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Burley Travoy Bike Cargo Trailer

Love leading an eco-friendly lifestyle by biking to-and-fro, but miss the convenience of being able to haul larger quantities of goods? Pick yourself up a Burley Travoy Bike Cargo Trailer ($260). Fully collapsible and lightweight thanks to its aluminum frame, the Travoy attaches to your bike's seat post, and tows behind your bike on two large, sturdy wheels at a 45-degree angle. Once you reach your destination, it fits neatly inside the included tote bag, or you can detach it and use it as a shopping cart — although you can expect to draw more than a few odd looks if you try that anywhere but the grocery store.

  • Silver Tears Campers

    Based on the classic, handmade American teardrop campers from the middle of last century, Silver Tears Campers (From $17,000) bring this vintage design into the 21st century. Features include '32 Ford fenders, '39 Ford teardrop LED tail lights, a mahogany plywood and solid ash body, recessed interior lighting, hard maple countertops, leak-proof hinges, stainless steel ice box and ledge, a seven-gallon fresh water tank with an on-demand water pump, and options like a stainless propane stove, port-a-potty, and hot water shower system. Consider it the rustic alternative to that ultra-modern Airstream you've had your eye on.

  • Gant City Bike

    Remember that new Gant Rugger Store we told you about? (If you don't, you really might want to get yourself checked out.) Well, to celebrate, the company has created the Gant City Bike ($1,000). This limited-to-25 edition, single-speed cruiser bike features retro styling with hand stitched leather handlebars, a Brooks leather saddle with attached tool bag, hand-welded lugs, a sculptural LED headlamp, a unique enamel head badge, and large, off-white tires for a smooth ride. Available exclusively at Gant's Fifth Avenue Flagship store, the aforementioned Rugger Store, and via phone orders.