There's nothing quite like a flat tire to ruin a good bike ride — it's a complete pain to fix, usually expensive, and typically results in a quick end to your trip — at least until the Patchnride. This simple, portable device lets you easily and permanently fix a popped tire on the road, letting you get right back to riding. All you need to do is insert the device into the hole, pull back on the switch, and pump your tire up (all without ever removing your wheel from your bike). So forget about costly fixes and ruined days, and just ride.
The original Quadski was awesome, as it successfully combined a four-wheeler and a jetski, creating a sort of ultimate solo beach/lake/camping mobile, but it had one glaring problem: namely, it only supported a single rider. Enter the Quadski XL. Boasting a larger body and a 1300cc BMW engine, the XL is ready to let up to two people hit the trails and the water at speeds of up to 45 mph on either surface, making it that much more useful as a
discreet aquatic/woodland hookup couple-friendly vehicle.
Live out your fantasies of sea-faring exploration and pillaging with this Personal Viking Ship. Sold by The Viking Ship Museum and hand-built to order by skilled craftsmen using authentic tools in the ancient Nordic capital of Roskilde, these ships are as close as you can come to inheriting an ancient vessel that belonged to a distant ancestor. Oh, and should the personal size not be up to your standards, don't worry — there's a full range of models, including the intimidating, nearly 10-meter-long Gokstad battle cruiser.