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James Perse Cruiser

Warmer weather is on its way — time to bust out the grills, drop-tops, short sleeves, and bikes. The James Perse Cruiser ($2,500) is a fine example of the latter, mixing classic mid-century design with modern looks and materials, including a hydroform steel frame, hand-aged leather seat and grips, extra wide 2" rims and 2.125" tires, and a one-speed coaster brake hub that's perfect for cruising. Choose from matte black, dark orange, khaki green, or antique white.

  • Surly Pugsley Bike

    Designed to go where even most "all-terrain" bikes fear to tread, the Surly Pugsley Bike ($1,550) features large-volume, low-pressure tires for getting over and through tough terrain like sand, mud, wet rocks, and roots, a Surly CroMoly steel frame, dual water bottle mounts, Shimano shifters, a WTB SST saddle, Avid BB7 brakes, Velo Kraton grips, and your choice of pedals — as in, it doesn't come with any. Bonus: It's named after a member of the Addams family, or so we think.

  • Audi Auto Union Type C E-Tron Study

    It might be labeled as a toy, but we sure wouldn't mind kicking around town in the Audi Auto Union Type C E-Tron Study ($TBA). Inspired by Audi's classic racers and based on a limited-edition pedal car model, the rear wheel-drive Type C is powered by a small electric motor and a lithium-ion battery that propels one human — up to 5' 11" — at speeds of up to 18 mph, and as far as 15 miles. Sure, it's not a speedster by any means, but it's a much sportier way to get around the island than that golf cart you've been driving.