Finding dirt bike gifts can be a real challenge when you don’t know much about the sport.
My dirt bike gift buying guide solves this problem as it covers a wide range of age groups and prices.
As a long time dirt biker, I put my thinking cap on to come up with the type of gift I would have liked.
Let’s kick off this guide with those kids lucky enough to start their dirt bike journey at a young age.
What eight year old wouldn’t like this little pack of joy?
An ideal starter kit for a child just beginning their dirt bike journey.
Available in a range of colors and sizes.
Even better this kit represents excellent value for money when combining all products.
Take out the hassle of managing gas and other service issues by going electric for your child’s first bike.
The manufacturer says kids aged 14+ but I feel this bike would be too small.
You can use my dirt bike sizing chart to ensure this bike will be the right size for your child.
Quite frankly this gift would suit a range of age groups.
I’m pretty sure most kids would love it but I can see dad with a smile on his face placing it in the workshop or pool room.
Fully customizable with your loved one’s name.
Made and printed in the gool o’l USA
This gift won’t make you ride faster but it will certainly help keep your gear organized.
As you may know, dirt bike riding involves lots of equipment and accessories, this bag solves the problem of keeping all it together by having lots of pockets and storage options to pack away all your stuff in one place.
There is enough room for a helmet, boots and goggles as well as smaller bits and pieces such as gloves and spares etc.
Gaming is massive these days so why not combine your loved one’s dirt biking hobby with an awesome video game.
Any teen or young adult will love this game that focuses on motocross riding.
Customization allows gamers to play around with the bike set up ensuring a realistic experience and hours of fun.
If you are looking for a practical and helpful gift then a hydration pack is a great option.
This hydration pack not only helps to keep thirst at bay, it also has room for extra spares etc. which can be invaluable from a space point of view.
I like to take a few snacks and important tools in mine and you really don’t notice the pack on your back when riding.
Not everyone has the benefit of starting out dirt bike riding early in life.
But that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on all the information you need to enjoy riding.
The Total Dirt Rider manual is a great hard copy resource for a beginner starting out to get an idea of what is required when riding dirt bikes.
All bases are covered and you will always have information on hand particularly when doing maintenance.
Whether your a 5-year-old or a 55-year-old, my dirt bike guide has the right gift. If you want more options you could also try my must-have accessories guide that also offers more alternatives to assist in finding the perfect gift.
All the best!