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Wingz Rack

Wingz Rack

Add versatile, stylish cargo capacity to your bike with a Wingz Rack ($100). Crafted from lightweight aluminum alloy, this sleek rack attaches to your bike's seatpost using a simple two-screw clamp, and uses two thin, adjustable bars to hold your stuff — up to 25 pounds of it. Great for commuters, delivery boys, and anyone else who wants to carry extra gear on their bike without looking like they're carrying around E.T.

  • Faraday Porteur Bike

    Merging the convenience of electric with the looks of a classic, the Faraday Porteur Bike ($3,500) manages to straddle the line between the two with grace. Thanks to lithium batteries that are cleverly hidden inside the frame, it looks like a traditional everyday rider, with only an on/off switch and an e-ink battery readout to belie its true nature — pedal, and it will automatically match your power, and when you're wanting to exert less effort, hit the boost button for a little extra help. Other features include LED headlights and taillights that are built into the frame and controlled by an ambient light sensor, and a large front rack that can hold 30 pound loads — or more than enough to carry your dinner and beers from the grocery store to your home. [Scouted by Dan]

  • John Deere Gator RSX850i

    When you see "John Deere", you probably think of tractors, fields, and farmland. Well, the John Deere Gator RSX850i ($13,000) doesn't exactly fit into that vision. Sporting an undeniably aggressive design, it's designed to tackle the toughest of off-road terrain, with an 839 cc V-twin engine pumping out 62 hp for a top speed of 53 mph, four-wheel independent suspension, 10.3 inches of ground clearance, Fox shocks, auto-style doors, three-point seat belts, alloy wheels with Maxxis tires, and plenty of other trail-friendly options.