Eight Christmas ideas for the motorcyclist in your life

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While many of us will be struggling to think of the perfect gift for a loved one, there is no such problem when buying for a motorcycle rider.

Here we look at some of the best stocking stuffers and main gifts you could buy for the motorcyclist in your life.

  • Increase protection from the elements and add a bit of extra style to the latest KTM 1290 Super Adventure with this 4mm thick cast acrylic screen.

The screen is 12cm taller than stock and is available in clear, light or dark tints. Fitting is just a simple bolt-on job.

Available from www.skidmarx.co.uk for £99.95.

  • Tis the season to stay warm and Furygan are offering heated gloves with Kevlar technology.

The Heat x Kevlar gloves feature a unique heating system developed with Kevlar engineers, which can be controlled via the dedicated MyFury app.

Available at www.furygan.com for £279.99.

  • Designed with the serious adventure rider in mind, the Oxford Rockland Jacket is a modular system with removable waterproof and thermal liners.

AA certified with Level 1 shoulder and elbow armour, the jacket features foldaway panels for ventilation and a zip for matching pants (£199.99).

The jacket is available in three different colours. Available at www.oxfordriderwear.com for £249.99.

  • It wouldn’t be Christmas if someone didn’t get socks, but what better to unwrap than a pair of these Vanucci Seamless Pros.

Seamless construction with padded heel, shin and toe areas allows moisture-wicking for long distance comfort.

Available from www.louis-moto.co.uk for£14.64 during their sale.

  • S&S Performance have released a muscular looking slip-on for the Harley-Davidson Nightster model.

The Grand National is a 4.5in diameter, straight-through pipe that precisely fits with the existing downpipes and features a removable decibel reducer for that all-important noise, and a gloss black end cap.

Made in the USA, the slip-on is available in the UK for £435 at HD dealerships.

  • Suzuki have released a range of retro team clothing with designs inspired by their iconic race bikes and legacy liveries from RGs and GSX-Rs.

Using the blue and white synonymous with the brand, the clothing carries sponsor logos from Suzuki’s vintage parts programme, Motul, and Ecstar.

The collection features a soft-shell jacket, fleece, gilet and more. It’s available at Suzuki dealers.

  • Roland Sands Design (RSD) and Kriega have teamed up to produce the ROAM range of luggage options.

Using RSD’s heavy duty waxed cotton in combination with Kriega’s technical know-how the range includes 22-30L backpacks with waterproof laptop pockets, handlebar bags, tool rolls and a phone holder.

All products come with a 10-year guarantee and are available from www.kriega.com

  • Harley-Davidson have teamed up with German leather experts Held to offer a range of gloves and jackets.

Two sets of gloves and three jackets, one for female riders, have been released and feature traditional cow leather as well as kangaroo hide.

Prices range from £95 for the gloves to £418 for the leather jackets. Textile options are also available in-dealerships.