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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.

  • 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.

  • Garia Mansory Currus Golf Cart

    We've seen plenty of golf carts before — but this might be the first that can actually get you not just around the course, but to and from it, as well. Street-legal in Europe, the Garia Mansory Currus Golf Cart ($80,000) takes the already impressive Roadster and takes it into sports car territory thanks to extensive customization. Features include an adjustable setting for maximum motor braking and battery regeneration, a speed switch with three different driving modes — Golf, Street, and Race — a range of 37 miles, a top speed of 37 mph, and exclusive accessories like carbon fiber inserts, custom seats, a matte black paint job, and black wheels. You'd best hurry if you're planning to park it in your garage — only seven are being built.