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Airstream Land Yacht

It's not quite yacht-sized, but at 28 feet, it's as close as you're going to come on the road. The Airstream Land Yacht ($145,000) was built instead with yacht-like luxury in mind, from the queen-sized bed with built-in night stands to the fully-enclosed bathroom. The nautical influence can be felt with high-luster teak and white wood inlay boat-deck flooring, and other features include sleeping space for up to five, a rear social space with wrap-around windows, a powered bed lift for easier storage access, three power awnings, LED lighting, Corian countertops, and Ultraleather upholstery. And just like a yacht, you might find discovering an appropriate place to park it quite the challenge.

  • BikeSpike

    Bike locks are all well and good, but if you really want to keep your bike protected, you need to outfit it with a BikeSpike ($150 and up). This small accessory attaches to your bike via a custom water bottle holder, and packs a GPS chipset, cellular antenna, and accelerometer into its small black body. Thanks to all that tech, you can monitor your ride's location using a phone or computer, digitally "lock" your bike and get a push notification if it's moved/tampered with, automatically alert contacts in the event of a collision, and monitor stats like distance, speed, and favorite courses. Just think of it as a combination Find My iPhone/Nike+ for your bike.

  • Connor Wood Bikes

    Forget carbon fiber — if you really want to standout from the crowd, ride a bike made of wood. Connor Wood Bikes ($3,500-$4,500) are exactly that, sporting frames made from steam bent, hand-sculpted, and Kevlar reinforced ash and walnut with protective marine spar varnish finishes. Made in Denver, they're available in two models — the Scorcher and Cruiser — feature leather seats and 29r wheels with fat tires, and can be specced with extras like a small, medium, or large frame, single or two-speed gearhubs, and switchback or gull wing handlebars. Probably not the best for jumping fires, though.