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Hoverbike

Nope, it's not a bicycle version of the Hoverboard. Instead, the Hoverbike ($TBA) is a motorcycle-like ultralight aircraft that's powered by a flat twin 4-stroke. You ride the thing like a motorcycle, including handlebar-based speed and direction control, and thanks to its custom carbon fiber propellers, frame, driveshafts, and seat, you should be able to make it almost 100 miles between fuel-ups. Oh, and did we mention it can reach altitudes of 10,000 feet plus? Yeah, that too. Expect to see one in the friendly skies near you just as soon as they can ensure that the thing won't accidentally crash and kill you.

  • Specialized Camber Pro Bike

    If the spring rains are to be believed, this summer should provide plenty of prime riding days. Get the most out of the great weather aboard the Specialized Camber Pro Bike ($2,900). Deliberately straight-forward, the Camber pro offers an alloy frame with front and rear Fox suspensions, a sealed cartridge bearing pivots for superior handling and a smooth ride, hydraulic disc brakes, a 10-speed crankset, and a specialized (no pun intended) "The Captain" tires.

  • Segway X2 Golf

    Somewhere between walking the course and taking a golf cart lies the Segway X2 Golf ($8,000). This golf-specific Segway allows for even faster rounds than a cart, while offering many of the same features, including a bag carrier, integrated scorecard holder with ball and tee holders, and specially-treated, turf-friendly tires. With a range of 14 miles or 36 holes, it's only a matter of time before it replaces your trusty lob wedge as your favorite piece of golfing equipment. [Thanks, Wade]