Motorcycle Riding Home Wood Cremation Urn with Inlay Art

Current Stock:
Free ground shipping. Made to order in 3-5 business days. Ground shipping time varies by destination; usually 5-7 business days. Contact us for rush shipping.

Engraving required

The Motorcycle Riding Home Wood Cremation Urn is beautifully designed with a 3 dimensional laser cut and engraved inlay art scene, composed of various hardwoods in their natural colors, creating a lifelike sense of depth and detail. Featured on this funeral urn is a man riding his motorcycle towards a cross (or a moon, select option above) with a red barn and farm in the background.  Made with solid oak, mahogany, maple, or walnut (as shown), this hardwood cremation urn is meticulously handcrafted.

Add custom engraved name, dates, or other inscription by selecting options above. We engrave the inscription or epitaph directly into the surface of the wood motorcycle urn, creating a personal and lasting memorial urn for your loved one.


  • Made to order in the USA
  • Real, solid hardwoods
  • Choose Oak, Walnut, Mahogany, or Maple for the urn box
  • Inlay art scene is made from various hardwoods in natural colors
  • Intricate woodcut motorcycle and farm scene
  • Optional engraved inscription is available
  • Dimensions: 10-1/2" L x 7" W x 7-1/4" H
  • Volume: 230 cubic inches
  • Also available in companion urn size

Sizing info

  • The "Motorcycle Riding Home" urn has a capacity of 230 cubic inches
  • To estimate size needed, figure 1 cubic inch per 1 lbs of body weight
  • Example: A 185 lbs individual would require 185 cubic inches capacity urn

Shipping & delivery

  • Made to order in an Oregon woodshop within 3-5 business days
  • Free standard ground shipping included
  • Ground time in transit varies by destination; usually 5-7 business days
  • Expedited production and shipping is available
  • To arrange rush delivery, please contact us with need-by date at 877-900-5309


  • Here is a video of our "Hampton" urn shape, shown below with a different inlay art scene: