December 03, 2021

Ten Days of Gift Guides: Moto By and For the Women

Ten Days of Gift Guides: Moto By and For the Women

 Here at EarPeace, we have women who have been involved with motorcycles from everything from dirt bikes to road racing. 99.99% of the time, anything geared towards "women" riders, gets a little bit of an eye roll, because we're just out here riding. But in the spirit of the season, here's a gift guide for what the woman motorcyclist in your life could really use! 

Women's Moto Gift Guide

Slime Tire Repair Kit

Slime 9 Piece Tire Plug Kit - RevZilla

Tire plug kits are a must have for any roadtripper or ADV rider. This Slime kit is easy to use and small enough to pack under a seat! 

Glove Liners

REV'IT! Helium Undergloves - RevZilla

We’re always thrilled to get a good pair of wool socks as a gift, but if you’d rather mix it up a little, try a nice pair of glove liners instead! These Helium Undergloves are a thin yet effective way to warm up on colder rides. Undergloves are designed to fit (you guessed it) under your loved one’s favorite pair of riding gloves to serve as extra insulation. 

Earpeace Moto Pro Ear Plugs


Ear plugs are an essential component of any riding gear collection. Upgrade your favorite motorcyclist‘s kit with these ultra nice noise filtering earplugs. 

Hightail Hair Protector


Anyone who rides with long hair knows the helmet hair struggle! These Hightail hair protectors are a fantastic solution; keeping your hair untangled and safe from wind, without flattening or denting your ‘do. The moto mermaid you’re shopping for will thank you.

Cozy Base Layers 

Women's Heavyweight Fleece Baselayer Mock Top – 32 Degrees

Does the lady rider in your life run cold? [pause for resounding “yes!”] We’ve tried several brands of thermal base layers, including moto specific products, and 32 Degrees makes our favorites. These thermal shirts and leggings are a great value and keep you super warm under your riding gear. 

Velomacchi Speedway Backpack

Backpack | Luggage | 28L Speedway Backpack | Velomacchi

This backpack is awesome. The designers clearly put a lot of thought into perfecting this moto backpack with tons of genius details. Velomacchi’s signature magnet closure system makes this pack super easy to secure and remove, even with gloves on. The straps redistribute weight off your shoulders and stay out of the way even in aggressive riding positions, making it shockingly comfortable to wear on longer rides. And it’s waterproof! Get it before it sells out again!

Atlas Throttle Lock 

Cruise Control for Triumph Motorcycles - ATLAS Throttle Lock

Throttle locks are an excellent solution for wrist fatigue on long stretches of highway riding. The Atlas comes in multiple fitment configurations and mounts on the throttle sleeve, making the lock very safe, secure, and easy to engage. 

Garmin Satellite Locator 

Garmin inReach SE®+ | Hiking GPS | Satellite Communicator

If you ever find yourself concerned about the welfare of a biker who loves to wander, you might want to invest in a GPS Satellite Comm system. The Garmin inReach SE is a GPS tracker with messaging capabilities that enables riders to share their location with friends and family or call for help without reliance on cell signal. 

Helite Turtle 2 Airbag Vest

Helite Black Airbag Vest Turtle 2 Technology (

An airbag vest is about as close as you can get to wrapping your biker babe in bubble wrap. The Helite Turtle 2 is the more affordable and universal airbag option on the market, and it’s ideal for any style of riding.

Fat Stack of Cash

So you’re at the end of the gift guide and you’re still at a loss for what to get her? Maybe you know nothing about motorcycles or your gift recipient is a pain in the ass to shop for? We’ll let you in on a little secret… Bike life is expensive. We don’t know a single motorcyclist who wouldn’t be stoked to receive a simple fat stack of cash this holiday season. To make it more personal, stick it in an envelope labeled “motorcycle fund” and you’re golden, baby. 

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