Soar through the air and navigate the seas aboard the Antilles Seaplanes G-21 Super Goose ($TBA). A remake of the legendary Grumman Goose that ferried the likes of Hemingway and MacArthur in a long-ago era, the new Super Goose was built using the original Goose's FAA type certificates, engineer's drawings and blueprints, melding classic construction with modern technologies. Whether you're island-hopping or making your way to your favorite isolated fishing hole, the Super Goose will get you there like nothing else.
Help out a great cause and get yourself a one-of-a-kind ride by picking up one of the Trek Lance Armstrong Bikes of Stages ($TBA). These unique bikes were created by artists like Shepard Fairey, Marc Newson, and Damien Hirst, and will be auctioned off on October 2nd in NYC, with proceeds from the sales going directly to The Lance Armstrong Foundation to help fund cancer outreach, awareness, research, and advocacy.
You can't buy the GT Golden Bike — you earn it. During the Golden Race Series, which consists of 7 cross country mountain bike races, the fastest amateur will be crowned the Golden Bike Winner for that race, and will receive an all-expense-paid trip for two to the next race in the Golden Bike Series, a commemorative GT Golden Bike, a $250 Sugoi gift certificate and a swag bag of cycling gear. Of course, you have to keep winning in order to retain the Golden Bike. As for the bike itself, winners can choose between GT's Zaskar hardtail or the Marathon, both of which feature a golden monocoque carbon fiber frame and top-of-the-line XTR components. So get out there, and get pedaling.
Part bicycle, part motorcycle, all badass. The Sachs MadAss 125 ($2,700) is a German engineered beast of a two-wheeler, packing a 125cc engine, a hydraulic fork front suspension, a unique frame that sends shock from the rear wheel to the front for a smoother ride, an in-frame fuel tank, twin H.I.D. headlights, 16-inch alloy rims, dual disc brakes, and a dry weight of just 220 lbs.
Carry groceries, goodies, or drunken buddies on the Madsen Bucket Cargo Bike ($1300). This 8-speed hauler features SRAM X5 trigger shifters, Promax disc brakes, a hi-ten steel frame, a 40-gallon rigid plastic cargo container, and a removable bench seat and two seatbelts. Ditch the car, keep the trunk. [Thanks, Gaige]