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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.

  • U-Boat Worx C-Explorer 5

    Become your own Steve Zissou with the U-Boat Worx C-Explorer 5 ($1.5 million). Available in both 100- and 200-meter models, the C-Explorer 5 is a five-person compact submersible that lets you explore the sea depths in dry comfort. Features include a smart deflatable ballast tank system, air-conditioning, up to 43.2 kWh of battery capacity, a 360-degree acrylic pressure hull that allows for amazing views, and a below-surface cruising speed of 3 knots. A perfect complimentary toy for your private yacht.

  • Polaris eBikes

    We're not really sure what, if anything, it has to do with snowmobiles and ATVs, but we can tell you that these Polaris eBikes ($3,000) are far better for urban travel than either of the aforementioned options. Thanks to Biosync Pedal Assistance technology, the bikes can read your power output when pedaling normally and match it to give you an efficient, comfortable ride. Features include 8-speed gears, Tektro brakes, Suntour XCT front suspensions, 26" Kenda wheels, 6061 aluminum frames, hand throttles for extra speed, top speeds of up to 20 mph and ranges of 30 miles, and in-frame batteries that recharge in 4-6 hours.