Built prior to the ten-year voluntary ban and the subsequent end of production, this 1984 Honda ATC 70 Three Wheeler is a relic of an earlier time in off-roading. The model's advertisement stated that the ATC 70 was "not a toy", a claim made necessary by the use of a 72cc, four-stroke engine — relatively calm compared to the 192 cc ATC200X — and the automatic clutch that, when paired with the adjustable throttle, made it ideal for beginners. Still, this example is incredibly well-preserved, and is as collectible as it is ridable.
Electric skateboards are a great new technology, but most have a bulky battery sitting underneath that takes away from the look and riding experience. The Inboard M1 Electric Skateboard hides its electric motor in the rear wheels, making it look and behave much more like a regular board, but with electric power. The remote is a cinch to use, it comes with headlights and taillights for night riding, and even includes a carrying case for protection when you get to your destination. The M1 charges in about 90 minutes and will give riders a seven to ten mile range before it needs to be charged again.