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Snow Cycle

Based on a mid-century Austrian design, the Snow Cycle ($1,950) is just the thing to liven up your next trip to the slopes. It features powder-coated galvanized steel frame, a unique front elastomer/spring suspension, an adjustable t-bar steering column, a padded saddle with leaf spring cushioning, adjustable-binding, mini skis for your feet, and the ability to reach a top speed that's probably way faster than you need to be going. [via]

  • Hanebrink All-Terrain Bike

    While many of its specs make it a perfect fit for urban life, make no mistake: the Hanebrink All-Terrain Bike ($5,500 and up) is meant for the wilderness. A hybrid traditional/electric mountain bike, the Hanebrink features a carbon fiber seatpost and handle bars, Shimano cranks, chains, and deraileur, hydraulic disc brakes, Hanebrink hubs and wheels with 20x8 inch tubeless tires, and a run time of up to one hour with a single Lithium-Ion battery — or over five hours with added batteries on the rear rack — either of which powers a 600 Watt electric motor and gets you up to 20 mph; for faster travelling, or if you run out of juice, just pedal. [via]

  • FreeRider SkateCycle

    Bored with traditional skateboarding or just looking for something new? The FreeRider SkateCycle ($150) should fit the bill. This unique machines feature front and rear wheels with openings and platforms in the center onto which your feet go. The wheels are joined together by a cross bar that lets riders move their feet from in to out and back again for propulsion. There aren't a ton of tricks developed for them yet, but there's no reason you can't try.