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The Visordown ultimate Father’s Day gift guide | Motorcycle Gifts

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FOR many motorcyclists, a father, mother, or family member is the reason we got into the world of motorcycles. For me, it was my dad and his BSA B40, my two uncles and their collection of classic Brit’ bikes, and my two older cousins and their love of sports bikes that lit the fire in me.

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And when it comes to gifts at any time of year, there’s nothing better than receiving something motorcycle related, be it something that’s useful, or simply for the hell of it!

Here’s our pick of the best Father’s Day Gift ideas, from money no object, under £100, under £50, and under £20.

Best money no object motorcycling Father’s Day gifts

Yamaha Track Experience

With tuition from some of the fastest riders on two wheels, the Yamaha Track Experience is one of the best ways to improve overall riding techniques. Based at some of the UK’s most prestigious tracks, the YTE uses a fully prepped fleet of R1Ms, R6s, the MT hyper naked range, and even the ground-breaking Niken! With track riding gear provided on the day, it really is the ultimate arrive and ride experience.

For more information, head to: www.yamaha-track-experience.co.uk

Focused Road Adventures Euro Tour

You may be familiar with Focused Events for the firm’s trackday organisation skills, what you may not already know is that they run Euro tours from Almeria and Cartagena. It’s an end-to-end solution, with bike transport, guides, and accommodation all included.

Four days of riding will include five nights’ accommodation at the Hotel Punta Del Cantal, with breakfast included. Prices start from £699 and include bike and luggage transport, route advice, free hotel parking, and bike washing facilities, and mechanical and tyre support if needed.

For more information, head to: feroadadventures.com

Best motorcycle-related Father’s Day gifts under £100

Cool Covers motorcycle seat covers

Don’t get me wrong, we’d all take a sunny day on the bike over a wet and windy one if given the choice. But even riding through the hottest sunny days can turn into an uncomfortable experience, and a sweaty backside is a one-way ticket to an uncomfortable day on the bike.

That’s where Cool Covers come in. They feature an innovative 3D design that effectively lifts the rider off the seat and allows cooling air to pass between them and the motorcycle. This cooling breeze is enough to keep you feeling fresh and comfortable.

Click here for more information: www.coolcovers.co.uk

Custom motorcycle artwork from the Respoke Collection

Now, this is seriously cool stuff! Photos are great, but custom artwork is greater-er! The good folk at the Respoke Collection will take any image of your bike – whether you are riding it or not – then create a custom image from the photo.

Once that is done it’s up to you if you have it printed on poster paper, have it framed, or printed on a cool canvas ready to hang in the man-cave.

The best part is the whole process is really easy, with you uploading your image directly onto the Respoke Collection website, selecting your print type and size, pay your dosh and off you go, your print will be before you know it.

Prices for motorcycle prints start at $60, making the images cost-effective and cool looking!

For more information head to: respokecollection.com

Best motorcycle-related Father’s Day gifts £50 and under

RST Rucksack

I’ve been using this RST rucksack for about six months now, and it’s my first choice piece of kit for carrying my clobber, be it a 1,000-mile trip to a press launch, or a photo shoot in the UK. The interior is cavernous, with over 40l of storage space, multiple inner and out pockets, a padded laptop or tablet section, and mesh outer pockets for easy access.

Click here for more information: www.rst-moto.com

Oxford Rainex Deluxe Rain & Dust Cover

Keeping your bike clean and away from prying eyes are two tasks at the top of every rider’s to-do list. The cover comes in four sizes ranging from scooters and lightweights, right the way up to extra-large items for cruisers and adventure machines. The heat resistant material even has strategically positioned holes for a chain.

Click here to buy: www.sportsbikeshop.co.uk

RST Casual T-shirt

As you may have seen from our YouTube reviews, I’m rather keen on my RST Race Dept T-shirt. It’s very good quality, extremely comfortable and looks great. A little too nice to wear under leathers on a hot, I prefer to save this t-shirt for later in the evening – generally when I’m sat at a bar!

Click here for more information: www.rst-moto.com

Best motorcycle-related Father’s Day gifts £20 and under

Official Triumph Motorcycles Union Jack Neck Tube

Neck tubes have been thrust into the mainstream thanks to the global pandemic, and the once niche piece of kit used by bikers the world over is now a must have accessory for those that want a more stylish option than a mask.

Click here to buy: www.triumphmotorcycles.co.uk

Motul MC Care Helmet and Visor Cleaner

Nobody likes a smelly helmet, and with summer looking like it’s here, keeping your kit and clean and fresh is an ongoing job. To keep the exterior of your helmet and the visor clean and free of bugs, you need Motul MC Care Helmet and Visor Cleaner.

The bottle contains 250ml of neutral, non-aggressive cleaning solution, and the handy trigger means you’ll always get the right amount of solution when for the job.

Click here to find your nearest dealer: www.motul.com

Haynes Manual

Whatever the bike they ride, there is sure to be a Haynes workshop manual that will provide everything a home mechanic will need to know about it. And it’s not just workshop manuals they cover, they have bluffer’s guides, buyers’ guides, the hilarious Haynes Explains series and so much more.

Click here to find out more: haynes.com

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