Want to know what to get a Veteran who loves all things motorcycles?
If he or she is crazy about their bike and never misses a motorcycle club meeting, they’re bound to love any one of these gifts.
Whether you need a free (yes, free!) gift idea or have a budget of up to $30, we’ve got you covered.
Motorcycle License Plate Frames
These metal license plate frames are the perfect nod to their time in the service.
These eye-catching frames have options for every branch, campaign, and even a few units, which allows for a very personal touch.
They’re a standard fit, so they’ll be the perfect size for almost any bike!
Find them here.
The stickers on the back of a motorcycle can tell you a lot about who’s riding it.
Help them show their service pride, patriotism, or even their sense of humor when you choose from this large collection of bumper stickers.
These head wraps have many purposes.
When it’s cold outside, they provide extra warmth.
When it’s hot out, they wick away moisture and provide protection from the sun.
Find Do-Rags for every branch & camo options here.
Flags look and sound amazing flying from the back of a motorcycle.
They can also be hung up in the garage where the bike is parked to proudly display their Veteran status.
Find flags for every branch, unit, and Military pride here.
T-Shirts are a cool and simple way to show their Veteran pride while cruising down the highway.
Find shirts with cool quotes, graphics, all branches and units, and more here.
Help Them Find a Club/Reunion
Got a lower budget but still want to do something nice for your Veteran loved one? Consider doing a little bit of the work for them and locating some motorcycle clubs/Veteran reunions in your area.
Doing this is completely free, only takes a few minutes, and will help them expand their network of people with similar interests.
Click here to find local motorcycle clubs.
Click here to search for Military reunions.
If your Veteran Grandpa, Dad, Uncle, or Husband has a good sense of humor, consider purchasing him a parking sign.
These can be hung up in garages where they park their bikes. It also looks great displayed in a man cave!
Find a parking sign for every branch here.
Check out more Veteran gift guides:
12 Meaningful Military Retirement Gifts for Any Veteran