We’ve already showed you some of the big Black Friday deals from some of the industry’s larger retailers. Now, here’s a list from the rest of the motorcycle and adventure scene.
Gear for your bike
Graves has a lot of sales on this weekend. As per their note to us: There will be a banners on Gravesport.com with a site wide 20% off special … Currently the special is “Pre” Black Friday and it’s 15% off. No coupon needed automatically at checkout. The direct link to Graves’ ADV/dual sport section is here. There are sales running from November 25 all the way through December 1.
Giant Loop has several decent offers for Black Friday. If your purchase is $99 or more, you get a free Giant Loop T-shirt. Giant Loop also has its SPOT Gen3 devices $50 off, and Garmin inReach Mini for $100 off. Bushwacker handguards are 10 percent off pre-orders, and Giant Loop has free standard USA shipping for orders $39 and over.
Having your motorcycle stolen, or worrying about it being stolen, is bad. Good thing you can buy a Monimoto GPS tracker for some peace of mind, then! Its website claims you only need to replace the batteries once a year, it’s easy to set up, and it’s hard to spot because it doesn’t wire into the bike’s harness. This weekend, Monimoto is offering $30 off its GPS tracker, with the discount applied automatically at checkout.
Camel-ADV is offering 10 percent off all its in-house Camel-ADV products. Note that other products the company sells are not included in this offer, ” due to MAPP agreements with suppliers.”
Nelson-Rigg makes soft motorcycle luggage, including tankbags, enduro-style saddlebags and rolltop dry bags. They also sell rainsuits, motorcycle covers, and plenty of other useful kit. There’s something here for most motorcycle riders, and if you use the code NRBF20 when you order this weekend, you’ll get 20 percent off. Order more than $100 worth of gear from Nelson-Rigg, and you’ll get a compression bag for free. See the site for a complete list of available products.
Sad story: Not every motorcycle comes with cruise control. For those of us stuck in the Stone Age on our DR-Z400s and other similarly reliable bikes, there’s the ATLAS Throttle Lock. This weekend, ATLAS is offering 15 percent off its products. Thursday through Monday, with no code needed. It’s the first time ATLAS has run such a promo; check out its site for more deets.
Looking to work on your suspension? It helps to have proper tools, including the Motool digital suspension tuner. Motool’s products will help you set sag and accomplish other valuable suspension tune-ups. Motool’s running a 20 percent off deal this weekend, site-wide—it’s automatically applied, no discount code necessary. See its adventure bike suspension tools here.
If you want top-quality luggage, but you want to save some money, Jesse’s running a sale that might interest you. It’s a sale on an entire package of rack mount, panniers, hardware, lid packers, lid bags and shipping for $1,695 US. How do you get this deal? Their instructions: “Must email with SUBJECT: SECRET SALE … and let us know what bike you have and which color you want… Black, Charcoal, Light Grey, Desert Tan.” Sounds cryptic, but if you want Jesse’s quality at a reasonable price, surely you can figure it out.
Clearwater makes fully-adjustable, high-powered auxiliary lights for motorcycles. Aux lights are a highly underrated safety item, and now’s your chance to pick up a set at discount. Clearwater is offering 15 percent off full light kits through November 29, with the coupon code BLACK FRIDAY 2020. That coupon code is applied automatically when you order online at the Clearwater Lights website.
Twisted Throttle has a decent set of sales on through its website, as well as sales on its Denali Electronics subsidiary. Through Monday, November 30, Twisted Throttle is offering 15 percent off all Denali Electronics, DrySpec, R&G, Scottoiler, NoNoise, Mitas Tires, InView and Desert Fox products. Select SQ-Motech products are also 15 percent off, and select TechSpec products are 10 percent off through December 26. No doubt some of those deals will prove more interesting than others, but if you’ve been looking to upgrade to Denali lights, this is a great way to save some money while doing so.
Moto Machines offers parts and accessories for a wide range of bikes, and has 15 percent off everything on its site for Black Friday. If you want Hepco & Becker bits, this is a good way to get them in the US.
REVER Moto combines social media, GPS tracking, trip planning and other functions to bring motorcycling into the 21st century. To get full benefit, you pay a subscription fee for this app; from November 27 through December 11, you can save 50 percent on REVER Pro’s annual membership. Use the code BlackFri20 after visiting https://a.rever.co/subscription, to take advantage. Visit here for a full list of premium features, including the Twisty Roads planner.
It’s the company with a goofy name, but a sensible, practical product. Stay warm and dry through the months of colder riding ahead with a set of Hippo Hands. They’re running a 10 percent discount between now and November 30 on all their products, with discount code BLKFRI20.
Want to use your cellphone for infotainment purposes while riding (music and GPS, not movies!). Quad Lock’s cases will help with that. See the site’s Black Friday deals here, with 30 percent off this weekend.
Motoport builds handmade, high-performance riding gear for law enforcement riders, but it also makes quality kit for civilians. It’s custom-fit, and top quality. This weekend, Motoport is offering a free rain liner with the purchase of any jacket or pants. Take a look through the company’s lineup here.
If you’re looking for specialized tools, SBV Tools has some savings listed on its website for Black Friday 2020. At this point, we see a 1/4-inch drive mini torque ratchet listed, along with digital torque adapters and external deburring tools.
Gear for you
Comfort starts with the basics—that is to say, your undies. Moto-Skiveez has been selling underwear and other clothes for riders for many years, and built their business on comfort. The company’s whole site is 10 percent off this weekend.
Alpinestars is one of the oldest, best-known names in motorcycle gear. ADV gear is only a small part of what Alpinestars does; it’s got lots of great all-round touring gear, roadracing equipment, offroad riding gear, and more. We hear the Tech7 MX boots are supposed to be on sale this weekend, along with the Venture jacket and maybe some helmets. Otherwise, Alpinestars’ Holiday Gift Guide is here.
Leatt has a Black Friday Week sale on, with 50 percent off 2020 moto gear and casual wear (more details here). Leatt is also giving away a free pair of 6.5 Velocity Goggles for every 6.5 and 5.5 Neck Brace it sells.
Lone Rider is offering a site wide 20% off all products, they have two bundles for 25% and 30% off their tents and luggage. (more details here).