Forget supercars, we've seen the future and the new hotness will be personal jets. You could be boring and get a G150, or you can be the coolest kid on the block with an Eclipse 400 ($1.35 million). Aside from looking ten kinds of bad ass, this single-engine four seater can travel roughly 1,400 miles (on a single tank) at a max speed of about 380mph. Now you just need to learn to fly.
Designed for navigating the urban jungle, the Trek District ($930; November 2008) is a great way to get from your flat to your office. Sporting a super-quiet belt drive that requires no lubrication and doesn't wear out, an Alpha Black Aluminum frame, alloy cartridge bearing hubs and alloy rims, Race Lite tires and a Race seat from Bontrager, and Trek's Urban handlebars, the District is up to your daily commute — no matter what district you're in. [Thanks, Eric]
Boasting the lightest full suspension frame in the world, the Scott Spark LTD Mountain Bike ($10,500) isn't your average set of wheels. At just 20.6 pounds, the Spark LTD packs the company's Centerpoint technology, offering three unique travel modes — lockout, traction mode, and all-travel mode — which can be switched on-the-fly via a TRACLOC handlebar-mounted switch. Lightweight and durable, it's ready to take on any trail you choose to ride. [Thanks, Andrew]