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Bern Allston Helmet

We all know there's nothing like the feeling of wind in your hair when you're tearing down the road at top speed, but for safety-conscious cyclists, helmets too often get in the way. The Bern Allston Helmet ($80) has 16 vents throughout the helmet and a removable liner system that lets your head actually breathe. In addition to superior ventilation, this helmet weighs a scant 13 ounces, making it considerably lighter than most bike helmets, while still maintaining structural rigidity. It's available in several colors, including black, gray, white, and green, and comes with a bill to keep sun and rain out of your eyes.

  • Bowlus Road Chief

    Seeing the country from the comfort of your own recreational vehicle is about as American a tradition as we can think of. With the Bowlus Road Chief ($100,000) you can do it in style and luxury — and you can tow it with nearly any vehicle, thanks to its light weight of only 2,800 pounds. It has an aerodynamic design, with a welded tube aluminum frame, and an aircraft grade aluminum sheeting exterior. Inside, it has a convertible bed that transforms from a king to a twin, a bathroom with a shower, a dining room with chairs that convert to two additional beds, and a fully-functioning kitchen. Additional amenities include a solar panel, a detachable awning, a charging station for your gadgets, and more.

  • Spot Wazee Bike

    Inspired by Colin Chapman's beautiful Lotus 38 of 1960s Indy 500 fame, the Spot Wazee Bike ($2,200) features a deep green paint job with gold stripe accents. Named for one of Denver's most iconic streets, this bike is perfectly suited to navigating busy urban streets, with a lightweight, streamlined steel frame and an 11-speed internally-geared hub. A carbon drive system keeps it quiet and smooth, without the need for regular lubrication. It's also built with fender and rack mounts, so you have ample opportunity to load it down with all the gear you need.