If you've got a few extra bills burning a hole in the pockets of your flight suit, err cargo shorts, and you don't feel like waiting in line for a G6, it might be time to consider pre-ordering a Saker S-1 Personal Jet ($7,000,000). Sure, it's a bit on the pricey side, but you can't put a cost on the time you'll save traveling across the country at Mach .99. (With a 5,000 hour TBO on the engines and an operating cost of $2 per nautical mile, it's actually pretty cheap to run.) And, even though it looks like a jet fighter, you don't need any special training to fly it — good news for your G6 pilot.
A longboard can be a great way to maneuver the city — lightweight, agile, nimble — but anything more than a stair or two presents a difficult challenge to overcome, except for the Stair-Rover ($360). This longboard has eight wheels, instead of just four, that move independently, allowing it to "scuttle" down a set of stairs relatively smoothly. It's great on uneven terrain like potholes and cobblestones, and rides just like a regular board on smooth pavement. Get yours with a maple or fiberglass deck, black or white chassis, or order the chassis separately to add to your favorite deck.
Whether you're planning on cruising the beach on two wheels this summer, or you want to get a head start preparing for your winter commute, the Defiant Big Easy Electric Bike ($4,500) was made for you. With 4.7-inch fat tires, this bike is ready to handle any terrain — snow, mud, sand, even steep backcountry trails. But, peddling through snow and sand can be tough, especially on wide rubber, so this bike comes with an assistive 500-watt motor to help you tackle anything at speeds of up to 20 mph. Recharge the battery and travel for more than 20 miles on a single charge.