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Public V7 Bike

If you've been looking for a simple, clean and crisp two-wheel ride, this is it. The Public V7 Bike ($600) is a lightweight, all-purpose bike, featuring a durable steel frame (guaranteed for life), upright handlebars, a seat that's designed for normal clothing, a Shimano 7-speed rear derailleur and Revo twist shifter, 35MM tires, available front baskets and rear racks, and reinforced resin pedals designed to handle pretty much any type of footwear. A great everyday bike for when you want to upgrade to an awesome ride, but don't want to spend your next year's rent.

  • Adastra Yacht

    Built to haul Hong Kong businessman Anto Marden and his lucky guests to and from his Indonesian islands, the Adastra Yacht ($15 million) combines luxury accommodations with the speed, fuel economy, and seafaring capabilities of a stripped down cruiser. Features of the nearly all-custom boat include a superstructure crafted from carbon fiber with a Nomex honeycomb core, a glass and kevlar foam sandwich hull, incredible on-deck lounging areas, a full-width master bedroom with full bath, two guest cabins, a massive Caterpillar C18 main engine cranking out 1150 hp, a top speed of 22.5 knots, and a range of 4,000 miles. [Scouted by Adam]

  • Pal-V One

    Is it a car? A helicopter? A plane? Actually, the Pal-V One ($TBA) combines elements of all three. This three-wheeled gyroplane drives like a sports car on the ground — with an 8-second 0-60 time and 112 mph top speed to prove it — but in just minutes, the single rotor, propeller, and rear wings extend, enabling the vehicle to take off and land in very tight spaces, while travelling up to 4,000 feet under the power of the flight-tested gasoline engine, and flying up to 300 miles away. Hitting the friendly skies near you in 2014.