Tools, Accessories & Gear

Moto tools and accessories to spend your Christmas cash on.

motorcycle accessories
Christmas cash burning a hole in your pocket?©Motorcyclist

1 // STRIDER 12 BIKE
Light up that little one's face this holiday with a Strider pushbike, now available in Honda, Husqvarna, KTM, Harley-Davidson, Yamaha, and Suzuki livery for $140. Ideal for kids aged 18 months to five years, the Strider 12 (the 12 refers to the wheel size) allows kids to propel themselves with their feet, Flintstones style, and gain early experience on two wheels.
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2 // CORTECH SUPER 2.0 LOW PROFILE TANK BAG
The latest addition to the 2.0 luggage lineup offers 5 liters of low-profile cargo capacity. Need to carry more? Capacity expands to 10 liters with the pull of a zipper. Available with a magnetic base ($100) or with a strap-mount setup ($80), the Low Profile bag is perfect for sport and sport-touring riders.
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3 // RIZOMA ACCESSORIES
An anodized piece of machined-aluminum bike jewelry from Rizoma makes a great stocking stuffer. These swingarm spools ($41) permit the use of a rear paddock stand and incorporate plastic discs to protect your swingarm from scratches. The oil-filler cap ($51) has an integrated removable safety wire tab for added security.
rizoma.com

4 // BIKEMASTER LED TURN SIGNALS
Give the gift of a quick and satisfying project with these compact LED turn signals from BikeMaster. They're available in black, chrome, or carbon-look for $34 and feature clear lenses with an array of super-bright amber LEDs.
bikemaster.com

5 // MOTION PRO TOOLS
Motion Pro has loads of appealing and affordable stocking stuffers. The updated Bead Buddy II ($15) is like having a third hand when changing tires; a tube of Grip Glue ($9) is ideal for bonding not just grips but any number of items around the shop; and the Mini Bleeder ($27) makes replacing brake fluid a breeze.
motionpro.com