Paramotoring — or powered paragliding — is one of the simplest ways to get yourself into the air. Just ask Bear Grylls. He often uses one to explore remote landscapes, and now you can too, with the Parajet Bear Grylls Paramotor. This package deal includes a lightweight BG-branded paramotor with a powerful Polini engine and 12.5L quick-release fuel tank, a bespoke harness, wing, and helmet, a bag for the chassis that includes a first aid kit and pouch for your water bottle, a survival knife, a travel luggage system for easy transport, and, most importantly, 10 days of training at a BG-accredited Parajet flight academy — so when it's time to make your getaway, you won't end up stuck in the trees.
Sure, you could take your mountain bike or beach cruiser out for a long trip — but if you want to ride for miles in maximum comfort, you need a road bike. Preferably one like the Hoy Sa Calobra Road Bike. Built around a thin-walled, triple-butted aluminum frame, the bike features a one-piece carbon fiber fork, Shimano Ultegra brakes, 11-speed gearing, Mavic Aksium wheels, and an FSA Gossamer Compact chainset that ensures the power from your pedalling makes it to the road.
Is it a monohull? A katamaran? A trimaran? Actually, the Kormaran is a bit of all three — and the perfect tender for a luxury yacht. Crafted from carbon fiber, this unique watercraft can function as any of the previously listed boats, as well as a luxury sunbathing platform, and can transform even while on the move. And lest you think luxury Transformer-like capabilities were the only concern, the boat also features completely new hydrofoils that reduce water resistance by up to 80%, allowing for higher speeds while putting less a hit on the environment.