We’re working backwards on the 12th Day of Christmas carol with gifts from the 102nd Harley-Davidson Genuine Motor Parts & Accessories catalogue.
We started the 12 days of Christmas yesterday with 12 shirts from the sportswear range. Check it out here.
There is so much to choose from the 10,000-plus items in the 900-page Harley “bible”, but today we’re going with 11 items from the collectibles summer range.
All of these items would be welcome around the outdoor barbecue by the pool on a hot and humid summer’s day, just like we’re having here in Queensland this holiday season.
First there’s the ceramic beverage dispenser with nostalgic Harley graphic. It costs $91.80 and holds 5.6 litres of your favourite sangria, punch or cocktail.
You’ve got to have a decent pint tankard for your punch, so we’ve chosen the Checkerboard Stripe Acrylic Tankard at $13.11.
Y’all want some nibbles with that? Then pour some corn chips or guacamole into a Harley Checkerboard Stripe Melamine Bowl at $10.49.
The cook deserves some Harley gear too, with a cotton canvas grilling apron with built-in bottle opener on a pull cord and a waterproof pocket to hold a bottle. It costs $72.12.
The cook’s medium-rare steaks will look great on a Harley Checkerboard Stripe Melamine Plate at $10.49.
You can serve it all up on the dishwasher safe Harley Checkerboard Stripe Melamine Serving Tray for $39.34.
Keep your beer cold with a 1950s style metal cooler with Custom Bar & Shield logo bottle opener on the side. It measures 37cm by 32cm by 24cm and costs $196.70.
If bourbon is more your thing, measure out a 88mill shot with a Harley Metal Shot Glass at $13.11.
You can pour it straight out of your 240mill Harley stainless steel hip flash at $32.78.
Cool your drink down with Bar and Shield logo ice cubes from the silicone ice cube tray costing $.
The ladies may prefer wine in a special Harley Wine Glass with Nostalgic Graphic at $18.35.
And the 11th item is am $85.23 metal Harley wall clock so your guests know when it’s time to leave.
Stick around as we count down to the final single item on Christmas Eve.
It’s a big surprise package that any rider would love to find parked under his Christmas tree!