Looking for the lightest bike frame you can find? You'll be hard-pressed to find one lighter than the Delta 7 Arantix Mountain Bike ($TBA). Featuring a patented IsoTruss carbon fiber and Kevlar open lattice tube design — correctly described as "spider web-like" — this off-road beast weighs in at just 2.74 lbs., and can be ordered frame-only, or outfitted with SRAM or Shimano bike components.
Yes, it's a terrible name — but you and up to three of your buddies will find it far from terrible when you're out on the trail. The Kawasaki Teryx4 750 4×4 EPS LE ($16,000 and up) offers room for four, a 749cc V-twin engine for plenty of power, Electric Power Steering for added stability, all-new bodywork with a car-worthy paint job, sport-focused suspension, 12-inch cast aluminum wheels, Maxxis Bighorn 26-inch tires, a continuously variable transmission, electronic three-mode 4WD, and loads of conveniences like a roomy cargo area, full instrumentation, and ample cup holders.
Tear up the icy landscape in the retro-styled Arctic Cat ProCross F 1100 50th Anniversary Snowmobile ($13,000). Powered by a turbo 4-stroke, 1056cc twin-cylinder engine that puts out an intense 177 horsepower, this beast features electric start, RMC brake system, deluxe digital/analog gauge (with speed, tach, odometer, trip meters, engine hour meter, clock, fuel level indicator, and altimeter), Arctic Race Suspension with Fox Float 2 shocks and sway bar, electronic push-button reverse, and vintage Arctic Cat 50th anniversary graphics. Also available in a special Uncrate colorway.