Visit Cart Search
Visit Cart

Hanebrink All-Terrain Bike

While many of its specs make it a perfect fit for urban life, make no mistake: the Hanebrink All-Terrain Bike ($5,500 and up) is meant for the wilderness. A hybrid traditional/electric mountain bike, the Hanebrink features a carbon fiber seatpost and handle bars, Shimano cranks, chains, and deraileur, hydraulic disc brakes, Hanebrink hubs and wheels with 20x8 inch tubeless tires, and a run time of up to one hour with a single Lithium-Ion battery — or over five hours with added batteries on the rear rack — either of which powers a 600 Watt electric motor and gets you up to 20 mph; for faster travelling, or if you run out of juice, just pedal. [via]

  • Seabreacher

    We've seen quite a few personal submarine options lately, but none quite as crazy as the Seabreacher ($65,000 and up). Available in a 155hp, dolphin-inspired J model, or the more badass, shark-bodied 266hp X model, these submersible watercraft can reach up to 50 mph on the surface and up to 25 mph submerged, and are capable of high-speed dives that send the craft launching out of the water. Other features include a snorkel-mounted video camera, an iPod-compatible stereo system, and the ability to scare the bejeezus out of innocent boaters. [Thanks, Kelvin]

  • Can-Am Commander

    Hit the trails with a comrade or just give high-speed tours of your spawling estate in the Can-Am Commander ($11,700 and up). These two-seater ATVs sport either a Rotax 800 or Rotax 1000 V-Twin EFI engine, both with class-leading fuel economy, a dual-level cargo box, a rollover protection system, anti-dive front-end geometry, and 10-gallon fuel tanks, all housed in stylish yellow/black or red/black bodies.