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Cycloc

Although one member of the Uncrate team can’t really ride a bike — he graduated to four-wheelers too fast at his parent’s rural farmhouse — we still like to cover accessories for those who get their travel and exercise done at the same time. The Cycloc ($90) keeps your ‘cycle secured to the wall with a simple, stylish circular locking mechanism — plus it can free up floor space, all while looking way better than garage shelving. [via]

  • JetBoil Personal Cooking System

    The great outdoors is a wonderful place to reconnect with nature — but it’s not the best place to cook soups or rice. If you often find yourself fishing, camping, or just wandering through the wilderness, you might want to consider picking up a JetBoil Personal Cooking System ($80). Winner of Time Magazine’s Most Amazing Invention Award in 2004, the system integrates the burner and cookware to minimize the risk of fire, and the insulated cup makes sure your grub stays warm longer. Now if they could just come up with a little portable microwave… [Thanks, Mark!]

  • Garmin GPSMAP 60CS

    When you love to hike, bike, or just explore the great outdoors in general, having a sense of direction like a drunken pirate who lost his compass is less than ideal. Luckily for us, we have a little thing called GPS, and the best handheld GPS device we’ve seen yet is the GPSMAP 60CS from Garmin ($400). It features a 256-color transreflective TFT, 20 hours of battery life, 56MB of internal memory, an electronic compass, and a barometric altimeter. It’s also waterproof, and is sure to help you locate that chest of buried treasure.