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DeLorean Bikes

You might not be able to buy a new DeLorean car anymore — at least, not until they start selling the Electric DeLorean — but that doesn't mean you can't buy a set of wheels bearing the iconic name. DeLorean Bikes ($5,500) are officially sanctioned by the DMC, and feature an Italian-made Columbus XCR tube frame — in stainless steel, of course — as well as a belt drive transmission, an 11-speed internally-geared hub, front and rear hydraulic disc brakes, a luminescent coating on the wheels, an Italian-made gel saddle, and a full carbon fork. The Anyday model is available now, with Speed and Cruise models to follow.

  • Flying Hovercraft

    Yes, it's completely crazy, and yes, it really is real. The Flying Hovercraft ($190,000) is exactly what it says: a hovercraft with integrated wings that allow it to fly. Thanks to its turbocharged, 130hp engine, 60-inch wood/carbon composite thrust propeller, fiberglass/PVC hull, horizontal elevator, and 1,100 rpm lift fan, it can clear obstacles up to 20 feet in height, letting you hop over obstacles that would leave a typical hovercraft high and dry. Or wet. Something like that.

  • Torch Bicycle Helmet

    Safety is always concern when biking after dark, but you can give yourself an upper hand by putting on the Torch Bicycle Helmet ($120 and up). This sleek biking helmet features a polycarbonate shell, polystyrene body, and integrated LEDs that project onto front and rear lenses that help to disperse the light, making you more visible to others, with the added benefit of helping you to actually see where you're going. Available in white, black, or red.