Coming up with a minimalist design normally requires removing things. The Evo 43 Yacht challenges that notion by offering all the features you want, but keeping them hidden from view. Inside the clean deck hide the cleats, anchor, and fenderhooks, and at the touch of a button, the rear beach area extends out in three directions, giving you more room to relax, entertain, and enjoy the water. Downstairs, there's a V-shaped dining area that transforms into a double bed, and a wood and ceramic bathroom, while a separate entry on the opposite side leads to a double cabin and storage area. Three engine options are available, letting you hit speeds of up to 38 knots while exploring up to 300 nautical miles per tank.
Biltwell is doing the vintage thing right with their '70s-inspired Biltwell Lane Splitter Helmet. Built on their injection-molded ABS outer shell, the DOT-approved full-faced helmet is lined for comfort with hand-stitched interior padding, cheek pads, and a BioFoam cushion on the chin bar. Vents in the chin give it a Vader vibe, while allowing for air to flow through and out the back. Currently available in limited quantities and colors, including Blood Red, Hi-Vis Yellow and Flat Titanium.
Designed to give mobility challenged people the ability to access previously inaccessible areas, the Ripchair Off Road Wheelchair is a robust transport platform. For those with their own motorized chairs, it offers a ramp, letting them back in, lock their chair in place, and reverse the process at their destination. Its construction-grade tracks handle any terrain, powered by a 29 hp, 4-stroke engine. It also has lights in the front and rear, a cup holder, cargo compartments, and an available winch, providing a wealth options not available on your average scooter.