Biker gift ideas for Father’s Day

Published: June 14, 2016

Looking for the perfect Father’s Day gift for your biker dad? Look no further…


MotoGP Mug Tower of Champions
Price: £5.99

If your Dad is a big fan of tea and MotoGP then you can’t go wrong with this fantastic mug. It features all of the current MotoGP winner, so let him kick back and relax this Sunday whilst he catches up the race highlights with his brand new mug!

TT Stickers

Isle of Man TT 2016 Stickers
Prices from £2.50

Is your old man a big fan of the Isle of Man TT? Why not buy him a selection of Isle of Man TT 2016 stickers that he can transfer onto his motorcycle and show them off with pride.

Sticker designs include the Three Leg Logo, TT Flags and the Mountain Course. A brilliant gift for any TT fan.

BSA t shirt

BSA Motorcycle Vintage Art T Shirt 
Price: £18.40 

If it’s classic motorcycles that your Father loves then this BSA t shirt is a must have this Father’s Day!

The t shirt comes in a range of colours including black, white, grey and blue, and sizing ranging from 2 to 3XL .

A truly British design for one of the greatest motorcycles on the block.

Muc Off Bundle

Clean & Protect Muc Off Bundle
Price: £20 

Does your Dad spend more time tinkering around with his bike than he does riding it? Why not give him one of the great Muc Off bundles!

The Clean and Protect Bundle included Nano Tech Motorcycle Cleaner, Motorcycle Bio Degreaser and MO-94 which work as the perfect trio to leave your bike looking like it’s just left the showroom floor again.

Oulton Park BSB photo credit Mark Walker on flickr

British Superbike Championship Tickets
Price: Weekend tickets from £37.00 

Looking for a weekend of motorcycle fun? Book tickets for one of the British Superbike rounds now!

It’s only half way through the race calendar for this years BSB so there’s plenty of time to book tickets for a 1 day or whole weekend visit. Take a walk around the paddock and meet some famous faces.

We hope you found our gift ideas for Father’s Day helpful, and don’t forget it’s on Sunday 19th June!

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