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Mongoose Boot'R

Mongoose Boot'R

If you're going to go racing down the side of a hill on a bicycle, you'd better make sure it's up to the task. The Mongoose Boot'R ($3,000) certainly qualifies, with features like a new FreeDrive downhill frame offering 210mm of rear wheel travel and a 150mm Maxle dropout, Kenda Excavator downhill tires, Avid Code 5 front and rear brakes, a custom Mongoose SDG Bel Air I-Beam saddle, Funn melt forged pedals, and Mongoose Lock on grips.

  • Polaris Rush

    Tear up the powder this winter aboard a Polaris Rush ($TBA). Packing Polaris' well-received 600 Liberty engine, the Rush boasts a stronger, stiffer chassis that allows for more precise control and less ski lifting, a progressive-rate rear suspension to prevent bottoming out on big bumps (or jumps), and true rider-active control, letting the you move your body weight forward to help with cornering or slide back on the seat for more grip when accelerating. It might have a more steep learning curve than your average snowmobile, but once you get the hang of it, it'll be well worth it.

  • Worksman Bike

    With classic looks and solid construction, the Worksman Bike ($700) is a no-nonsense ride you can depend upon for years to come. Once used to deliver Good Humor bars and handcrafted in New York since the late 1800s, this cruiser-style bicycle features a fully-lugged steel frame, front fork, and coaster brake, heavy-duty rims, upright handle bards, a rear cargo rack, padded hand grips and a comfy, ergonomic seat. For maximum versatility, grab the saddle bag ($65), bike horn ($20), and bullet headlight ($50) as well.