5 Motorcycle Father's Day Gifts That Won’t Break The Bank

Cycle World compiles a list of five items that motorcycle dads will enjoy for under $100.

Dads are always tough to shop for when Father's Day rolls around. Luckily, moto-dads are a bit easier as they can always use a new tool, some shiny bit, or some good entertainment. Here at Cycle World we've put together a list of five items that your motorcycle-riding pop will dig but won't drain your wallet.

Motion Pro Large Magnetic Parts Tray

Magnetic Parts Tray
Motion Pro Large Magnetic Parts TrayCourtesy of Motion Pro

Motion Pro's Large Magnetic Parts Tray will quickly become one of the most useful tools in dad's arsenal. A stainless steel stray measuring 5.5 by 9.5 inches is mounted to large and powerful magnets. Not only will the magnets keep any ferrous fasteners or parts in the tray, they also allow the tray to stay put either on a toolbox, metal fender, or steel frame. At 3/4 inch in depth it also stops aluminum, titanium, and plastic bits from wandering off as well. At just $14.95, this is a surefire winner.

Roland Sands Riverside Wallet

Riverside Wallet
Roland Sands Riverside WalletCourtesy of Roland Sands Design

Wallets have always been a go-to for a Father's Day gift because they are functional and personal. The Roland Sands Designs Riverside Wallet is a high-quality top-grain leather wallet with quilted stitching and RSD trim. The bill pocket and credit card slots are lined with durable waxed cotton. A braided leather cord is attached with a snap hook to allow for use on and off the bike. At $65, it's a deal for such a high-quality wallet that will last years in dad's pocket.

Universal Stainless Steel Cable Strap

Universal Stainless Steel Cable StrapCourtesy of Lock Strap

Lockstraps offers a full line of motorcycle tie-downs that feature a combination lock-equipped carabiner and an internal stainless steel cable to secure motorcycles, ATVs and gear. These are great for use in the bed of the pickup on a road trip, but what about when dad is on the road with his bike? Enter Lockstraps' Universal Stainless Steel Cable Strap. It can be used to lock the bike in place or lock items to the bike or both at the same time. At 24 feet long, it has plenty of length to connect more than one bike together. Just like the tie-downs, inside the double nylon webbing strap is a braided stainless steel cable to stop or at least significantly slow down thieves. It's also much lighter than a cable or chain and rolls up into a compact package, perfect for travelers.

Butler Maps

Maps for motorcyclists
Butler MapsCourtesy of Butler Maps

Butler Maps are high-quality maps made for motorcyclists. Waterproof and tear-proof, these maps highlight the best roads for motorcycles in a color-coded system ranging from epic to great along with some out-of-the-way and less traveled roads. Maps are available in single states or routes but also in bundles. Prices range from $14.95 for a single map to $299.70 for the Backcountry Master Collection. GPS is nice, but real motorcycle travel aficionados like maps and love them when they're done well. And no one does maps better than Butler.

Ride 2 Video Game

Ride 2
Ride 2 Video GameCourtesy of Milestone

Fire up the gaming console and turns some laps with dad on his choice of more than 170 licensed motorcycles. Ride 2 has been out for some time now but is still one the the best and most realistic motorcycle racing simulators. With more than 30 circuits that include realistic reproductions of famous racetracks and street courses such as Nürburgring Nordschleife and the Northwest 200. There are hours upon hours of gameplay packed into this Gran Turismo of motorcycle video games. Get your practice in now as Ride 3 is slated to hit shelves in November 2018. Just in time for holiday shopping for dad.