Coffee or tea, beer or wine. Whichever is your preference, it goes better when the cup or glass is adorned with your favorite motorcycle brand or honors your riding passion. That’s the mission of the products featured here: One is perfect for a morning pick-me-up and the others are just right for afternoon or evening socializing or winding down. All are “food safe,” meaning they’re actually for drinking, not just for display, and can be cleaned in a dishwasher. So all of this begs an important question: Do you see the world as a glass that is half full or half empty? We’d bet that since you ride motorcycles, it’s the former—if not totally full! Read on for three interesting biker-beverage holders.
The graphics on this 11-ounce ceramic cup are made to last for years, thanks to a premium hard coat that’s said to be both microwave- and dishwasher-safe. Naturally, the cup is likewise food safe and nontoxic, making it suitable for daily use with hot or cold beverages and not just for display. The maker states that the screen printing is done in America, allowing strict quality control while also keeping as much of the product production as possible stateside.
They say bigger is better and such is the case with this large 21-ounce mug. It not only holds a healthy dose of day-starting fuel, but it also displays your pride of the Bar and Shield brand, Harley-Davidson. Fitted with a silicone-ringed lid this mug is spill proof, so if you travel a latte (sorry), then you know every drop of coffee will still be there for consumption. It is microwave safe in case a reheat is needed—although this does keep hot drinks hot and cold drinks cold. It is dishwasher safe as well (top rack recommended).
We didn’t even know stemless wine glasses were a thing! But they are and, moreover, they’re available in the generous 15-ounce size shown here, feistily appointed with a “Biker Babe” script and stylized cruiser profile. Both the words and cruiser image are laser-etched onto restaurant-quality glassware, which means this wine glass will last and last. And while it may not have quite the “cachet” of a traditional stemmed wine glass, you can bet this one will resist tipping over!