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John Deere Gator RSX850i

When you see "John Deere", you probably think of tractors, fields, and farmland. Well, the John Deere Gator RSX850i ($13,000) doesn't exactly fit into that vision. Sporting an undeniably aggressive design, it's designed to tackle the toughest of off-road terrain, with an 839 cc V-twin engine pumping out 62 hp for a top speed of 53 mph, four-wheel independent suspension, 10.3 inches of ground clearance, Fox shocks, auto-style doors, three-point seat belts, alloy wheels with Maxxis tires, and plenty of other trail-friendly options.

  • DeLorean Bikes

    You might not be able to buy a new DeLorean car anymore — at least, not until they start selling the Electric DeLorean — but that doesn't mean you can't buy a set of wheels bearing the iconic name. DeLorean Bikes ($5,500) are officially sanctioned by the DMC, and feature an Italian-made Columbus XCR tube frame — in stainless steel, of course — as well as a belt drive transmission, an 11-speed internally-geared hub, front and rear hydraulic disc brakes, a luminescent coating on the wheels, an Italian-made gel saddle, and a full carbon fork. The Anyday model is available now, with Speed and Cruise models to follow.

  • Audi E-Bike Wörthersee

    Haven't been pleased with the performance or looks of previous electric bikes? Then start hoping the Audi E-Bike Wörthersee ($TBA) makes it into production. This prototype sport/trick cycle is powered by an electric motor that makes speeds of up to 50mph possible — assuming you don't mind some pedaling — or 31 mph in pure electric mode, and features a carbon fiber- reinforced polymer frame and wheels, an on-board computer that links to your smartphone to enable a whole host of advanced features, and LED light strips borrowed from the impossibly sexy e-Tron R8.