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15 Great Gifts Under $50 for the Driver

A car is out of budget. But a toy car?


These are the little extras, small goodies that can make a big impact. Gifts under $50 can sometimes lack in quality, so you must vet products carefully. Lucky for you, our experts gathered the best affordable gifts around, all at extremely reasonable prices.


Word The Rider Journal

Designed to emulate the work-log books that came with Nortons and BSA bikes of a bygone era, the Rider Journal lets you continue keeping maintenance notes and adventure asides in one stylish pocket-sized book. $12


Lego McLaren P1

You may not be able to afford the real thing, but Lego makes it easier to imagine. $15


Candlab Doc Ryder

Toys that are so well designed, they’d look at home on a bookshelf as pure decoration. $25


Wicked Good Hand and Feet Warmers

Pop a couple of these into your gloves and boots, and the bone-chilling wind of winter will be somewhat more bearable on rides. $30


Anker 24W Dual USB Car Charger

The Anker 24W Dual USB Car Charger is an easy way to update any aging car that lacks a USB port. $24


Limited Run Godspeed Co. Shop Rags

A garage can never have too many shop rags — but these limited-edition rags are like fine china. $12


‘Aussie Grit: My Formula One Journey’

Mark Webber went head-to-head with world champions in F1 and won Le Mans. He’s also famously opinonated and upfront, so this should be an entertaining read. $13


CamelBak Forge 16-Ounce Vacuum-Insulated Travel Mug

Vacuum-insulated thermoses are pretty much the best thing to happen to coffee since cubed ice. $19


Club Monaco Wool Donegal Socks

It’s been a long year, and there are longer rides ahead. Handmade, Italian Donegal wool socks will keep your giftee’s feet warm and comfortable. $30


Deus Ex Machina Nuts & Bolts Long Sleeve Shirt

’60s styling abounds in a comfortable long-sleeve tee. $54


Autodromo Shift Knob Keychain

Because a simple silver ring is no way to keep the keys to the daily driver or the company car. $65


Iron & Air Annual Print Subscription

A one-year subscription to Iron & Air gets you four issues of this heavy-stock paper magazine filled with some of the best photos and writing about the motosphere. $50


3M Headlight Lens Restoration System

3M’s restoration kit will take a pair of headlights from dirt-caked to showroom-quality in five minutes flat. $15


Period Correct Motorsport T-shirt

Timeless style means buying once — but most importantly, it means looking good, always. $35


Joes Racing Tire Pressure Gauge

Affordable, useful — and often overlooked. $22

17 Perfect Gifts for the Driver

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