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Paul Frank Pirate Skurvy Cruiser

Paul Frank Pirate Skurvy Cruiser

If you happen to live near a beach, you'll want to check out this Paul Frank Pirate Skurvy Cruiser by Nirve ($320). It features a "Galaxie" frame, blacked out hardware with Paul Frank Skurvy character, vintage grips, a double-spring saddle, and alloy rims with stainless steel spokes. Its black front basket is a great place to carry a beach-side picnic, or a six-pack for beach-side drinking. We suppose you don't really need to live near a beach to use the bike, but doesn't "beach cruiser" sound so much better?

  • Segway x2

    Segway's x2 Personal Transporter ($5,500; Sept.) is a new all-terrain version of the ultra-geeky, two-wheeled machine. The x2 features cross-terrain tires, a wider track and higher ground clearance, and protective fenders with built-in lift handles. The transporter also offers Segways's new LeanSteer technology for turning and a new wireless InfoKey controller that turns on the x2 and acts as the speedometer, odometer, trip computer, battery gauge, and security system. The Segway x2 has a top speed of 12.5 mph and can travel up to 12 miles on a single charge of its lithium-ion batteries. The x2 will also come in three other specialized models — the x2 Golf, x2 Police, and x2 Adventure.

  • Two Person 60 MPH Hovercraft

    If you just can't get enough of Bond-esque toys, then you should be all over this one. The Two Person 60 MPH Hovercraft from Hammacher Schlemmer ($14,000) features a 60-horsepower, two-cylinder gasoline engine and a 12-Volt battery to keep things running, along with an electric starter, 16" windshield, six gallon fuel tank, and two aluminum skid rails on the bottom hull. While it requires registration as a boat, the 'craft can go long distances on ice, water, sand, mud, snow, and short grass, and shorter distances on asphalt or concrete. We really can't even begin to imagine how fun this thing would be.