycle Cutouts – Free (plus labor, of course!) Photo © Basem Wasef Some of the best things in life are free, like Yamaha's DIY motorcycle cutouts. Simply go to Yamaha's website, download and print one of their templates, and set aside some cut and paste time. Ten bike options include the VMAX and the YZ450M, and as the recipient of the M1 model seen here, I can certainly vouch for this gift's cool factor. 02 of 10 Mack's Ear Seals - $3.49 Photo © Mack's Earplugs aren't the first things you think of when it comes to safety gear, but years of exposure to wind noise can lead to hearing damage, and a deaf motorcyclist is definitely not a safe motorcyclist. Mack's Ear Seals block out 27 decibels of sound, and utilize a removable neck cord that keeps them from getting lost. 03 of 10 Triumph Key Chain - $7.99 Photo © Triumph If you like Bonnies as much as we do, you'll appreciate Triumph's rubberized rendition of their famous Bonneville that fits on a keychain. Not a Triumph owner? You can always attach your car keys to this bad boy, and call it a day. 04 of 10 2011 Legendary Motorcycles Calendar - $13.99 A picture of the Legendary Motorycles 2011 Calendar. Photo © MBI This 2011 Legendary Motorcycles calendar features twelve motorcycles from the Legendary Motorcycles coffee table book, which was written by yours truly. From Steve McQueen's Indian Scout to Mike Hailwood's Ducati bike, this calendar is like an ultra-condensed version of the book. 05 of 10 Bike EXIF Calendar - $14.95 Bike EXIF's motorcycle calendar makes an affordable holiday gift for motorcycle enthusiasts. Photo © Bike EXIF If you like Bike EXIF's online compendium of lust-worthy motorcycles, you'll love this calendar. Featuring custom iterations from mainstream manufacturers as well as custom shops like Deus, Wrenchmonkees, and Ritmo Sereno. 06 of 10 Ultraflate Tire Inflator - $15.00 Photo © Aerostich If you've ever had a flat or suffered from low tire pressure far from civilization, you'll appreciate the benefits of CO2 cartridges. This inflator accepts threaded and unthreaded cartridges and has a lever to modulate fill speed. One 16g cartridge is included. 07 of 10 Forearm Map Case - $15.00 Photo © Aerostich Think of AeroStich's sleeve window as a poor man's GPS; just slide your old school paper map in the pocket and hold up your arm at each turn. With tried and true technology like this, who needs a satellite-based navigation system? 08 of 10 Clear Shot Lens Cleaner Kit - $19.99 Dirty windscreens and helmet visors are a drag, and this all-in-one cleaning kit includes cleaning fluid and two microfiber cloths—one for larger particles like bugs, and another for finer surface polishing—in a handy plastic carrying case. Photo © Clear Shot Dirty windscreens and helmet visors are a drag, and this all-in-one cleaning kit includes cleaning fluid and two microfiber cloths—one for larger particles like bugs, and another for finer surface polishing—in a handy plastic carrying case. 09 of 10 Alpinestars Balaclava - $24.95 Photo © Alpinestars One of our ten tricks to staying warm on a motorcycle is to wear a balaclava, and this open-faced piece from Alpinestars will go a long way towards keeping you nice and toasty when temperatures drop. 10 of 10 Harley-Davidson Gift Card - $25.00 (Starting price) Harley Davidson's gift cards can be ordered for as little as $25, and as much as $500. Photo © Harley-Davidson Don’t know what to get your favorite Harley fan? Starting at $25 and going all the way up to $500, Harley-Davidson's gift cards have no expiration date and can be used at any H-D retail locations. The card carrier can be personalized with a message, and they can be shipped from Harley's website.