Conquering the open road can sure make a biker hungry! Check out my top 5 favorite biker foods.
Biker Popcorn Tin– Harley Davidson and Knight’s Gourmet Popcorn both had their start in Milwaukee so it makes sense that Knights packages some of their corny snacks in an all-American biker tin for a yummy biker food snack. Biker dudes and chicks can choose from traditional white popcorn, kettle corn, caramel corn or double cheddar.
Harley logos and pictures of motorcycles seem to be on everything these days- from t-shirts to bottle openers to stickers and more. One place you probably haven’t seen a motorcycle is on a hand-painted, cake-like lemon flavored cookie. If you can’t bring yourself to munch this work of art, you can leave it out to dry and use it as a decoration.
Biker Bar Snacks– Bikers are tough guys and gals so skip the cocktail peanuts and pass the pickled sausage. Pickled sausage lovers claim that after trying the rest, these Bay View sausages are the best. The sausages are firm (not mushy like other brands), and have just the right amount of flavor and spice.
Biker Gift Basket– How do you make a gift basket a biker will love? Ditch the basket and stuff a tin with a Harley logo full of yummy Wisconsin treats and Harley gifts, and top it with a black bow. This basket includes a Harley drink koozie, Harley playing cards, and a variety of biker foods and snacks like cheese, crackers, Sprecher root beer and more. The Harley gift basket makes a unique gift for birthdays, anniversaries or just for fun.
Nueske Sausage– So I’ve mentioned biker food gifts, biker popcorn, biker cookies and biker bar snacks, but I’ve saved the most important biker food for last- snacks for the road! This combination of smoked beef sticks, summer sausage and landjager by Nueske meats make great highway snacks. The meats are full of energizing proteins and since they are fully cooked, don’t require refrigeration until after opening.